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Although disbursement has been slow, so far 500,000 tablets have been given to disadvantaged students to help them with their education, as part of a Government programme.

Central bank says real estate loans restricted to ensure safety for banks

Vietnam’s central bank governor has said real estate loans are being restricted to protect commercial banks and control inflation.

NA's next Q&A session to focus on home affairs, construction, communications

The question and answer session of the ongoing 15th National Assembly’s 4th sitting is scheduled between November 3 to 5 and will focus on construction, communications, home affairs, and inspection, said the assembly's official website.

PM, four Cabinet members to be grilled over hot issues at legislature session

Prime Minister Pham Minh Chinh and four Cabinet members will answer deputies’ questions of voter concern at the ongoing year-end session of the National Assembly in Hanoi.

Two cabinet members to be grilled over burning issues

Minister of Industry and Trade Nguyen Hong Dien and Minister of Natural Resources and Environment Tran Hong Ha will be questioned over issues of people concern at the ongoing ninth session of the National Assembly Standing Committee.

With COVID-19 vaccine prospects uncertain, VN committed to prevention measures and safe living

Vietnam will continue to focus on COVID-19 prevention measures and safe living during the pandemic.

Large scale 5G rollout expected in 2021: information minister

Vietnam has not fallen behind in launching a 5G network, having completed a technical pilot last year, Minister of Information and Communications Nguyen Manh Hung said while being grilled in the Q&A session at the 14th National Assembly.

NA deputies question on efforts to remove EC’s ‘yellow card’ warning

NA deputies questioned about measures to remove the European Commission’s ‘yellow card’ warning to Vietnam’s fisheries sector during the Q&A session to Minister of Agriculture and Rural Development Nguyen Xuan Cuong.

Agriculture and Rural Development Minister opens first Q&A session

Minister of Agriculture and Rural Development Nguyen Xuan Cuong started the first Q&A session of the National Assembly on Wednesday.

National Assembly to conduct three-day Q&A session

National Assembly (NA) deputies will question ministers and heads of sectors from November 6-8 as part of their ongoing eighth session.

Culture Minister talks solutions to superstitious practices

Solutions to superstitious practices in the name of religion were highlighted by Minister of Culture, Sports and Tourism Nguyen Ngoc Thien while replying to legislators’ questions on June 6 morning.

 

Second day of Q&A session deals with construction, transport, cultural matters

The National Assembly continues the question-and-answer (Q&A) session on June 5 with the ministers of construction, transport, and culture, sports and tourism answering queries about issues within their remit.

 

Construction Minister admits weaknesses in construction-related work at Q&A session

Minister of Construction Pham Hong Ha admitted shortcomings in several fields within his remit while responding to questions of legislators on June 4.

 

Public security minister first to field questions by NA deputies

Minister of Public Security To Lam is the first to field queries at the National Assembly’s question-and-answer (Q&A) session that begins in Hanoi on June 4.

 

Mixed views on minister’s reply to public investment queries

 Voters in some northern localities had mixed views on Minister of Planning and Investment Nguyen Chi Dung’s answers to questions about public investment raised by National Assembly deputies on June 15.

Vietnam actions consistent with int'l sea norms: PM

Vietnam is determined to firmly protect its independence, sovereignty, territorial integrity, national interests in line with its policies and international laws, Prime Minister Nguyen Tan Dung said yesterday at the Q&A session.

Ministers questioned on key issues during unprecedented Q&A session

 All Government members were present at the National Assembly in an unprecedented question-and-answer session on November 16, at which deputies are free to ask questions on any issues.

Questions can pressure NA deputies

VietNamNet Bridge – Vu Mao, former chairman of the National Assembly Office, speaks to the Khoa hoc & Doi song (Science & Life) newspaper about question and answer sessions during National Assembly meetings.

Minister admits agencies have too many deputy heads

VietNamNet Bridge – Minister of Home Affairs Nguyen Thai Binh said at a Q&A session before the National Assembly that each ministry has an average of 5.4 deputy ministers while the regulations limit the number at four.

National Assembly to question Prime Minister next week

VietNamNet Bridge - Prime Minister Nguyen Tan Dung and four ministers will have to answer questions raised by National Assembly (NA) deputies at a Q&A session on November 17.