Hanoi streets decorated to welcome election day
Many roads in Hanoi have been decorated with panels, flags, banners, and propaganda slogans for the election day of the 15th National Assembly and all-levels of People’s Councils for the 2021 to 2026 tenure, which will fall on May 23.
A total of 69,198,594 voters are eligible to go to the polls on May 23 to elect deputies to the 15th National Assembly and People’s Councils of all levels for the 2021-26 tenure.
Together with the establishment of election committees at all levels, 184 constituencies have been set up with 84,767 voting stations across the country.
The 15th National Assembly is set to hold its first session on July 20 after 500 deputies are elected from 868 candidates.
Most importantly, the new deputies will elect the NA Chairman, Vice-Chairmen, NA Standing Committee members, NA General Secretary, and heads of NA Committees.
They will also elect the State President, Vice State President, Prime Minister, Chief Judge of the Supreme People’s Court and Head of the Supreme People’s Procuracy.
The panel, flag, banner, and propaganda slogan for the election day of the 15th National Assembly and all-levels of People’s Councils for the 2021 to 2026 tenure in Ha Dong District.
On Phung Hung Road, Ha Dong District.
On Hoang Cau Street, Dong Da District, Hanoi.
Le Hong Phong Road
In front of the Hanoi Opera House.
A voting station on Hue Street, Hai Ba Trung District, Hanoi.
A voting station in Hanoi.
A voting station in Dich Vong Ward, Cau Giay District.
A voting station in Phuc Xa Ward, Hoan Kiem District.
Another voting station in Phuc Xa Ward.
A voting station for voters who are under quarantine.
Fire-fighting exercise performed at a voting station in Phuc Xa Ward.
NA Chairman Vuong Dinh Hue, Chairman of the National Election Council hosted a national teleconference on deploying the election of deputies to the 15th NA and members of all-level People’s Councils for 2021-2026 tenure.
The countdown to Vietnam’s elections has begun. Next Sunday millions of people nationwide will go to the polls to choose their representatives at the National Assembly and all-level People’s Council. Here is a guide to this year’s vote.