Addressing the function, Hue stressed that over four days, the committee has completed the agenda for the session, making comments on eight bills and one resolution project containing legal regulations.

National Assembly Chairman Vuong Dinh Hue delivers his speech at the session.

The bills included five draft laws to be submitted to the N.A. for approval at the upcoming 4th session, slated for October. They are the Law on Petroleum (amended), the Law on Domestic Violence Prevention and Control (revised), the Law on Inspection (amended), the Law on Implementation of Democracy at Grassroots Level, and the law amending and supplementing articles of the Law on Radio Frequencies.

Meanwhile, the three other draft laws will be submitted to the N.A. for the first time during the fourth meeting are the Law on Protection of Consumer Rights (amended), the Law on Civil Defense, and the Law on Anti-Money Laundering (revised).

The top legislator said the success of the August session is an important step in preparation for the N.A.’s fourth sitting.

He also requested preparations be started immediately for the September law-making session of the N.A. Standing Committee, which is expected to discuss six draft laws, including the Law on Civil Defense, Law on Land (amended), and Law on Medical Examination and Treatment (amended).

On the same day, under the chair of Standing Vice Chairman of the N.A. Tran Thanh Man, the N.A. Standing Committee discussed and approved a resolution guiding supervision activities of People’s Councils.

Source: VNA