In the morning, legislators will listen to the Government’s proposal and the NA Committee for Financial and Budgetary Affairs’ verification report on thrift practice and wastefulness prevention in 2022.
A draft law and ordinance making programme for 2024 and adjustments to the one for 2023 will also be submitted to and scrunitised by the parliament.
In the afternoon, the NA will listen to the Government’s proposal and the NA Committee for Financial and Budgetary Affairs’ verification report on the allocation of capital to the tasks and projects under the socio-economic recovery and development programme; the assignment and adjustment of the medium-term public investment plan using the central budget for 2021 - 2025, the allocation of the national target programmes’ investment capital sourced from the central budget for 2023; and a report on changes to the draft revised Law on Prices.
After that, legislators will look into some debatable issues on this draft revised law at the plenary sitting.
The 15th NA’s fifth session is taking place in two phases with a total duration of 22 days, with the first from May 22 to June 10, and the second from June 19 to 23.