NA Vice Chairman Nguyen Khac Dinh (standing) addresses the September 20 sitting of the NA Standing Committee. (Photo: VNA)
– Performance reports by the Supreme People’s Court and the Supreme People’s
Procuracy, and the Government’s reports on crime fight were the focus of the 15th National Assembly (NA) Standing Committee on September 20.
In the morning of the
sixth working day of the NA Standing Committee’s third session, participants
gave opinions on the 2021 performance reports by the Supreme People’s Court and
the Supreme People’s Procuracy, along with the Government’s reports on the prevention
and control of crimes and law violations, the enforcement of judgments, and the
corruption combat this year.
They said despite
numerous difficulties caused by the complex COVID-19 situation in Vietnam and
the world, under the Party’s leadership and thanks to the close coordination among
agencies in the political system, the Supreme Court, the Supreme Procuracy and Government
agencies have shown good performance and recorded improvements in different
NA Vice Chairman
Nguyen Khac Dinh said the reports by the Supreme People’s Court, the Supreme
People’s Procuracy, and the Government have been prepared thoroughly and
feature many reforms. He asked for the reports to be updated with August and
September statistics so as to be submitted to the parliament at its second
session in October.
In the afternoon, the
NA Standing Committee commented on the reports by the Government, the Supreme
People’s Court, and the Supreme People’s Procuracy on the settlement of
complaints and denunciations in 2021.
Dinh noted the
legislature will exercise its supervision over complaint and denunciation
The NA Standing
Committee requested relevant Government agencies, the Supreme People’s Court, and
the Supreme People’s Procuracy to take into account opinions raised at the
meeting to further detail the reports, which as NA Chairman Vuong Dinh Hue said
must straightforwardly look into the truth, tell the truth, and give precise assessment of the
reality, and identify right issues./.