Numerous challenges still ahead, says Party Chief

In spite of overcoming the toughest times of the global economic crisis, the country still faces numerous challenges that require the whole nation’s efforts.

Party General Secretary Nong Duc Manh meets with voters in Pho Yen District of northern Province of Thai Nguyen on June 26, 2010.
Party General Secretary Nong Duc Manh meets with voters in Pho Yen District of northern Province of Thai Nguyen on June 26, 2010.

Party General Secretary Nong Duc Manh made the remark at a meeting with voters in the northern province of Thai Nguyen on June 26 after the National Assembly (NA) wrapped up its 7 th session.

Political stability is the most important condition to boost the country’s comprehensive renovation process in an effective and sustainable way, the Party chief told the local voters.

Development and socio-political stability are related matters, he said, affirming that if the country wants to develop, the country needs the socio- political stability.

And in vice-versa, development creates foundations for stability, Manh added.

For their parts, the voters showed their agreement with the NA’s major decisions at the recent session, including the non-approval of the North-South express railway project as well as its request for further study of the Hanoi master plan.

The voters said that they are pleased with the democracy atmosphere and high responsibilities of the NA delegates and affirmed their belief in the NA performance.

In a frank and open atmosphere, they expressed their concerns over the implementation of the criminal code and the law education in schools in the country.

In addition, they asked the state to continue developing transport infrastructure, irrigation network, schools and clinics for ethnic minority groups in mountainous areas./.

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