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Official Gazette

Friday, May 27, 2022
Tags: The National Assembly Standing Committee
NA Standing Committee Front Presidium to strive for stronger more effective cooperation NA Standing Committee, Front Presidium to strive for stronger, more effective cooperation
The National Assembly Standing Committee and the Presidium of the Vietnam Fatherland Front Central Committee held an annual joint conference on April 20 to review their coordination in 2021 and identify focuses for this year.
Raising overtime cap: pros and cons Raising overtime cap: pros and cons
The Government has recently submitted to the National Assembly Standing Committee a draft resolution on overtime work under which the monthly maximum number of extra working hours would rise to 72 from the current limit of 40.
Workers overtime cap to be increased from April 1 Workers’ overtime cap to be increased from April 1
The National Assembly Standing Committee has decided to increase workers’ monthly overtime cap from 40 hours to 60 hours.
NA Standing Committee to focus on industry-trade environment issues during Qamp;A session NA Standing Committee to focus on industry-trade, environment issues during Q&A session
The National Assembly Standing Committee will raise questions on issues under the management of the Ministry of Industry and Trade and the Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment during the question-and-answer part of their ongoing ninth session.
Strengthening the constitutional defense mechanism Strengthening the constitutional defense mechanism
The current constitutional defense mechanism has revealed many limitations, making it operate irregularly with low quality and effect. The principle of ensuring the Constitution’s supremacy in the law-ruled state has not been fully realized due to the existence of unconstitutional legal documents and acts. This article analyzes requirements and gives some recommendations for strengthening this mechanism.
NA Standing Committees sixth session wraps up NA Standing Committee’s sixth session wraps up
The National Assembly Standing Committee wrapped up its sixth session in Hanoi on December 21 after three and a half days of sitting.
NA Standing Committee adopts 2022 working program NA Standing Committee adopts 2022 working program
The National Assembly Standing Committee approved its draft working program 2022 during its sixth session in Hanoi on December 21.
Lawmakers agree to issue Resolution on policies mechanisms for COVID-19 fight Lawmakers agree to issue Resolution on policies, mechanisms for COVID-19 fight
The National Assembly Standing Committee offered opinions on the adoption of health care policies and mechanisms in the fight against COVID-19 pandemic during a meeting in Hanoi on December 8.
NA Standing Committee convenes sixth session NA Standing Committee convenes sixth session
The sixth session of the National Assembly Standing Committee opened in Hanoi on December 8.
Revising the Governments Working Regulation to better meet new requirements Revising the Government’s Working Regulation to better meet new requirements
Immediately after being reshuffled at the 11th session of the 14th National Assembly, the Government directed[1] the review and assessment of its Working Regulations[2] in order to early introduce a new one reflecting the practical situation and requirements as well as inheriting valuable experiences drawn from the past implementation. The following fundamental contents of the Government’s Working Regulations need to be amended to improve and renew the working styles of the Government and the Prime Minister to meet the new circumstance requirements.

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