NA Deputy General Secretary and Vice Chairman of the NA Office Le Bo Linh gave a review of the session, which ran from May 21st to June 15th, noting that the NA had completed its working agenda set for the 21-day session, which covered numerous contents on law-making, decisions related to key issues of the nation, and supreme inspection.
He said the NA passed seven draft laws during the session, consisting of the Law on Measurement and Maps, Law on Cyber Security, Law on Denunciation (revised), Law on Competition (revised), Law on National Defence (revised), Law on amendments and supplements to a number of articles of the Law on Physical Activity and Sports, and Law on amendments and supplements to a number of articles of 11 laws related to planning.
Scene at the closing ceremony of the NA's fifth session (Photo: VNA)The NA also approved eight resolutions on the programme of building laws and ordinances in 2019 and amendment to the 2018 programme; the ratification of 2016 State budget balance; the NA’s supervision programme for 2019; the outcomes of the NA’s supervision of the implementation of policies and laws on management and use of State capital and assets at enterprises and equitisation of State-owned enterprises during 2011-2016; NA’s question-and-answer session; the establishment of the NA’s supreme inspection delegations for 2019; and the resolution of the NA’s fifth session.
During the session, NA deputies also examined and debated nine other bills.
Meanwhile, question-and-answer (Q&A) sessions were conducted for Deputy Prime Minister Vuong Dinh Hue and the ministers of Transport, Natural Resources and Environment, Labour, War Invalids and Social Affairs, and Education and Training.
The Q&A sessions adopted a new method of shortening time of both questioners and answerers, which allowed for more deputies to present their concerns and improve the quality of given questions and answers.
The fifth session took place in a straightforward and democratic manner, and the deputies’ discussion of bills was carried out based on careful document research and collecting public feedback.
During the course of the session, the NA also conducted a number of external activities and marked the 10th founding anniversary of the group of NA female deputies.
A high-ranking delegation of the Congress of the Federated States of Micronesia led by Speaker Wesley W. Simina came for an official visit and attended a question-and-answer session on June 6th./.