On the afternoon of 15 July, Nguyen Thanh Binh, Chairman of Tam Thanh Commune People’s Committee, said that according to information received, there is no Chinese people buy land in the locality.
Regarding voters, the voters reflected that the Vietnamese had their land use rights transferred to foreigners, mainly Chinese in Tam Thanh, Tam Ky (Quang Nam), provinces Quang Nam Department of Natural Resources and Environment has coordinated with the City People’s Committee to check and review.
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At the same time, leaders of Quang Nam People’s Committee also suggested the relevant agencies of Tam Ky City to monitor the situation to take measures to correct in time. In addition, the propaganda and advocacy of people in the locality to understand the avoidance of bad people abuse.
Speaking at the meeting, Nguyen Thanh Binh, chairman of Tam Thanh Commune People’s Committee, said that nowadays, according to the information received, there is no news that Chinese people buy land in the locality. The person who buys and sells in accordance with the law to pass notary public Vietnamese, no Chinese.
“People worry so they speak, exchange on the forums to alert. Buyers of land in this area are people in some places like Hoi An, there is one in Hanoi to buy and some local people. All the land is notarized by the Vietnamese people, but illegally buying and selling, without the “red cover”, this story is not grasped “- Mr. Binh information.
According to Binh, localities continue to monitor and verify cases of land purchase and hand in contravention of a law.
It is known that Tam Thanh “famous” with the village of mural painting by many Korean artists before attracting more and more tourists. At the same time, this is where the opening ceremony of Heritage Festival 2017 Quang Nam with the theme “A Journey links heritages”.
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