Important issues to be decided during final week of NA’s ninth session hinh anh 1

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At the beginning of the week, lawmakers will continue looking into socio-economic performance and State budget in plenary sessions, as well as debate several draft laws.

Bills to be tabled include the draft Law on International Agreements, the revised draft Law on Vietnamese Guest Workers Under Contracts, the draft Law on amendments and supplements to several articles of the Law on Handling of Administrative Violations, the draft amended Law on Environmental Protection and the draft Vietnam Border Guard Law.

NA deputies are also scheduled to vote on a number of draft laws, including the revised Youth Law, the Law on Mediation, Dialogue at Courts, the revised Law on Enterprises, the Law on amendments and supplements to several articles of the Law on Natural Disasters Prevention and Control and the Dyke Law, the Law on Public-Private Partnership Investments, among others.

They are expected to cast votes on a Resolution on recognising and allowing the enforcement of decisions of arbitration agencies under the EU-Vietnam Investment Protection Agreement (EVIPA), a resolution approving the State budget estimate 2018, another on several special financial-budget policies and mechanisms for Hanoi, and some others on important issues.

During the closing session which will be televised nationwide on June 19 afternoon, the legislature will vote on the Resolution on National Target Programme for Socio-Economic Development in Ethnic Minority and Mountainous Regions for the 2021-2030 period, the Resolution on the outcomes of legal enforcement on child rights, and a resolution of the ninth session.


NA Chairwoman Nguyen Thi Kim Ngan will also deliver a closing speech.

Socio-economic, State budget issues under focus at NA on June 15

Lawmakers continued voicing their opinions on issues related to socio-economic development and State budget on June 15 at the 14th National Assembly’s on-going ninth session.

The debate is broadcast live by national television and radio and on the NA television channel.

During the previous discussion of the issues on June 13, most opinions approved the Government’s report on the matters and the verification reports of the NA’s Economic and Finance-Budget Committees, especially the assessment of the state management and operation and COVID-19 prevention and control work. They said that the reports had fully reflected the achievements the country has obtained as well as challenges facing the country, and proposed solutions for economic recovery.

Regarding solutions and tasks for the remaining months of the year, deputies agreed with the nine groups of solutions for socio-economic recovery and development outlined in the Government's report.

To maintain the achievements, they suggested effectively implementing such measures as facilitating production and business to promote growth; combating corruption, wastefulness; improving the quality of vocational training and high-quality human resources; enhancing the effectiveness of judicial work and law enforcement; devising support policies for education-training establishments affected by the COVID-19 pandemic, especially in rural areas; focusing on forest protection and development, and promoting domestic tourism. VNA