General election – a special event marks Vietnam's development: Hanoi Party chief
Hanoi’s voters with responsibilities and the pride of people living in the capital city will choose the worthy candidates to represent their community.
A high turnout in this early morning demonstrates their sense of responsibility and role in the election day.
|Secretary of the Hanoi Party Committee Dinh Tien Dung casts his ballots.|
Secretary of the Hanoi Party Committee Dinh Tien Dung expressed his delight after having cast the ballot today [May 23] at the polling station No.17 in Dinh Cong ward, Hoang Mai district.
“I call for everyone to vote as each ballot has a great meaning. We are selecting the representatives for the highest organ of State power, which is the National Assembly, and locality-level legislative bodies, namely the People’s Councils,” said Dung.
Every vote, therefore, would contribute to the construction of a socialist country of the people, by the people, and for the people, Dung continued.
|The Hanoi Party chief at polling station No.17 in Dinh Cong ward, Hoang Mai district.|
“I am strongly believed that Hanoi’s voters with responsibilities and the pride of people living in the capital city would wisely choose the worthy candidates to represent their communities, in turn contributing to the success of the elections in Hanoi,” he noted.
Dung also applauded the active participation of the entire political system in completing the preparation process for the election on time, along with strict measures against the pandemic to ensure public safety at each constituency.
“Hanoi along with other provinces/cities have spared no efforts to host successful general elections with fairness, safety, and democracy,” Dung stressed.
The general election in special occasion
|Chairman of the Hanoi People’s Committee Chu Ngoc Anh receives his ballots to vote at polling station No.5.|
On the same day, Chairman of the Hanoi People’s Committee Chu Ngoc Anh was also present at polling station No.5 in Kim Lien ward, Dong Da district.
Amid the serious pandemic situation, the city’s mayor highlighted the active approach of the local authorities in setting up Covid-19 countermeasures for the election day, including the establishment of backup quarantine zones that could accommodate over 30,000 people.
|The Hanoi's mayor shares his thoughts on the election day.|
Ngoc Anh shared his excitement with voters in the neighborhood as having the opportunity to select candidates that would forward the people’s messages to the authorities.
“The election takes place on a special occasion as the country is celebrating the success of the 13th National Party Congress, 75th anniversary of the first general election, and the implementation of pilot urban administration model in the city since July 1,” Ngoc Anh said.
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