NA Standing Committee holds meeting with full-time NA deputies

Friday, 2021-04-16 11:33:27
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NA Chairman Vuong Dinh Hue speaking at the meeting.
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NDO – A meeting between the National Assembly (ND) Standing Committee and full-time NA deputies was held at the NA Building on April 15 under the chairmanship of NA Chairman Vuong Dinh Hue.

The meeting also saw the participation of Politburo member and permanent NA Vice Chairman Tran Thanh Man and three NA Vice Chairmen Do Ba Ty, Nguyen Duc Hai and Nguyen Khac Dinh.

Speaking at the meeting, NA Chairman Vuong Dinh Hue emphasised that this is the first meeting of the NA Standing Committee with full-time NA deputies since the completion of its personnel.

The top NA leader noted that the NA should continue to improve its quality and performance while promoting democracy, creativeness, and transparence to ensure the role as the supreme representative agency of the people and the supreme power agency of the State.

It should also promptly institutionalise the Resolution of the 13th National Party Congress and quickly amend, supplement and promulgate new laws to implement the 2013 Constitution.

The NA needs to promote supervision activities and improve the quality of decision-making on important national issues and forecasting capacity with long-term and macro-vision in addition to renewing and consolidating foreign affairs, the NA leader said.

He also asked for the completion of mechanisms and policies to enhance the capacity and performance of NA deputies, particularly full-time NA deputies.

The NA Chairman suggested full-time NA deputies promote their intelligence and creativity to contribute to building a synchronous, consistent, feasible, transparent and stable legal system with a focus on the people's legitimate rights and interests and national sustainable development.

He appreciated and thanked the full-time NA deputies for their opinions, affirming that they will form the basis to materialise important goals of the NA.