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Friday, August 14, 2020
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AIPA 41 to be held online in September AIPA 41 to be held online in September
The National Assembly of Vietnam has proposed organizing the 41st General Assembly of the ASEAN Inter-Parliamentary Assembly (AIPA 41) in the form of a teleconference at Hanoi’s International Convention Centre on September 8-10, NA Chairwoman Nguyen Thi Kim Ngan said on August 6.
Official Gazette issues Nos 41-43/2020 published on July 24 2020 Official Gazette issues Nos 41-43/2020, published on July 24, 2020
Online meeting talks post-2025 ASEAN Community Vision Online meeting talks post-2025 ASEAN Community Vision
In Vietnam’s capacity as the ASEAN Chair, Deputy Foreign Minister Nguyen Quoc Dung on July 20 chaired an online inter-sectoral meeting of ASEAN senior officials to discuss orientations to building post-2025 ASEAN Community Vision.
Official Gazette issues Nos 37-40/2020 issued on July 15 2020 Official Gazette issues Nos 37-40/2020, issued on July 15, 2020
Official Gazette issues Nos 33-36/2020 available on July 06 2020 Official Gazette issues Nos 33-36/2020, available on July 06, 2020
Law expected to better protect Vietnamese guest workers Law expected to better protect Vietnamese guest workers
Clear and detailed regulations are needed to strictly punish those who abuse labor export policies to make illegal profits, National Assembly deputies said on June 10 when discussing in groups the draft revised law on Vietnamese guest workers.
NA ratifies Convention 105 on Abolition of Forced Labor NA ratifies Convention 105 on Abolition of Forced Labor
The National Assembly on Monday ratified Convention 105 on Abolition of Forced Labor with 94.82 percent of NA deputies in agreement.
Conditions for naturalization in Vietnam Conditions for naturalization in Vietnam
This Article provides conditions for foreigners who are children of Vietnamese citizens to be naturalized in Vietnam, as well as procedures for filing and processing of dossiers of application for Vietnamese citizenship.
COVID-19: The right time for revising wildlife trade and consumption policy COVID-19: The right time for revising wildlife trade and consumption policy
The current coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic is killing thousands of people globally and causing major impacts to livelihoods, society, and economies across the world. COVID-19 is understood to have originated in wildlife, most probably in a market selling live wildlife in China[1]. The conditions that lead to the emergence and transmission of these zoonotic pathogens to humans are also prevalent in Vietnam. It’s time to change the current approach to regulating the trading and use of live wildlife for the wellbeing and survival of all on this planet.
Official Gazette issues Nos 18-20/2020 issued on May 21 2020 Official Gazette issues Nos 18-20/2020, issued on May 21, 2020

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