Government renews commitments to administrative reform

(VOVWORLD) - Lawmakers on Tuesday grilled cabinet members about pressing issues like socio-economic development, anti-corruption, quality of construction projects, environmental pollution, and administrative reform.
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Minister and Chairman of the Government Office Mai Tien Dung pledged to create more significant breakthroughs in administrative reform.

“The Government has carefully prepared a plan to overhaul administrative procedures extensively. It will be implemented as scheduled and expanded to other areas such as business registration, labor and social insurance,” Mr. Dung said.

The National Assembly’s 3-day Q&A session, which is broadcast live on radio and TV, will run until Thursday.     

Voter Truong Dinh Hang of Ba Ria city said deputies are satisfied with new features of the Q&A session.

"The  session offered deputies and cabinet members unlimited time to respond to each question thoroughly. This will enable the deputies to get satisfying answers especially to those questions related to land, natural resources and the environment, as well as mistrial cases," Hang added.

Voter Nguyen Manh Toan of Yen Bai city told VOV: "The Q&A session allows cabinet members to participate in a joint session which means a particular issue could be addressed by more than one minister. We’re satisfied when the deputies got straight forward and practical answers to questions related to anti-corruption, housing law, healthcare, car tax, and environmental pollution."