Deputy PM meets voters in Long An

Monday, 2018-05-07 11:33:12
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Deputy PM meets voters in Long An
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NDO – Deputy Prime Minister Truong Hoa Binh and other National Assembly (NA) deputies in the Mekong Delta province of Long An met with local voters in Tan Thanh commune, Thu Thua district on May 6.

At the meeting, many voters commented that the price of sugarcane in 2018 was too low, leading to farmers losing their capital. In the context that sugarcane is no longer of economic value, many voters suggested that the state should develop a suitable crop conversion direction to help farmers develop their farm economy.

Meanwhile, some voters recommend that Long An province invests in rebuilding rural bridges to meet the demands of travelling and exchanging agricultural products. Other issues, such as clean water, the environment, anti-corruption and other pressing were also of interest to voters.

At the meeting, Deputy PM Truong Hoa Binh noted and appreciated the practical opinions and recommendations of the voters.

He also asked the Long An provincial People's Committee to review, examine, consider and resolve the recommendations of voters under provincial authority, departments and localities, and notify voters.