|Chairman of the National Assembly Office Nguyen Hanh Phuc speaks at the 13th National Assembly (NA) Standing Committee spent yesterday. — VNA/VNS Photo Pham Kien
HA NOI (VNS) — The 13th National Assembly (NA) Standing Committee spent yesterday's working session laying out the packed agenda for the approaching 10th session of the National Assembly, which will include 31 days of debate over a wide-range of high profile bills.
The schedule will cover judiciary policy, social democracy frameworks, the socialist-oriented market economy, and upgrades to constitutional protections of human and civil rights.
Lawmakers will give feedback on 17 draft laws, including the Law on Information Access and the Law on Religion and Belief, a majority of them have already passed through previous rounds of discussion.
The committee announced plans to spend part of the next session evaluating the implementation of NA resolutions to improve the effectiveness of Q&A sessions.
Government agencies are bustling in last minute preparation of documents up for submission to the NA Standing Committee.
Looking back at the committee's 41st working session, deputies reviewed the 2016-2020 socio-economic development plan; provincial and municipal People's Council inspection reports; judicial affairs and corruption prevention reports; and settled on the 2015 State budget estimate and solutions to allocation issues in the 2016 budget. — VNS