Voters across the country have welcomed the strong reform of Question-and-Answer (Q&A) activities at the National Assembly as the NA began the first hearing on October 30 during the 6th session.
Prosecutor General of the Supreme People's Procuracy Le Minh Tri answers deputies' questions on October 30 (Photo: VNA)
Hoang Van Thu, a resident at Tien Thanh commune, Binh Thuan’s Phan Thiet city, said as no specific Cabinet member is selected for the Q&A, all ministers must get prepared to go before the NA.
Thu also noted that the time limitation set for putting questions and reply forces both the questioner and the answerer to get to the point.
Another voter from Binh Thuan, Dao Thi Hanh from Ham Hiep commune in Ham Thuan Bac district said most ministers have answered straight to the point during the morning session on October 30, adding that she hopes they will present more specific solutions to outstanding problems.
Nguyen Dac Long, Office Chief of the People’s Council of Vinh Long province, said the questions raised by NA deputies on October 30 reflected voters’ aspirations and concerns over social problems. Meanwhile, the ministers have made short reply, which showed their capacity.
Tran Hoang Son, a voter in Ward 1, Vinh Long city, said the live broadcasting of the Q&A session allows voters nationwide to listen to Cabinet members’ explanations about issues of their concern, and thus monitoring their actions to carry out their pledges to the NA and voters.
The 14th National Assembly (NA) on October 30 began three days of Q&A activities on the implementation of the NA’s six resolutions on thematic supervision and Q&A sessions from the beginning of the tenure to the fourth meeting of the legislature. The Q&A sessions are live broadcast on national television and radio nationwide.VNA