|Full-time NA deputies' conference in Hanoi__Photo: VNA|
Full-time National Assembly (NA) deputies scrutinized eight revised laws, to be submitted to the NA’s sixth meeting in October, at a conference in Hanoi on August 28.
NA Chairman Vuong Dinh Hue told the participants that the conference, the fourth of its kind in the 15th tenure, is to make the best possible preparations for the sixth sitting.
The above-mentioned amended laws include the Land Law, the Housing Law, the Law on Real Estate Business, the Law on Water Resources, the Law on Telecommunications, and the Law on Citizen Identification, along with the Law on Management and Protection of National Defense Works and Military Zones.
Following the fifth meeting, which took place from May 22 to June 26, there have been many workshops and seminars to collect opinions of experts, agencies and organizations on these draft laws.
The legal documents were also discussed at July and August sessions of the NA Standing Committee, Hue continued, noting that the number of the draft laws to be debated at the conference is the biggest so far.
|NA Chairman Vuong Dinh Hue addresses the event.__Photo: Doan Tan/VNA|
He emphasized the importance of a thorough review of the political and legal basis, constitutionality, legitimacy, uniformity, quality of the legal system, thus making no loopholes for corruption and other negative phenomena.
He asked the deputies to look into the harmony between the bills and major policies, orientations and principles, especially those linked with each other like the Land Law, the Housing Law, and the Law on Real Estate Business, and carry forwards their sense of responsibility to join discussions, contributing quality opinions to the draft laws.-(VLLF)