NA Standing Committee commences 24th session
The 15th-tenure National Assembly (NA) Standing Committee opened the 24th session in Hanoi on July 12 under the chair of NA Chairman Vuong Dinh Hue.
Chairman Hue said that during the 2.5-day session, the Standing Committee will scrutinise the draft law on roads and the draft law on road traffic order and safety. The two drafts are set to be submitted to the NA for consideration at the sixth session later this year and for approval at the seventh session next year.
A draft resolution on the organisation of district- and communal-level administrative units for the 2023 - 2030 period will also come under discussion.
The Standing Committee will give opinions on the initial results of the supervision over the implementation of the NA’s Resolution No 88/2014/QH13 and Resolution No 51/2017/QH14 on reforming the general education curriculum and textbooks, which Hue said is an important and sensitive issue of public concern.
It will also look into the settlement of people’s opinions. Besides, the review of the 10-year implementation of the inter-sectoral resolution, No 525/2012/NQLT/UBTVQH13-DCTUBTWMTTQVN, dated September 27, 2012, on NA deputies’ contact with voters will be reviewed so that the Standing Committee will consider whether or not this resolution should be revised.
Legislators will also look back on the outcomes of the NA’s fifth session, held in late May and early June, and talk preparations for the coming sixth session, according to NA Chairman Hue.