NA to comment on six draft laws

Monday, 2021-09-13 14:51:02
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NA Chairman Vuong Dinh Hue speaks at the session. (Photo: NDO/Duy Linh)
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NDO – The 15th National Assembly Standing Committee convened its third session on September 13, under the chair of NA Chairman Vuong Dinh Hue.

Speaking at the opening of the session, the Chairman said that the third session focused on the content to be submitted to the second session of the NA as well as considering and deciding on a number of issues. Accordingly, the session consisted of five main groups of issues.

Six draft laws will be tabled for discussion for the first time at this session including the Law on Mobile Police (amended); the Law on the Insurance Business (amended); the Law on Cinematography (amended); the draft Law amending and supplementing a number of articles of Intellectual Property Law; the Law amending and supplementing the Appendix – List of national statistical indicators of the Law on Statistics; the draft Law amending and supplementing a number of articles of the Criminal Procedure Code.

The NA Chairman urged the NASC to thoroughly discuss these draft laws which are important for the completion of the legal system and in ensuring the system’s consistency, as well as for the implementation of the country’s commitments under new generation free trade agreements like the CPTPP and EVFTA.

The NA Standing Committee will also perform its supervisory function through examining reports on the enforcement of the Constitution, laws and NA resolution and the implementation of the National Target Programme on socio-economic development in ethnic minority and mountainous regions in 2021-2030. The committee will give its opinions on a detailed plan on the thematic supervision of the National Assembly and the NA Standing Committee in 2022.

Also at this session, several measures regarding tax reduction and exemption to support enterprises and citizens affected by the COVID-19 pandemic will be submitted to the committee for consideration and approval during this session.

The session is scheduled to last until September 22.