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Old July 25th, 2009, 08:04 AM
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Opinions from experts and citizens:

Pham Si Liem, Viet Nam Federation of Civil Engineering Associations deputy chairman: "The planís proposed start is likely to coincide with the transformation of living along the Red River. However, the number of people on either bank of the river will increase quickly when more bridges are built. The later the project starts, the more difficult site clearance will become. It should be done soon."

Le Thi Thuy Van, Academy of Finance, expert: "The project will cost a large sum of money, so authorities need to take more practical measures. For example, using the Red River for tourism is impractical because during the dry season, the river doesnít have enough water for boats."
Nguyen Minh Trang, a citizen in Tay Ho district: "It is necessary to have suitable policies for the citizens who will be relocated, like us. [Authorities] must avoid a situation where relocation areas lack electricity, water or other facilities like schools or hospitals."

Pham Van Quang, deputy director of the Geology Environment Institute: "[Authorities] should do surveys of geology in the area before creating a detailed plan to avoid landslides along the river banks."
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