Voters satisfied with vote of confidence results

(VOVworld) – Voters nationwide have agreed with the results of the vote of confidence conducted at the National Assembly session on Saturday. They said that the results reflected the responsibility of the heads of sectors. Tran Thi Thien of Vinh city said: “The results are accurate. I hope that through such confidence vote, the ministers and other officials will be aware of their capability and responsibility to improve their performance and fulfill the tasks assigned to them by the Party, state, and people.”

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Vu Xuan Dai of Can Tho city said positive changes have been recorded in the finance, banking and transport sectors and the results of the confidence vote have reflected the efforts of the heads of these sectors. He said: “This vote of confidence was even better than the previous one. Those with low confidence votes last time had made encouraging efforts, which have been demonstrated by this year’s vote of confidence. We hope that the ministers will continue to work harder in the years to come.”

Vietnamese voters hope that the vote of confidence will be conducted regularly, which will help to measure the capacity of heads of ministries and sectors and increase their responsibility to the nation and the people. 

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The vote of confidence has caught the world attention. In an article on Saturday, Reuters said that Prime Minister Nguyen Tan Dung sailed through a parliamentary confidence motion, increasing his influence in the Communist Party. The British news agency said that he may have weathered the storm from a series of economic setbacks during his second term in office.

Blommberg said the second vote of confidence was one of Vietnam’s efforts to bring greater accountability to government. AFP provided detailed information about the vote of confidence including who were subject to voting, who cast the ballots, who had the lowest confidence rating and who had the highest confidence rating. The Xinhua news agency and the Straits Times of Singapore also covered this event.