National Assembly Standing Committee wraps up 35th session

The 35th session of the National Assembly (NA) Standing Committee wrapped up in Hanoi on Wednesday after two and a half days of working.

In her closing speech, NA Chairwoman Nguyen Thi Kim Ngan asked relevant agencies to finalize the four draft laws that were discussed at this session. They are the draft law on exit and entry of Vietnamese citizens, the draft revised law on militia and self-defense forces, the draft law amending and supplementing the law on organization of the government and the law on organization of local administrations, along with the draft law amending and supplementing the law on cadres and civil servants and the law on public employees.

Chairwoman Ngan urged for active preparations for the National Assembly's eighth session, slated for October. She said that firstly, efforts should be made to soon finish the proposed agenda of the NA Standing Committee's next session.

She highlighted a planned project on e-parliament until 2026: This is not an investment project. It set out fundamental guidelines for building e-parliament. Its investment should be in line with the Law on Budget and the Law on Public Investment. I requested the National Assembly, the Government and agencies in the political system to increase IT application and work together to build an integrated e-information system with shared databases in order to promote the efficiency of their operations to serve the country and people.

Source: VOV5