Delivering a draft report on the session's summary, NA General Secretary and Chairman of the NA Office Bui Van Cuong said that the session took place with an urgent need for solutions to many important issues to boost socio-economic recovery and development as well as put the COVID-19 pandemic under control.
An overview of the NA Standing Committee's seventh meeting. (Photo: VNA)
After four days and a half, the session completed all the set agenda, said Mr. Bui Van Cuong, attributing the result to rich experience of the NA, good preparations as well as effective and flexible directions over the implementation process.
Member of the NA Standing Committee highlighted the firm political and legal foundation for the organisation of the session. They agreed that it helped deal with not only urgent matters but also had strategic and long-term significance.
Chairman of the NA Committee for Science, Technology and Environment Le Quang Huy said that although the session was an unprecedented event with a short time for preparations, it produced good results and met the demand of the reality as well as voters’ expectations.
NA Vice Chairman Nguyen Khac Dinh underlined that the close coordination among the Government, NA Standing Committee and NA committees was among factors contributing to the session’s success.
For his part, NA Chairman Vuong Dinh Hue said that the organisation of the session showed the high determination and renovation spirit of the legislature in implementing its tasks.
He stressed that the country might miss opportunities if decisions on many issues were not given at the first extraordinary session but delayed to May when the plenary session of the NA takes place as normal.
The top legislator underscored the need to promptly and efficiently realise resolutions adopted at the session and withdraw lessons from its organisation.
Also on January 19 morning, as part of their ongoing seventh meeting, NA Standing Committee members gave ideas on the supplements to the foreign capital investment plan from the investment that has yet to be allocated, and the draft middle-term public investment in the 2021-2025 period for projects by ministries, central agencies and localities./.