|Deputies will decide on a raft of important issues, including the revised 1992 Constitution draft, revised land laws and confidence votes for senior positions at the 13th National Assembly's 5th session, which opened this morning in Ha Noi.—VNA/VNS Photo
HA NOI (VNS)– Deputies will decide on a raft of important issues, including the revised 1992 Constitution draft, revised land laws and confidence votes for senior positions at the 13th National Assembly's 5th session, which opened this morning in Ha Noi.
Speaking at the session's opening ceremony, NA Chairman Nguyen Sinh Hung urged for comprehensive measures and efforts to overcome current challenges and successfully achieve the country's socio-economic development plan for 2013.
Hung said the country had faced many challenges due to unstable marcoeconomics, bank system restructuring, bad debts, stagnant goods and real estate, as well as increasing numbers of bankcrupt enterprises.
"The draft of the revised 1992 Constitution has been seriously researched and perfected for submission to the NA with spirits of honestly receiving, researching and filtering public opinions and fully," said Hung.
On behalf of the NA, Hung also welcomed the suggestions to the draft of the revised 1992 Constitution made by local people and those overseas.
The NA chairman aksed deputies to continuously discuss and perfect the revised land law on legal and reality aspects to ensure its feasibility and ability to handle obstacles and shortcomings in implementing current land regulations.
"Confidence votes for positions elected or approved by the National Assembly or People's Councils have been seen as a an important step in the country's political reform with the aim of clarifying Party guidelines, laws and regulations, while strengthening the voice of the people through implementation of the NA's right to supervise key positions in the Party and Government," said Hung. -- VNS
(To be updated)