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Ghost Party leader puts emphasis on agriculture in hill province

Bài gửi by action_t on 6/5/2009, 12:36 pm

Party leader puts emphasis on agriculture in hill province

Party leader Nong Duc Manh meets with voters in Tan Cuong Commune in the northern province of Thai Nguyen. — VNA/VNS Photo Xuan Tuan
THAI NGUYEN — Party General Secretary Nong Duc Manh asked Thai Nguyen Province authorities to be active in improving the economic structure and in reassessing agricultural projects.
Speaking at a meeting with local voters yesterday before the approaching 12th National Assembly’s fifth session, slated to begin later this month, the Party leader praised the efforts of the local party cells, authorities and ethnic minorities in maintaining economic growth and ensuring social welfare in the first months of the year.
He asked authorities and organisations at all levels to work together on issues relating to agriculture, rural areas and farmers as well as the country’s industrialisation and modernisation.
Developing agriculture and rural areas was a crucial task, of which farmers were an essential part, he said.
He also encouraged locals to produce on a large scale, experiment with applying high technology to agriculture and create products with trademarks.
Emphasising the importance of the country’s natural resources, the Party leader ordered Thai Nguyen authorities and people to protect their forest, develop forest resources and processing technology and ensure forest rangers lead stable lives.
In addition, the province should pay attention to aqua culture, extend agriculture and provide vocational training for farmers, he said.
After listening to the National Assembly delegation’s presentation on the fifth session’s planned content, voters confirmed infrastructure in rural areas including roads, power supply, schools and healthcare centres had received State funds. By all accounts, the lives of most farmers had been remarkably improved.
They also asked central and provincial authorities to invest in roads, canals and ditches between fields as well as generate a policy to support electricity prices. Presently, rural residents have to pay a higher price for power than urban ones.
Voters also requested a policy to grant farmers long-term bank loans at favourable interest rates to develop the agricultural sector.
They also asked for information support on markets for agricultural products.
Voters from Tan Cuong Commune brought up the urgent issue of a water shortage in the area.
Land compensation
At the meeting with nearly 500 voters in HCM City, President Nguyen Minh Triet asked authorities and organisations at all levels to treat regular direct dialogue with the people as an important measure for governing.
The President shared the public’s concern about development projects focusing on the urbanisation of the city, as well as of the rest of the country.
"After the meeting, HCM City’s NA delegation will work with municipal authorities to find a solution to the urgent issues and will give people reasonable answers to pressing problems, especially policies on land compensation, land clearance and resettlement," Triet told voters from District 1 and District 2.
He thanked voters for their support and sacrificing their personal gain for the benefit of the city and the country. He said he hoped the city’s people would continue to co-operate with municipal authorities to find harmonious solutions to the current problems.
The President also confirmed the city NA delegation would fulfil the responsibility of representing the people’s rights and legitimate interests.
Voters of the two districts repeated their concerns relating to compensation, land clearance and resettlement of people affected by projects like the 289 Tran Hung Dao residential building, 74 Ho Hao Hon and Thu Thiem new residential area.
Other voters proposed more supervision over law enforcement, promotion of fighting corruption and administration reform.
"The NA have to ensure laws and policies will be issued in the spirit of renewal and transparency. State management will therefore be improved," said Nguyen Van Hanh, voter of District 2’s Thu Thiem Ward.
The President said he valued the contribution of the voters to the NA’s work. He promised to report the voters’ ideas at the upcoming session.
Urban planning
Urban planning and land use were major concerns of Ha Noi voters. Speaking with NA Chairman Nguyen Phu Trong yesterday, the capital’s voters asked local authorities to improve management of urban planning. They also proposed the NA supervise law enforcement more closely.
According to many voters, residential building management remained irrational in terms of maintenance and parking fees.
According to voter Phan Thanh Luong in Nguyen Trung Truc Ward, burying electrical wires had been delayed and car parking was loosely managed, spoiling the city’s natural beauty and causing disorder.
Voters also mentioned issues relating to forest and environment protection, work for labourers, and traffic accidents.
The NA Chairman said the calendar for the NA delegation’s meeting with voters had been announced publicly so every voter could propose ideas.
Regarding the proposal to shorten NA working time, the chairman said the NA had to balance two requirements: shortening working sessions and ensuring working quality.
There were many laws for the NA to approve so Viet Nam could have a comprehensive legal system by 2020, he said.
Trong also asked voters to contribute ideas to the Law on Urban Planning. — VNS

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