Discussing the issue, the parliamentarians agreed that the latter is a big challenge because a family can be easily impoverished if one of its members suffers from a fatal disease. However, they emphasized that there are also many opportunities to help poor households get out of that situation.
The important thing is the will to rise up and be self-sufficient to get out of poverty and face all the situations that may arise, said deputy Do Chi Nghia, as quoted on the Legislative website.
The parliamentarian from Phu Yen province insisted that community support, state programs, and policies are only meaningful if the main actors have the conscience to stand up.
In the opinion of the deputies, the implementation of the legislative resolutions of the National Objectives Program for the construction of new rural areas, the sustainable reduction of poverty, and the socioeconomic development of ethnic minorities and mountainous areas will have a significant impact on society.
The appearance of rural areas is changing, especially the social and technical infrastructure as well as the economic, which meets the needs of rural development and modernization and enables the lives of people who grow, and the average income per capita increases every year, they said.
According to statistics from the Ministry of Labor, War Invalids, and Social Affairs of Vietnam, the multidimensional poverty rate is 7.52 percent, a figure that corresponds to one million 972 thousand 767 households. 4.03 percent are poor households, and 3.49 percent are families below the poverty line.
The sixth regular session of the National Assembly began on October 23 and will last until November 28, divided into two periods.
On this occasion, nine bills will be put up for consideration by the deputies, when the results of the implementation of the socioeconomic development plan and the state budget for 2023 will also be analyzed, as well as the budget project for the coming year, among other things.
In the working sessions, which in their first part will last until November 10, the legislators will debate land bills, real estate business, housing, water resources, and telecommunications bills.
Also those who aim to protect the national defense works, the forces that participate in guaranteeing the security and order of the bases, citizens, and institutional recognition.