Viet Nam Expects To Have Complete Set of Laws By 2020

The newly elected National Assembly Standing Committee is totally qualified to lead the country and Viet Nam will strive for a complete set of laws by 2020, Mr. Nguyen Van Yeu, Vice Chairman of the 11th National Assembly (NA) said in the 12th NA’s first session.

Mr. Nguyen Van Yeu, Vice Chairman of the 11th National Assembly

The NA’s performance is a key factor in speeding up the country’s development. Therefore, all of the current NA’s organizations including the newly elected NA Standing Committee need to carry out immediate innovations and help strengthen the NA’s capacity in three main functions, legislation, supervision, and decision making upon the nation’s major affairs, said Mr. Yeu.

According to the plan, Viet Nam expects to complete its process of industrialization and modernization by 2020. Therefore, by that time, the NA also needs to establish a complete set of laws to help run the country smoothly. To complete such a heavy task, the NA’s organizations need to carry out immediate actions to restructure and innovate their own operations and systems.

Moreover, in the 12th NA election, some adjustments were made to help improve the NA’s management system, finding capable candidates to represent the people’s needs and wishes. 



 

By A.P – Translated by Khanh Hong

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