Last update 7/29/2011 9:00:00 AM (GMT+7)

Great expectations for the Prime Minister

VietNamNet Bridge – On the sideline of the 1st session of the 13th National Assembly (NA), deputies expressed their high expectations on the newly-re-elected Prime Minister Nguyen Tan Dung.

Prime Minister Nguyen Tan Dung re-elected

Vietnamese Prime Minister Nguyen Tan Dung
Deputy Dang Thi Kim Chi from Phu Yen province: I hope that in this term, the PM and cabinet members would have solutions to stabilize the situation in the East Sea, to firmly defend national sovereignty and to develop the country.

I also expect that the PM will attach importance to develop the economy, combat corruption and defend land and marine sovereignty.

When I voted to choose the government’s leader, I voted for the one who is patriotic, has politic stuff and who can make important decisions to develop the country.

Deputy Ha Si Dong from Quang Tri province: I wish that the PM will carry out more renovations to develop the economy. I also hope that the PM will make significant decisions to solve the East Sea issue, to ensure the country’s sovereignty and to protect our fishermen.

After building an appropriate government apparatus, cabinet members should quickly solve urgent tasks and issues to meet constituents’ requirements, including: paying more attention to policies on social-economic development and policies to develop the community of businesses, performing the price stabilizing policy, particularly solving capital, interest rate-related issues.

Deputy Nguyen Thi Kha from Tra Vinh province: I hope that the PM will take drastic measures to combat corruption because the country cannot develop in sustainable manner with corruption.

For combating corruption, I and constituents expect that the government will practice what it promises.

In addition, another significant virtue of the leader is honest and daring to take responsibility.

Deputy Duong Trung Quoc from Dong Nai province: The people want the government to be closer to them. A Swedish PM could walk or ride a bicycle as a normal citizen. Even some chiefs of state went jogging in Vietnam in the morning during their visits… but it is not popular in Vietnam.

Le Nhung – Hien Anh