Debate for the people

06/07/2015
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Yesterday, the frank debate about regulation of motorcycle fee at corridor of Parliament between Chairman of HCM City People's Council Nguyen Thi Quyet Tam and Minister of Transport Dinh La Thang was recorded fully.
After that, voters in Ho Chi Minh City could saw the effect of this confontation - "If there are new rules and a certain fee equal to zero, the People’s Council of Ho Chi Minh City will determine the fare level of zero”, Ms Tam ended the debate with Ministers Thang.
Reportedly, Ho Chi Minh City is the last local finally unrealized toll of road maintenance for motorcycles. The reason of this delay can be partially understood through the sharing of Ms Tam before parliamentary center: "People buy motobikes to do their business and they go right on the path of their own money to do. This road is from altogether money contributed by people, why they have to pay the fare?”. And most recently, the Committee of Finance and Budget of the Parliament has also proposed that the Government should review and eliminate some fees and charges, including transportation charges for motorcycle.
It has not yet mentioned whether we should toll for motorcycle or not, this bizarre debate alone just before the lens of the press also says something positive in our parliamentary activities. Only about both of them including a member of Parliament and a minister are willing to confront with enthusiasm, openness and transparent so it is sure to benefit the people as well as the country. In fact, the question in the program which was broadcasted live on parliamentary is reckoned minute by minute, MPs have no time to ask all their questions while ministers also have to respond quickly and do not always satisfy the questioner, especially voters.
So if every MP and minister is always ready to have the questions to the dual “moonlighting” at the corridor of Parliament to come to an end of the problem, we can believe that many pressing issues will have solution and will be resolved ultimately.

Debates, queries of the MPs and Ministers to clarify the matter, it is the most responsible way of doing things for the people, for the country.
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Deck Hero14 13/7/15 22:09

Looking back at the last period, since the country embarked on the process of Doi Moi (Reform) in 1986, Viet Nam has achieved spectacular results in socio-economic development.

Gentle Moon 13/7/15 22:11

Viet Nam has made lots of progress in the transition from a centrally planned economy to a market economy with socialism orientation.

LawrenceSamuels 13/7/15 22:13


Viet Nam’s Reform process was accompanied by a period of liberalization and international integration, through which the market economy was developed following international regulations and standards to further enhance the country’s participation to the global production networks, open up to foreign investment and technology to serve its modernization process.

Jane smartnic 13/7/15 22:14

. Thanks to the open door policy, Viet Nam normalized relations with the World Bank, International Monetary Fund, Asia Development Bank. IMF and WB supported Viet Nam through different programs for socio-economic development.

yobro yobro 13/7/15 22:16


All such important institutional changes, international integration, accompanied by the fairly sufficient allocation of initial endowments as social programs and policies,

yobro yobro 13/7/15 22:16


All such important institutional changes, international integration, accompanied by the fairly sufficient allocation of initial endowments as social programs and policies,

yobro yobro 13/7/15 22:17


All such important institutional changes, international integration, accompanied by the fairly sufficient allocation of initial endowments as social programs and policies,

Only Solidar 13/7/15 22:18

The international integration process of Viet Nam brings about some shortcomings to the national socio-economic development as well as the inclusive growth of Viet Nam in general.

Love Peace 13/7/15 22:21

obstacles need to be removed also as the development of institutions that are necessary to promote the development of labor market and livelihood for unskilled and vulnerable workers are vital.

John Smith 13/7/15 22:22

Institutional and policy constraints that these businesses face, especially those related to access to bank credit need to be addressed.

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