|The amended law passed with 84.1 per cent of votes in favour. — Photo: VNA/VNS Nguyen Dan
HA NOI (VNS)— Lawmakers adopted amendments to the Law on Civil Enforcement and discussed better ways of defining private ownership during their plenary session yesterday.
The amended law passed with 84.1 per cent of votes in favour.
A report on acquiring public feedback and adjusting terms of the law was also delivered. It focused on the tasks of the People's Courts and the responsibility of the civil enforcement agencies for reporting to People's Councils, and People's Committees.
Legislators also discussed the revised draft of the Civil Code, which they said should clarify the definitions of State and private ownership. The revised draft includes definitions for commercial and non-commercial legal entities, but a lawmaker called for public and non-public legal entities to be included as well.
Lawmakers passed a bill on amendments and supplements to several articles of the Civil Judgment Enforcement Law at the ongoing eighth sitting of the 13th National Assembly yesterday.
They also approved the revised Housing Law and the revised Law on Real Estate Business.
During discussions on the draft revised Law on State Budget, the legislators suggested the replacement of the resolution on annual State budget estimates by a law on annual State budget collection and spending.
The new law needs to clarify the scope of collection, spending and overspending of State budget money, they said.
They also proposed that the NA consider and decide State budget twice a year (at the beginning and the end), while managing the budget based on efficiency, transparency and financial discipline.
They also proposed creating conditions for the community to supervise the management and use of the State budget.
On November 26, the deputies are scheduled to pass the revised Investment Law, the revised Enterprise Law and the Law on Management and Use of State Capital in Production and Business, among others.
They will also debate the draft revised Law on State Audit. — VNS