Legislators cast secret ballots to elect the Vice State President, Chief Judge of the Supreme People’s Court and Prosecutor General of the Supreme People’s Procuracy in Hanoi on July 27, the sixth working day of the 14 th National Assembly’s first session.
Legislators continued their plenary session in Hanoi on July 25 under the chair of National Assembly (NA) Chairwoman Nguyen Thi Kim Ngan.
Victor Oh, a Canadian senator, encouraged all parties to come together to find a diplomatic solution to the overlapping claims in the East Sea in a statement from Ottawa on July 14.
VOV.VN - A delegation of the National Assembly’s Law Committee led by its Chairman Phan Trung Ly paid a working visit to Wellington, New Zealand from May 5-7.
VOV.VN -Many National Assembly (NA) deputies have expressed their confidence that the new Prime Minister and other cabinet members will help steer the nation to deeper international integration and stronger growth.
Legislators mulled over the relieving of duty of some senior National Assembly (NA) officials in group discussions in the morning of April 2, as part of the agenda of the 13th parliament’s last meeting.
Legislators have appreciated efforts by the President, Government, Prime Minister and chiefs of judicial agencies while commenting on their performance since 2011.
National Assembly (NA) deputies mulled over debatable points in the draft of the amended Press Law as part of their agenda on the first day of the 11th meeting of the 13th parliament on March 21.
National Assembly deputies concentrated their attention on the draft law on amendments and supplements to some articles of the Laws on Taxation and the draft revised law on export and import tariffs during their plenary session in Hanoi on November 13.
National Assembly deputies continued their 10th session on November 2 by discussing Vietnam’s socio-economic performance in 2015 and plans for 2016.
Members of the National Assembly Standing Committee have urged for better quality draft laws to match the revised Constitution before they are presented to the National Assembly (NA).
Three Taiwanese legislators have illegally flown to Vietnam’s Ba Binh island to observe the live-fire exercise.