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NA deputies back vote of confidence resolution

NA deputies back vote of confidence resolution

Monday, November 12, 2012, 10:35 GMT+7

National Assembly deputies voiced their support for a NA resolution on conducting a vote of confidence on officials holding positions elected or approved by the NA or People’s Councils in a live televised debate in Hanoi on November 10.

Many deputies stressed that the vote of confidence must be open and transparent, and not be a vote based on personal feuds or group benefits. Furthermore, it should prevent hostile forces using it as an instrument to sabotage the Party and State, dividing the great national unity.

Members said the resolution will reinforce the socialist law-governed state of Vietnam - of the people, by the people and for the people, and follow the spirit of the Resolution of the Communist Party of Vietnam Central Committee’s 4 th meeting.

It will also strengthen the Constitution regulations and represent the NA’s responsibilities to voters and the people, they said.

Deputies stressed the resolution will help improve efficiency of the supervision of those holding positions elected or approved by the NA or People’s Councils, and ensure the viability of the vote of confidence regulation as stated in the Constitution and other legal documents.

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