Speaking at the conference, the first of its kind, N.A. Permanent Vice Chairman Tran Thanh Man highlighted 2023 as a record-breaking year for the Vietnamese N.A., with the highest number of sessions in its 78-year history, including three extraordinary sittings. These sessions addressed a substantial volume of 84 crucial issues impacting socio-economic development and global integration, paving the way for continued progress in 2024 and beyond, he said.

N.A. Permanent Vice Chairman Tran Thanh Man speaks at the conference.

Man attributed this success to the positive contributions of the provincial and municipal N.A. delegations, alongside the coordinated efforts of the Council for Ethnic Minorities, N.A. committees, the N.A. Office, and agencies of the N.A. Standing Committee, especially the active and central role played by deputies.

Head of the N.A. Standing Committee's Board for Deputy Affairs Nguyen Thi Thanh urged the N.A. deputy delegations to continue innovating the content and method of operation, working closely with relevant agencies, organizations and individuals to hold conferences, workshops and dialogues to gather public feedbacks on draft laws, ordinances, and resolutions that will be considered and adopted by the 15th N.A. at its upcoming 7th and 8th sessions, and extraordinary sessions (if any).

Thanh called for enhanced quality in both question-and-answer sessions and supervisory activities, which should focus on scrutinizing legal documents and issues of pressing concern to voters.

At the conference, deputies also proposed solutions to further improve the quality and working efficiency of N.A. delegations, contributing to the common achievements of the N.A. and N.A. Standing Committee.

The conference concluded with the launch of an emulation campaign in the lead up to the 80th anniversary of the first general election of the Vietnamese N.A. to be celebrated in 2026.

Source: VNA