The National Assembly (NA)’s Standing Committee began its 29th session in Hà Nội yesterday.— VNA/VNS Photo
HÀ NỘI — The National Assembly (NA)’s Standing Committee began its 29th session in Hà Nội yesterday.
Opening the session, NA Chairwoman Nguyễn Thị Kim Ngân said the committee will discuss three major issues – summarising the NA’s sixth plenum and preparations for the seventh, the implementation of legal regulations for members of Vietnamese agencies abroad and the issuance of a decree on exhibition activities.
The committee will decide on six matters, including adjusting some ordinances related to planning and passing regulations guiding People’s Councils.
Members will discuss amendments to the programme on building laws and ordinances in 2019 and the purchase of additional rice for national reserves as well as the provision of more money to buy animal medicine for reserves.
They will also evaluate the outcomes of the committee’s external relations and international co-operation in 2018, while deciding the programme for 2019, along with the committee’s working plan for next year.
The session, the last in 2018, is scheduled to last two and a half days.
Later the same day, committee members discussed the amendments to the programme on building laws and ordinances in 2019.
They proposed to amend and supplement to some draft laws, including the draft Law on Public-private Partnership Investment; draft amendments and supplements to the Law on Government Organisation and the Law on Organisation of Local Government; draft amendments and supplements to the Law on Cadres and Public Servants and the Law on Public Employees; the draft Law on Mediation and Dialogues at the Court; and draft amendments and supplements to the Law on State Audit. — VNS