The National Assembly Standing Committee will discuss eight bills during its five-day 34th working session which begins today in Ha Noi.
|Chairman Nguyen Phu Trong speaks at a National Assembly Standing Committee session|
The bills up for discussion include: Denouncement Law, Capital Law, amended Stock Exchange Law, Independent Auditing Law, amended Civil Litigation Law, Law on Human Trafficking Prevention, and the Laws on Election of Deputies to the National Assembly and People's Councils.
The discussions will aim to prepare for the eighth sitting session of the 12th National Assembly from October 20 to November 27.
Committee members will also give opinions about State budget allocation in the 2011-15 period; a draft decision on tax reductions and exemptions for agricultural land from 2011-20; and the implementation of policies for laborers working abroad.
The committee will also hear preparation reports for the 31st ASEAN Inter Parliamentary Assembly meeting that is scheduled to take place in Ha Noi this month.
On the last day of the session, the Government will present a summary of the pilot program to cease the organization of People's Councils at district and ward levels.