NA Chairman Vuong Dinh Hue speaks at opening ceremony of NA Standing Committee's seventh session (Photo: VNA)
– The National Assembly (NA) Standing Committee started its seventh session in Hanoi on January 18, under the chair of NA
Chairman Vuong Dinh Hue.
In his opening remarks, Chairman Hue said that during the two-day session, lawmakers are expected to consider
and opine on proposals related to the draft revised Law on
Emulation and Commendation. The draft law was discussed at the 15th legislature’s
second plenary session.
He asked deputies to focus discussion on controversial
issues of the bill to submit it to the NA’s third plenum, scheduled to take
place in May.
Lawmakers will also scrutinise the NA’s draft resolution on
piloting the model of labour organisation, career counseling, and vocational
training for detainees outside prisons as part of the 2022 law and ordinance
They will also decide on the implementation of the jury’s
trial attire and comment on additions to the
foreign capital investment plan from the unallocated capital, as well as adjustments
to the medium-term public investment plan for 2021-2025.
The committee will discuss a report on the NA’s
hearing of people’s feedback in December last year and comment on the outcomes
of the NA's first extraordinary sitting, among other matters.
Standing NA Vice Chairman Tran Thanh Man (Photo: VNA)
After the opening ceremony, under the chair of Standing NA
Vice Chairman Tran Thanh Man, deputies exchanged views on the draft revised Law
on Emulation and Commendation.
Man requested the NA Committee on Social Affairs to collect
and field deputies’ ideas, and step up coordination in discussion between the
drafting agency, the verification agency, the NA Committee on Legal Affairs,
the NA Committee on Judicial Affairs, the Office of the National Assembly, the NA
Deputies Committee and the Legislative Research Institute./.