The draft revised law on public investment was at the focus of attention at the National Assembly during the morning of May 28, the 7th working day of the NA’s 7th session.
Chairman of the National Assembly's Committee on Finance and Budget Nguyen Duc Hai presents a report on the latest adjustments to the draft revised law on public investment.
After listening to a report of the NA Standing Committee on latest adjustments to the draft revised law on public investment, lawmakers discussed several contentious issues, with 20 deputies presenting their opinions.
At the end of the morning session, there were still different opinions on three issues, which were the criteria for classifying investment projects, the authority to consider and decide the list of mid-term public investment projects, and the duration for submitting and approving mid-term public investment projects.
The NA assigned the NA Secretary General, in coordination with the NA Committee for Financial and Budgetary Affairs, to collect NA deputies’ opinions on those matters.
In the afternoon, the draft law on general mobilization and the reserve force, and another on entry and exit of Vietnamese citizens were presented to the NA along with reports verifying the two bills, followed by group discussions.
Legislators today will discuss in groups about Vietnam’s joining the International Labour Organisation (ILO)’s Convention 98 on the application of principles of the right to organise and bargain collectively; and the draft revised Labour Code.
Public security, construction, transportation, and culture-sports-tourism will be up for question-and-answer sessions scheduled for June 4-6 at the ongoing seventh session of the 14th National Assembly.
The implementation of policies and legal regulations on the planning, management and use of land in urban areas over the past few years was the focus of the National Assembly meeting on May 27.