Voters look forward to election day

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(VOVWORLD) - On May 23, more than 69 million Vietnamese voters will cast ballots to elect deputies to the 15th National Assembly and People’s Councils at all levels for the 2021-26 tenure.

Streets all across the country are decorated with banners, slogans, and colorful flags to celebrate national election day. Everywhere, citizens are informed of the election through loudspeakers.

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Loudspeakers are used to inform voters about the election 

Mo De commune in Mu Cang Chai district, Yen Bai province, has more than 3,000 eligible voters. Communications about the election through loudspeakers has proven very effective. Sung A So, a local cultural officer, said, "I turn on the loudspeaker twice a day, in the morning and afternoon. Portable loudspeakers travel to the villages at least once every three days, when locals are at home, so they can learn about the election."

These messages help locals understand the meaning and importance of the election, as well as their rights and obligations, so they will choose the best deputies. Voter Sung A Lu of Na Hang village said, "We met with the candidates, listened to their action plans, and are looking forward to voting for the best people to represent the voices and aspirations of the voters."

Voters look forward to election day - ảnh 2Voters in Mu Cang Chai meet with the candidates

22,000 voters in Ea Tam ward in Buon Ma Thuot city, Dak Lak province, will cast their ballots at 14 polling stations. 35% are first-time voters. Second-year university student H' Sinh Bkrong of Dak Lak province, said, "This is my first time voting. I’m very excited to exercise my right to vote. I have read information about the candidates and will vote for talented people who will help drive local socio-economic development."

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A polling station on Co To island, Quang Ninh province

Tran islet near Co To island in Quang Ninh province is covered with national flags, banners, and posters depicting soldiers and civilians going to vote. Streets have been cleaned and beautifully decorated for the election.

Nguyen Thi Canh, Party Secretary of Tran hamlet, said, "Candidates’ plans of action address the wishes of Tran islanders. I hope those elected will fulfill their promises to the voters, pay close attention to social security, health care, and education, and encourage local islanders to boost production, stay on the island, and work with the soldiers to defend national islands and seas."