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Crucial National Assembly session opens in Ha Noi

Update: October, 21/2013 - 08:57
The session shall have 22 days of live broadcasting on channel VTV1 of Viet Nam Television and VOV1 of the Voice of Viet Nam Radio on important issues relating to the revised 1992 Constitution, the revised land law, the country's socio-economic development plans, health insurance and the implementation of the NA's question and answer resolutions.— VNA/VNS Photo

HA NOI (VNS) — The draft of the revised 1992 Constitution and seven important bills are expected to be reviewed and adopted at the 13th National Assembly's sixth session that begins today in Ha Noi.

The seven bills include laws on land; petition processing; plants protection and quarantine; emulation and reward; bidding; fire fighting and prevention; thrift practice and waste combat.

During the 40-day session, deputies will also review and give opinions to 12 other bills and a number of the country's socio-economic reports, including the reports on the implementation of socio-economic development plan in 2013 and the plan for 2014; solutions for achieving socio-economic targets by 2015; a report on the implementation of the project on comprehensive economic restructuring.

They will debate the report on the prevention and combat against corruption in 2013 and that on the NA's supreme oversight of the implementation of policies and law on health insurance for the 2009-12 period.

Deputies will spend around 3 days for questions and answer sessions with cabinet members on the country's important political and socio-economic issues.

The NA will relieve Nguyen Thien Nhan who has been assigned as the Viet Nam Fatherland Front Chairman of his current duty of Deputy Prime Minister. Prime Minister Nguyen Tan Dung will propose candidates for the two new deputy prime minister posts, according to Head of the NA Office Nguyen Hanh Phuc.

Phuc added that Dung has nominated foreign minister Pham Binh Minh and Head of the Government's Office Vu Duc Dam for the positions.

The session shall have 22 days of live broadcasting on channel VTV1 of Viet Nam Television and VOV1 of the Voice of Viet Nam Radio on important issues relating to the revised 1992 Constitution, the revised land law, the country's socio-economic development plans, health insurance and the implementation of the NA's question and answer resolutions. — VNS

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