Some people liken Ksor H’bô Khap to a cool raindrop falling on dry highland fields thirsty for a drought day, sowing faith and aspiration for a bountiful harvest. Not wrong either! Because, as she said: “I have received the trust of the people, I must try not to betray that trust!”
Go to google and type the name Ksor H’bô Khap, in just 0.5 seconds there are about 28,900 search results. This clearly proves the universality of information of female National Assembly deputies (14th term) who has caused “hot” in the National Assembly recently with her frank opinions and questions.
After escaping from the “mountain of work” of a lieutenant colonel – Deputy Director of Gia Lai Provincial Police, the girl “like a forest flower” won for PV. Youth face-to-face meeting, tell it all in Half the world. In real life, the gentle and lovely woman is different from the stern, clear voice in the parliament.
Ksor H’bô Khap laughed bitterly because he was too busy to finish the job.
I started the story with female lieutenant colonel Ksor H’bô Khap, Deputy Director of Gia Lai Provincial Police with the question:
Do you remember much about the village in your childhood memories?
Oh, why not you! My childhood in the village is still clear in my mind!
From a young age, my father sent me to the village a lot. I still remember clearly that every 3 summer months, my father sent me back to my grandmother’s hometown in Ca Lui commune, Son Hoa district (Phu Yen). It is a heroic commune in a remote area, mostly settled by poor Jrai people. Life here is also very difficult. Life there was poor but it was fun. I can go out to play with friends, live in the love of the whole community. They are poor but fragrant, eat anything delicious and share with each other. I still remember that early in the morning, children of the same age had gathered at her door. Just like that, follow us barefoot, bare-headed, but run and play until tired, thirsty and dry, looking for a drop of water to drink. When hungry, go home to find something to eat and then run away again.
Then I returned to my grandfather’s hometown in Ia Trok commune, Ayun Pa district (now belonging to H.Ia Pa (Gia Lai). I go out everywhere. My family, too, always respects the local culture. I also accept the ear blowing ceremony and wear the gong when I’m old enough. It’s a beautiful custom of the local people, I hope my children and grandchildren are healthy and diligent. ability to help themselves and the community.
The most impressive thing for me is that even though they are poor and lacking in everything, they are always generous and sharing with each other. That, in my opinion, is the biggest thing about sustainability in village communities.
Is there anything special about the woman in the village that Ksor H’bô Khap feels?
Women with matriarchy have their own unique features in the community and in family activities. The women here don’t ask for equality or anything. People are always proactive in everything, shouldering the family voluntarily. Nowadays, women in general have changed a lot. Women are more interested in many things to bring benefits in terms of health, intellectual…
I don’t talk about gender equality anymore because nowadays women are greatly facilitated. That is the general trend of the world already! But the biggest thing is that many women still “tie” themselves in self-default frameworks, without sharing with the man who lives with her or the men around her at work, in contact with others. daily. I “tied” myself and then I felt tired and inhibited. And finally, I feel like I’m not equal.
In gender equality, according to Ksor H’bô Khap, what should women do?
Of course, there are also places here and there where the view of women is still one-sided, and has a distributive nature. For example, just a small example: There are many places where there are many restrooms for men, but there are too few toilets for women. Those things seem small, but it also shows the fairness and equality in it! As for women, sometimes it’s just that, by default, there are no ideas such as building more toilets for women, for example. Or need separate areas for women because of this problem, women are often more complicated than men. And there are many other issues that need attention. From such small things, having a female unit as the top leader they have not thought of. It is also not a breakthrough to build gender equality, not opening up forbidden areas in their thinking. Therefore, there are many cases where women have unknowingly “forced kicks” to their feet in relationships.
My point is that people need to “fire” each other in order to be more confident. The confidence of a woman is expressed in many ways. That is the ability and bravery deep within them that they themselves have to exploit, discover and express in order for society to acknowledge, respect and appreciate. Women have to be delicate with themselves.
When in the National Assembly, with such frank statements, did you face any pressure?
This question has also been asked me over the years (laughs). Really, I have no pressure to speak in parliament. My biggest pressure is to say whether there is any value, any changes in the law-making activities of the National Assembly and in the implementation of the laws promulgated by the National Assembly. And the biggest benefit is what people get from the issues they have opinions on. Because, National Assembly deputies represent the people’s voice. As for the responsibility of a delegate, I have certain pressure!
So, how are you aware of the story of a member of the National Assembly?
I am honored to be trusted and elected by the people, so I must understand that it is an extension of the people’s arm to the parliament. The issues that people want and need, need delegates like me to move to and propose to the National Assembly. The National Assembly deputies who have been given, listened to and recorded the people’s opinions, must convey them to the parliament. I must do my duty properly. And the benefits that we want must be the interests of the people, of the whole society.
And if you only care about the small benefits of yourself and your unit, that is not long-term and sustainable. Because, he is a candidate in a locality, but he is a member of the National Assembly of the people. People are putting their trust in him, giving him the opportunity to speak with a common voice on pressing social issues.
How did you get used to the “hot seat” – Deputy Director of Gia Lai Provincial Police?
From my old position (Chief of Police of Ayun Pa town), I have received a new assignment for nearly two months. It is not said that getting used to a new job is not because after receiving the task, the Party Committee, the Directorate of the Gia Lai Provincial Police Department assigns the job directly. Now, the assigned task is broader and broader. Just approached a new job position, so I have to update, spend a lot of time studying documents, learning to complete the assigned work well. The legal documents must be studied more to have a solid basis when performing the work, ensuring the correct order of procedures and the law.
On October 20, what do you have to say to your sisters?
Vietnamese women have a resilient, brave, loyal, and courageous nature throughout history. That has been proven. But in the new era, those good values need to be promoted in appropriate ways.
Women need to make efforts and be strong beyond themselves in order to be recognized and respected by family, society, colleagues, and superiors. That is towards the values of gender equality. I wish new-age women need to pay more attention to their health. Health can do many things. Maternal health care is also a way to help society and the country with healthy and intelligent citizens. Besides, must also keep the traditional beauty; must be beautiful both physically and improve self-efficacy. More importantly, the soul of Vietnamese women needs to be preserved and passed on!