The national teleconference held on November 3 (Photo: VNA)
national teleconference was held on November 3 to implement the Politburo’s
conclusion issued on October 14 this year and a project on defining orientations
for the 15th National Assembly (NA)’s lawmaking programme.
The event took place under
the chair of NA Chairman Vuong Dinh Hue and permanent member of the Party
Central Committee’s Secretariat Vo Van Thuong.
On October 14, the Politburo
issued a conclusion stating that the target of the 15th parliament’s
lawmaking programme is to perfect development institutions and create the legal
framework for successfully carrying out the socio-economic development tasks
for 2021 - 2025, the 12 national development orientations, six focal tasks, and
three strategic breakthroughs set up at the 13th National Party
The focus identified by this
conclusion is to guarantee the rights and legitimate interests of people and
businesses instead of serving the State’s management activities; promote
innovation; devise measures for successfully implementing economic, social,
security, and defence tasks; and secure sustainable development for the
country, according to Chairman of the parliament’s Committee for Legal Affairs
Hoang Thanh Tung.
Meanwhile, the project defining
orientations for the lawmaking programme of the 15th parliament
features eight major orientations, 70 concrete directions, and 137 tasks of
lawmaking in the 2021 - 2026 tenure, he said, adding that the NA Standing
Committee will issue a plan on implementing the project soon.
This project is an important
political and legal basis for making the strategic breakthrough of
synchronously perfecting development institutions, set up at the 13th National Party Congress. It is also a practical move to realise the NA
Chairman’s promise to continue promoting the parliament and parliamentarians’
proactiveness in legislative activities and to unceasingly reform and improve
the lawmaking quality, the official noted./.