It is a need to create an open legal corridor that is suitable to the country's conditions to help authorities properly perform lawmaking tasks, said Prime Minister Pham Minh Chinh at the ongoing Government’s monthly lawmaking session in Hanoi on March 27.
|Prime Minister Pham Minh Chinh at the ongoing Government’s monthly lawmaking session__Photo: VGP
The PM requested Government members, ministries and sectors, especially their heads, to do better in lawmaking activities; continue to direct the formulation of and comment on draft legal documents; and allocate human and funding resources for the law-building work.
In the immediate future, it is necessary to focus on formulating and completing lawmaking proposals for the 2024 Law- and Ordinance-Making Program for submission to the National Assembly (NA) for consideration and approval, the Premier said. He noted that adjustments to the 2023 Program of this kind should also be reported to the NA Standing Committee and the NA for discussion. Draft laws and draft legal documents will also be submitted to the legislature for consideration and approval at its fifth session, Chinh said.
During this meeting, cabinet members are expected to give opinions on the National Assembly's draft Resolution on pilot implementation of a number of mechanisms and policies to remove difficulties in the construction of traffic works; some new policies concerning the management of entry, exit, transit and residence of foreigners in Vietnam; a draft Law on Citizen Identification (amended); and a draft Law on Credit Institutions (revised).
The cabinet will also consider a proposal to formulate a law amending a number of articles of the Law on Exit and Entry of Vietnamese Citizens and the Law on Foreigners’ Entry into, Exit from, Transit through and Residence in Vietnam.- (VLLF)