HA NOI— The National Assembly Standing Committee will begin their nine-day meeting today, with a focus on the agenda for the upcoming legislative session.
Over the next few days, committee members will discuss their remaining differences regarding the draft Law on Administrative Penalties, Maritime Law, Law on Pricing, Law on Water Resources, the Law on Marketing and the Law on Legal Education and Dissemination, among others.
They were also expected to pass an ordinance governing the codification of the nation's legal system and comment on revisions to the ordinance establishing... preferential policies for people who have rendered great services to the country.
The committee members will also give their opinions on other proposed or revised laws still in the drafting stage, including the Law on Conservation, the Law on Publication, the Law on the Legal Profession, the Law on Libraries, and the Law on Co-operatives.
They will also hear reports on public investment in agriculture and rural areas, on settlement of the State budget for 2010, and on implementation of the national socio-economic development plan during the first quarter of this year. The lawmakers will also comment on the Government's proposals for restructuring the nation's economy. — VNS