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Official Gazette

Monday, May 10, 2021
Tags: the 10th session of the National Assembly
NA Chairwoman urges measures to boost socio-economic development NA Chairwoman urges measures to boost socio-economic development
Opening the 10th session of the National Assembly in Hanoi on October 20, Chairwoman Nguyen Thi Kim Ngan asked lawmakers to devise effective measures and orientations to bolster sustainable socio-economic development.
Sovereignty waste in public investment raised at question-and-answer session Sovereignty, waste in public investment raised at question-and-answer session
Vietnam is determined to firmly protect its independence, sovereignty, territorial integrity, and national interests in line with its policies and international law, Prime Minister Nguyen Tan Dung said on November 18 during the question-and-answer session of the ongoing 10th session of the National Assembly.
Draft revised press law to offer greater freedom of press Draft revised press law to offer greater freedom of press
The revision of the Press Law is needed to guarantee the citizens’ right to freedom of press and freedom of speech in light of the 2013 Constitution, said Minister of Information and Communications Nguyen Bac Son on November 4 when lawmakers discussed the draft revised press law at the ongoing 10th session of the National Assembly (NA).
NA Chairman asks for higher quality of bills to be tabled at upcoming session NA Chairman asks for higher quality of bills to be tabled at upcoming session
The 10th session of the National Assembly (NA), scheduled to take place in late October, will be important as it is expected to debate and pass a number of laws and review socio-economic situation, national defense and security and external affairs over the past year, NA Chairman Nguyen Sinh Hung said at the 39th session of the NA Standing Committee held on July 14 in Hanoi.
Meeting our commitments to WTO Meeting our commitments to WTO
The General Council of the World Trade Organization (WTO) approved Vietnam on November 7, 2006, as its 150th member. On November 29, 2006, at the 10th session, the XIth National Assembly ratified the Protocol on Accession of Vietnam to the Agreement establishing the WTO by a ratification resolution with 90.24% of the vote in favor. Accordingly, Viet Nam will become a fully-fledged WTO member 30 days after it has informed the WTO of its ratification.