The issuance of the Law on Cyber Security is sound and essential to prevent risks to cyber security, protect national sovereignty and interests, and ensure legitimate rights and interests of organisations and individuals.
|National Assembly Vice Chairwoman Tong Thi Phong (Source: VNA)
National Assembly Vice Chairwoman Tong Thi Phong made the statement during her meeting with voters in Van Ho district in the northern mountainous province of Son La on June 21, given that risks to cyber security safety are increasing, especially in the context of the fourth Industrial Revolution.
She stressed that all issues are considered thoroughly to avoid affecting personal freedom.
At the meeting, voters in Van Ho district asked the legislature, ministries and Son La province to provide specific guidance to carry out policies and mechanisms supporting poor districts, allocate capital for the district to implement several urgent projects to soon complete infrastructure of its administrative centre such as a road from National Road No.6 to the district centre, a district general hospital, and the district’s boarding school for ethnic students.
They also urged authorised offices to suggest the Electricity of Vietnam invest in a road section connecting Tan Xuan commune with Thanh Hoa province’s Muong Lat district so as to facilitate the travel of the two districts and boost their socio-economic development.
Acknowledging voters’ ideas, Phong assigned the Son La deputy delegation to classify petitions to submit to authorised agencies for consideration and settlement.
On this occasion, Phong and provincial leaders granted gifts to 10 policy beneficiaries in Van Ho district.VNA