Mr. Vuong Toan Thuyen, rector of the University of Hai Phong, suggested that investment for education means investment in facilities and advanced equipment for teaching and study. Voter, student Trinh Lam Ngoc from the University of Hai Phong, on behalf of students of the university, said that they hoped the State would continue to expand policies on supporting student and pupil loans for study and vocational training, creating high quality human resources to meet development demand. Many voters in the city said that NA deputies should have stronger voices in administrative reform, prevention of corruption and waste, the development of rural economy and healthcare. They also hoped NA deputies would spend more time meeting voters and studying their aspirations. Candidates affirmed that they would actively contribute to tackling difficulties and obstacles, to accelerate projects that have strategic significance to socio-economic development of the city as well as the region and the country. Prime Minister Nguyen Tan Dung promised to exert greatest possible efforts to promote educational and training development as well as the development of human resources for national industrialization, modernization and international integration. He said that he would further improve social welfare and increase the prevention of corruption and waste.