NA Vice Chairwoman meets with voters in Son La
NA Vice Chairwoman meets with voters Muong Lum commune, Yen Chau district, Son La province (Photo:

At the meeting with voters, the local government representative proposed the National Assembly, ministries, branches and Son La province consider upgrading the road from Chieng Hac commune, on National Highway 6 to the center of Muong Luong commune with the length of 15km. This route was upgraded from 2011 but it now is degraded. At the same time, voters also suggested to invest in the mobile phone; supporting 3 Hmong-inhabited hamlets in economic development, including On Oc, Dao and Pa Khom hamlets.

Standing Vice Chairwoman of the National Assembly Tong Thi Phong informed Muong Luom's voters on important and fundamental issues that the NA has just discussed and decided in the last 10th session; At the same time, she recognized that over the past time, the Party committee, authorities and people of Muong Lum commune have made great efforts in maintaining the stability of the political system, reducing poverty, and gradually changing people's lives.

On the occasion, NA Vice Chairwoman and the NA delegation presented gifts to policy beneficiaries in Muong Luc commune; donated VND50 million to the study encouragement fund of Muong Luong Commune and VND100 million to the study encouragement fund of Yen Chau district; and provided warm clothing for 436 pupils of primary and secondary schools in the commune.

On the same day, Ms. Tong Thi Phong shared in celebrating the great national solidarity festival with residents in Muong Lum Commune, Yen Chau District, in the northern mountainous province of Son La.

The NA Chairwoman congratulated the district on its achievements over the past years, attributing the successes to the leadership of all-level administrations and the active role of Vietnam Fatherland Front units in bringing solidarity and unanimity into play in the entire Party and people.

The NA leader asked local administrations at all levels to work out solutions to continue promoting socio-economic development and the people’s living standards./.


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