At the meeting, held ahead of the National Assembly’s 6th plenary session, local voters expressed their support for the Party and State’s anti-corruption drive. They also urged the government to take action to promote sustainable economic development and control public debt in a strict manner in order to not create pressure on the economy. Concerning food safety, voters called for stronger measures, such as revoking business licenses, shutting down businesses that commit violations and imposing administrative fines. At the meeting, Deputy PM Truong Hoa Binh asserted the Party and State’s determination to fight corruption with many major cases being brought to light, adding that the competent agencies will step up their efforts to ensure a clean and efficient apparatus. The Deputy PM stated that public debt is strictly contained under the safe limit, noting that the government is taking various measures to reduce public debt, while still ensuring resources for stable and sustainable economic development. Deputy PM Truong Hoa Binh and the other National Assembly members representing Long An also took note of the voters’ proposals and will transfer them to the relevant agencies.