At a National Assembly meeting (Photo: VNA)
Hanoi (VNA) – The 14th National Assembly will continue question
& answer (Q&A) sessions on issues related to the implementation of its
resolutions on thematic supervision and Q&A during the 14th tenure and several resolutions of the 13th legislature, during the week from November 9 to 13.
sessions will take place on November 9 and the morning of November 11, which will be televised
legislature is due to approve the removal of Minister of Science and Technology Chu Ngoc Anh
and Governor of the State Bank of Vietnam Le Minh Hung from their positions,
and the appointment of several Government members and some judges of
the Vietnam Supreme People’s Court.
will discuss in plenary sessions the draft revised Law on Drug Prevention and
Control, and a draft Resolution on the pilot use and management of national
defence-security land in combination with production and economic development.
will also scrutinise in groups draft documents to be submitted to the 13th National Party Congress, the draft amended Law on Road Traffic, the draft Law on Road
Traffic Safety and Order, and the draft Law on forces protecting security and
order at the grassroots level.
Lawmakers are expected to vote on a number of draft laws, and resolutions, namely the Vietnam Border Guard Law, the revised Law on Environment
Protection, the Resolution on State budget estimate 2021, the Law on amendments
and supplements to several articles of the Law on the Handling of
Administrative Violations, the revised Law on Residency, the amended Law on
Contract-based Vietnamese Guest Workers, the Law on International Agreements,
the Resolution on State budget allocation for 2021, the Resolution on the
policy of changing the purpose of forest use for the implementation
of the Than
River reservoir project in Ninh Thuan and Ban Mong reservoir in Nghe An,
the Resolution on participation in the UN peacekeeping mission, and the
Resolution on national day election of deputies to the 15th NA and
People’s Councils at all levels for the 2021-2026 tenure./.