Hanoi's streets decorated for national election
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|The capital completed the listing of voters on April 14. It is expected that Hanoi will have more than 5.8 million voters participating in the national elections slated for May 23. (Photo: Nhan Dan)|
|The third consultative conference has been held across the city, approving a list of 36 candidates eligible to run for slots at the next-term NA, along with 160 others who are qualified to run for deputy positions in the city’s 16th People’s Councils. (Photo: Nhan Dan)|
|The elections is an important political event of the country, taking place after the success of the 13th National Party Congress, aiming to build, consolidate and perfect the socialist rule of law State of the people, by the people, and for the people. (Photo: Nhan Dan)|
|Every Hanoi street has been decorated brightly with panels, posters, flags, banners, and slogans on the theme of the elections. (Photo: Nhan Dan)|
|The communications have been carried out in the correct way by local functional units in three phases, for which the peak will last from May 1 to 23. (Photo: Nhan Dan)|
|A large panel cluster located at the center of Ba Dinh district. (Photo: Nhan Dan)|
|A voting venue located at No. 48 Hang Ngang Street brightly decorated ahead of national election day. (Photo: Nhan Dan)|
|Members of the election board of Ly Thai To ward in Hoan Kiem district are regularly present at the listing venue to assist voters when requested. (Photo: Nhan Dan)|
|The list of voters is posted publicly. (Photo: Nhan Dan)|
|Communications for the elections are bustling across the capital city. (Photo: Nhan Dan)|
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|In Photos: Hanoi’s streets brilliantly adorned ahead of election day |
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