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The Standing Committee of the Vietnamese Parliament evaluates draft laws (+ photo)

The Standing Committee of the Vietnamese Parliament evaluates draft laws (+ photo)

As stated in his opening speech by the Chairman of the Vietnamese Legislature, Vuong Dinh Hue, the meeting will gather opinions on the reception and review of the draft Archives (Amendment) Law, as well as regarding the amendment and completion of several articles of the Archives Law. Guard Law.

He pointed out that the reference to the Archives Law is one of the nine draft laws that the National Assembly commented on in its sixth regular session and which is expected to be considered in the next session.

Din Hui also announced that the Standing Committee will consider other important issues at its meeting today, including the Supreme People's Procuratorate's proposal to appoint an additional number of prosecutors for it.

The administrative body of the Vietnamese Parliament will also analyze the balanced report of the fifth extraordinary meeting of the National Assembly, during which the draft laws on land and credit institutions were approved and amended.

This examination seeks to draw experiences on a series of issues so that the activities of the National Assembly can increasingly strengthen democracy and increase the efficiency and quality of legislative work, Dinh Huy said, quoted by VNA News Agency.

The parliamentary leader also urged relevant bodies to intensify preparations for two National Assembly Standing Committee meetings scheduled to be held next March.

    The Standing Committee of the Parliament of Vietnam evaluates the draft laws

A day earlier, Dinh Hue chaired a meeting to discuss the draft Defense and Security Industries and Industrial Mobilization Law, which will be submitted at another time for consideration by the Standing Committee before being presented to the National Assembly for approval in the seventh term. The course is next May.

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