An overview of a NA session (Photo: VNA)
– Prime Minister Pham Minh Chinh and
four ministers will go before the National Assembly (NA) for question-and-answer sessions at the next phase of the 15th NA’s second session, according to NA General Secretary and Chairman
of the NA Office Bui Van Cuong.
Speaking to the media on the first phase of
the NA’s second session which took place via videoconference from October 20-30, Cuong said that requirements in
quality and progress have been met thanks to the careful preparation and the effective leadership
of the Presidium.
In the second phase of the session, the NA will spend two
days and a half on questioning Cabinet members. The Minister of Health will be asked about COVID-19 prevention
and control activities and related issues. Deputy Prime Minister Vu Duc Dam as
well as Ministers of Public Security, Planning and Investment, Information and
Communications, Science and Technology, the Government Inspector General, the
State Auditor General will also be called to explain related matters.
The Minister of Labour-Invalids and Social Affairs and relevant
authorities will be questioned about the implementation of support packages to pandemic-hit
groups, the reason why labourers leave HCM City and southern localities, and
solutions to remove difficulties of the labour market and deal with
Cuong said that questions will be put to the Minister of Planning and Investment on measures to speed up economic
recovery and development in the new situation, as well as solutions to remove
obstacles facing businesses, along with the plan on the middle-term public
investment in the 2021-2025 period and 2021 and the disbursement on the capital.
At the same time, the Minister of Education and Training will field questions related
to measures to ensure the quality of teaching and learning activities and the implementation
of fundamental reforms of education and training amid COVID-19, among others.
Prime Minister Pham Minh Chinh will appear before the NA to give further explanations if and when necessary, Cuong said./.