Minister of Planning and Investment Nguyen Chi Dung (Photo: VNA)
Hanoi (VNA) –
Legislators continued to question Government members regarding labour, invalids and social affairs, education-training, and planning
and investment at a Q&A session on November 11, as part of the ongoing 11th sitting of the 15th National Assembly.
For labour, invalids and social affairs, the deputies
raised queries on the flow of people returning home due to impacts of both the
COVID-19 pandemic and the fourth Industrial Revolution that makes low-skilled workers unemployed.
Minister of Labour, Invalids and Social Affairs Dao
Ngoc Dung presented five basic solutions, including improving the quality of workforce, forecasting capability, and personnel training.
Speaking at the
session, Deputy Prime Minister Vu Duc Dam stressed the need to roll out
policies to ensure rights and interests of the returning labourers, covering housing
and social welfare establishments.
In his closing remarks at the session for the minister,
NA Chairman Vuong Dinh Hue said Dung has full understanding about matters under
the management of the ministry, and responded to the questions candidly and satisfactorily,
while proposing many specific solutions to the current problems.
Party and State leaders have assigned the Vietnam
Fatherland Front to coordinate with Ho Chi Minh City and relevant localities to
organise online ceremonies in memory of people, officials and soldiers who died
The Ministry of Labour, Invalids and Social Affairs should
join hands with the Vietnam Fatherland Front, HCM City and other localities
in the organisation, he said.
Also at the hearing session, Minister of Planning and
Investment Nguyen Chi Dung cleared up legislators’ concerns over planning and
The raised questions focused on policies and solutions
to recover and develop the national economy in the new context, along with
solutions to support enterprises, cooperatives and household businesses that are facing difficulties, such as extending tax payments, accelerating the
disbursement of public investment and official development assistance (ODA),
and speeding up the implementation of major national projects.
Minister Dung will continue to appear at the Q&A
session on November 12 morning./.