The third plenary session of the 14th National Assembly (NA) wrapped up yesterday after one month of working, marked by a busy law-making agenda.
Đặng Huy Đông, Deputy Minister of Planning and Investment, talks to the newspaper Thời báo Kinh tế Việt Nam (Việt Nam Economic Times) about why approval of the Planning Law will be delayed until the next National Assembly full house meeting in October.
The National Assembly yesterday expressed concerns about the transition of regulations on planning and the handling of current regulations when discussed the draft Law on Planning.
Minister of Planning Nguyễn Chí Dũng talks to Thời báo Kinh tế Việt Nam (Việt Nam Economic Times) about the importance of the Planning Law to national development.
Intense debate over the Planning Law heated up a National Assembly Standing Committee meeting yesterday afternoon, raising fears it might not be passed in time for localities to prepare their own development plans.
Experts have called for a synchronous and environmentally friendly planning for Việt Nam to cope with climate change, flooding, pollution and traffic jams, especially in urban areas in the country.
Members of the 14th National Assembly (NA) Standing Committee asked for measures to prevent overlapping and wastefulness in planning task while discussing the draft Law on Planning at their on-going sixth session yesterday.
Vũ Quang Các, director general of the Department of Planning Management, under the Ministry of Planning and Investment, speaks to the Bnews/VNA about some key new points in the latest draft of the Planning Law
The Planning Law needs to target existing shortcomings to ensure that the country’s socio-eonomic development strategy is legal and concrete, said deputies at the second session of 14th NA yesterday.
Prime Minister Nguyễn Xuân Phúc required the Cabinet members as well as ministries and agencies of the 2016-21 tenure to swiftly roll out their working plans to support the Government in designing and spurring growths in service of people.