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December, 25 2013 07:58:00

Implementation key to fulfilling goals of new Constitution

NA Vice Chairwoman Tong Thi Phong.—VNA/VNS Photo

HA NOI (VNS) — Proper implementation of the recently revised 1992 Constitution will be key to realising intended impacts on all aspects of social life, members of the National Assembly (NA) Standing Committee said yesterday.

NA Vice Chairwoman Tong Thi Phong and Deputy President of the Viet Nam Fatherland Front Central Committee, Nguyen Van Pha, said that implementation of the newly adopted constitution should ensure stability in the management of all national affairs.

They said priority should be accorded to reviewing legal documents relating to the State apparatus.

Member of the parliamentary Law Committee, Phan Trung Ly, said that the implementation plan should detail the responsibilities and tasks of the NA Standing Committee, State President, the Government, the People's Supreme Court, the People's Supreme Procuracy, the Fatherland Front and overseas representatives of national organisations in disseminating the constitution's provisions within the country and abroad.

Deputies agreed that one of the activities that the NA Standing Committee should initiate for this purpose is an online conference.

Chairman of the NA's Finance and State Budget Committee, Phung Quoc Hien, said due importance should be given to reviewing economic laws and regulations.

Members of the NA Law Committee said they would carry out research for drafting an ordinance that would provide guidelines and instructions on implementing the revised Constitution, and would submit their findings soon. — VNS

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