The National Assembly Standing Committee started a two-week meeting on Sunday in Ha Noi, discussing 19 law bills and considering nationally significant issues.
The bills, which will be brought to the National Assembly for further discussions later, include new bills for quality, preventing domestic violence, Vietnamese sea regions, judicial assistance, and for amending the Government Organizing Law.
The other bills, which the NA earlier discussed but yet finished, are for tax management, notary public, citizens’ residence, and amendment the National Assembly Organizing Law as well as the Labor Law.
The National Assembly Standing Committee will work in the meeting till September. The deputies will also discuss the results in supervising the provision of assistance for poor ethnic people; supervising teachers and educators; examining the quality and security of the banking system, and equitizing State-run enterprises.
Also on the agenda will be Viet Nam’s process of joining the World Trade Organization, carrying out border agreements with neighboring countries, and discussing the national afforestation program to grow five million hectares of forest.