Thứ Sáu, 22 tháng 7, 2016

Newly elected NA deputies determined to fulfill responsibilities

317 of the 494 deputies in the 14th National Assembly (NA) are first timers. They are proud of being trusted by the voters and consider it a great responsibility to represent them in the NA.
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The election of deputies to the 14th National Assembly (NA) and the People’s Councils at all levels for the 2016-2021 tenure occurred on May 22. 494 NA deputies were elected. 160 of them were deputies of the 13th NA. 317 joined the parliament for the first time. The rest were NA deputies in previous tenures.

Honor and Pride
It is a great honor for the freshman deputies. Ms. Pham Thi Minh Hien, a NA deputy for south-central Phu Yen province expressed her pride in being elected. She said the election result showed the voters’ expectations for her future contributions to the locality.
Ms Trieu Thi Huyen, representing northern Yen Bai province, is one of youngest deputies of the 14th NA. She felt honored to have won the election with 87% of the votes, but said she understands the heavy responsibility deputies have to represent the voters in the supreme body of State power during the 5-year tenure of the 14th NA.
Mr. Hoang Van Cuong, NA deputy for Hanoi, is keenly aware of his responsibility to fulfill the trust and expectations of the voters.

"Being elected to the NA is my great joy because I won the voters’ trust. Sitting in the Parliament, I am fully aware of my responsibility to fulfill voters’ expectations. Like all the other deputies, I understand that we must fulfill our tasks with the highest determination and dedicate our hearts and minds to making people-oriented decisions. 
Big responsibility in the first NA session
The NA deputies will spend 6 days in the first session reviewing and making decisions on the organization and high-level staffing of the NA, State, and Government under the Constitution and law. 
The deputies will also review the implementation of socio-economic development and the State budget for the first half of 2016, and discuss solutions to realize the socio-economic development plan and the State budget for the rest of the year. 
They will also review and adopt the law-making program for 2017, an amendment to the 2016 law-making program, and the NA oversight program for 2017.
In order to fulfill his role and responsibility to the voters of the Mekong delta, Mr. Tran Van Ron, a deputy for southern Vinh Long province said he had carefully studied the NA’s working agenda and firmly grasped the status of the locality.

"I have fully prepared for the meeting with voters to understand their issues and be responsive to them. I am determined to fulfill my responsibilities in the NA. The Vinh Long team and I are particularly interested in legislation."
Human resources will be a key topic in this NA session. Ms. Pham Minh Hien, a deputy for Phu Yen province said:"I’ll represent the people in electing staff for key State and government bodies. First of all I should believe that they understand the people’s wishes and will make clear-sighted decisions to fulfill people’s aspirations, particularly in socio-economic development."
Mr. Trieu The Hung, a deputy for the Central Highlands province of Lam Dong said: "The 13th NA was very successful. It is a challenge to the 14th NA deputies. We shall continue all of their activities and make them a success."
In her opening speech, NA Chairwoman Nguyen Thi Kim Ngan said the newly-elected deputies will successfully fulfill all the responsibilities entrusted to them by the people.

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