HA NOI — The National Assembly Standing Committee heard and discussed a summary report of the 1992 Constitution's implementation on the first day of its 6th session yesterday.
NA Chairman Nguyen Sinh Hung said that the 1992 Constitution summary and review was implemented by Government bodies, unions and various political and social organisations. The committee would correct and edit content and technical aspects of the document during the upcoming meetings in order to submit it to concerned bodies in the near future.
During its nine-day meeting, the committee will offer suggestions to some important draft laws, including those on tobacco damage prevention; money laundering prevention and fighting; university education and deposit insurance.
The committee will also discuss some important ordinances; plan for State bond distribution; bolster human resource for proposed national programmes; and project reforms and improvement to NA activities.
The committee is scheduled to question health minister Nguyen Thi Kim Tien and home affairs minister Nguyen Thai Binh on March 26.
Tien will answer questions relating to human resources involved in disease prevention, examinations and treatment, medical ethics and the recent increase of medical service fees.
Binh will answer pressing issues relating to the recruitment, education and training for state cadres and civil servants; regulations and policies for semi-professional staffs at the commune level and measures for improving administration at the grassroots level. — VNS