Incumbent and former Party and State leaders as well as legislators attend the opening of the second plenary session of the 15th National Assembly (Photo: VNA)
– The second plenary session of the
15th National Assembly will open in Hanoi on October 20.
On the first working day of the session, participants are to spend one-minute of silence
to commemorate dead victims of COVID-19.
Following the opening remarks by NA Chairman Vuong Dinh Hue,
Prime Minister Pham Minh Chinh will deliver a report on the progress of the
socio-economic development plan for 2021 and a draft plan for 2022. A
verification report on the plans will be delivered by Chairman of the NA Economic
Committee Vu Hong Thanh.
Chairman of the NA Committee for Social Affairs
Nguyen Thuy Anh is to present a report verifying the results of COVID-19 prevention
and control measures and the implementation of Resolution No. 30/2021/QH15 on
outcomes of the first session of the 15th National Assembly.
In the morning, President of the Vietnam Fatherland Front
Central Committee Do Van Chien is scheduled to deliver a report summarising ideas and requests
from voters to the 15th NA’s second session, followed by a report read by Duong Thanh Binh, head of the NA Standing Committee’s Ombudsman
Committee, on the supervision results of the settlement of
requests that voters sent to the 11th session of the 14th NA.
In the afternoon, NA deputies will listen to Minister of Finance Ho Duc Phoc’s
report on the State budget disbursement situation in 2021 and the estimate and
allocation plan for 2022 as well as the State finance-budget plan for the
2022-2024 period, along with a verification report on the work.
Also in the afternoon, Inspector General of the Supreme People’s Procuracy Le
Minh Tri will present a draft Law on amendments and supplements to a
number of articles of the Law on Execution of Criminal Judgments.
Minister of Planning and Investment Nguyen Chi Dung will
also deliver a proposal on a bill on amendments and supplements to a
number of articles of the Statistics Law.
Later, the legislators will
discuss the two bills in groups./.