At a May 17 meeting between the city's delegation of National Assembly (N.A.) deputies and permanent members of the municipal People’s Council, People’s Committee and Vietnam Fatherland Front (VFF) Committee, Pham Ngoc Quynh from the VFF Committee said voters shared the view that the anti-corruption combat has been conducted under the drastic instructions, reflecting the strong determination of the Party and the State, with no tolerance to wrongdoing officials.

At a meeting between Hanoi's delegation of N.A. deputies and voters

Local residents and voters are delight at the socio-economic situation of the country and the city in particular, which is on track of recovery, the official said, adding they pay special heed to the appraisal of the Hanoi master plan for 2021-2030, with a vision towards 2050 which has great importance in the long-term development of the capital city.

Quynh noted the voters' concern about the delayed projects in Hanoi and the country as a whole, badly affecting the lives of local residents, along with illegal construction on agricultural land. According to him, the relocation of residents for projects in some areas also poses problems, causing discontentment among the public. He said resettlement work of some projects, notably the Belt Road No.4, has faced roadblocks in tracing land origin and land pricing, triggering public concern. 

Other issues of public concern include pending projects, the Land Law, which will begin to take effect on July 1, ahead of the schedule set for January 1, 2025, along with soaring apartment prices, he continued.

The city VFF Committee’s Standing Board proposed the Government, ministries and agencies soon issue decrees and circulars guiding the implementation of the amended Land Law, and review and roll out social housing policies.

The board also suggested the Government supervise business activities in some fields that would greatly affect production and finance security like gold trading, and the N.A. closely monitor major public projects, including Belt Road No. 4, to avert wastefulness and other negative phenomena during the implementation.

The meeting took place ahead of the seventh session of the 15th legislature, scheduled to begin on May 20 and conclude on June 27.

Source: VNA