Party leader meets voters following National Assembly session

Party General Secretary Nguyen PhuTrong and National Assembly deputies representing Hanoi met voters in ThanhXuan and Ha Dong districts to inform them about outcomes of the just concluded 5th session of the National Assembly.

(VOVWORLD) - Party General Secretary Nguyen PhuTrong and National Assembly deputies representing Hanoi met voters in ThanhXuan and Ha Dong districts to inform them about outcomes of the just concluded 5th session of the National Assembly.

Regarding the Bill on Special Administrative Economic Units reviewed by the National Assembly in this session, Party leader Trong highlighted the significance of Vietnam's view to develop special economic zones since the 1990s as a magnet to foreign investment and piloting of new management mechanism for growth. He said this is a difficult and sensitive task of significant gravity, thus it should be done carefully to promote internal and external strengths while protecting national sovereignty and independence. Party leader Nguyen PhuTrong said: The Party, State and National Assembly are willing to listen to and absorb comments on these issues for best possible solutions before making decision. Current law allows 70 years of land lease, while special zones are suggested to have no more than 99 years of land lease. But it has to go through many procedures and Prime Minister's approval.

The Party leader called for voters' trust in the Party and State leadership and not let their patriotism abused.

Source: VOV5

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Party leader meets voters following National Assembly session

Party General Secretary Nguyen PhuTrong and National Assembly deputies representing Hanoi met voters in ThanhXuan and Ha Dong districts to inform them about outcomes of the just concluded 5th session of the National Assembly.

(VOVWORLD) - Party General Secretary Nguyen PhuTrong and National Assembly deputies representing Hanoi met voters in ThanhXuan and Ha Dong districts to inform them about outcomes of the just concluded 5th session of the National Assembly.

Regarding the Bill on Special Administrative Economic Units reviewed by the National Assembly in this session, Party leader Trong highlighted the significance of Vietnam's view to develop special economic zones since the 1990s as a magnet to foreign investment and piloting of new management mechanism for growth. He said this is a difficult and sensitive task of significant gravity, thus it should be done carefully to promote internal and external strengths while protecting national sovereignty and independence. Party leader Nguyen PhuTrong said: The Party, State and National Assembly are willing to listen to and absorb comments on these issues for best possible solutions before making decision. Current law allows 70 years of land lease, while special zones are suggested to have no more than 99 years of land lease. But it has to go through many procedures and Prime Minister's approval.

The Party leader called for voters' trust in the Party and State leadership and not let their patriotism abused.

Source: VOV5

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