NA Standing Committee wraps up fourth session

Thursday, 2021-10-14 10:39:52
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NA Chairman Vuong Dinh Hue speaking at the meeting. (Photo: NDO)
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NDO/VNA – The National Assembly Standing Committee (NASC) wrapped up its fourth session in Hanoi on October 14 under the chair of NA Chairman Vuong Dinh Hue.

Speaking at the closing ceremony, NA leader Hue said after three and a half days of sitting, the committee completed the agenda and reached consensus on contents that are expected to submit to the legislature’s second session scheduled to begin on October 20.

The NA Chairman said that all reports, proposals and verification reports have been carefully prepared and the concerned agencies have made additional contributions in many aspects which were considered and approved with high consensus. This will be a foundation to ensure the success of the National Assembly's second session, he said.

Hue requested the NASC's Ombudsman Committee to collaborate with concerned agencies to summarise opinions and recommendations of voters through meetings with NA delegations.

The committee was also assigned to consult the NASC and the Central Committee of the Vietnam Fatherland Front to complete the reports, ensuring that suggestions, thoughts, feelings and aspirations of the people and voters nationwide were sent to the second session of the 15th National Assembly.

Emphasising that there are only five days left to the opening of the second session, the NA Chairman suggested that agencies of the NA and the Government take time to accomplish all reports, clarifying shortcomings and achievements and analyse objective and subjective causes in the implementation.

NA leader Hue said that the second session is expected to be held in two phases, including face-to-face and via teleconference. Legislators will meet from October 20 to November 1, and then from November 8 to 13.

The NA Chairman stressed the need to ensure the best quality of the meeting even though the duration will be shortened, in order to make the soundest decisions in such a short period of time.