Bui Van Cuong re-elected as General Secretary of 15th National Assembly

The 15th National Assembly elected the General Secretary, Chairpersons of the NA Council for Ethnic and NA committees and the State Auditor General in the morning of July 21, as part of the on-going first session of the 15th legislature.
Bui Van Cuong re-elected as General Secretary of 15th National Assembly hinh anh 1NA deputies cast their votes to elect a number of important positions of the NA on July 21 (Photo: VNA)

Hanoi (VNA)
– The 15th National Assembly elected the General Secretary, Chairpersons of the NA Council for Ethnic and NA committees and the State Auditor General in the morning of July 21, as part of the on-going first session of the 15th legislature.

The NA adopted a resolution on the election of Bui Van Cuong, a member of the 13th Party Central Committee and General Secretary of the 14th NA, as the General Secretary of the National Assembly (NA) in the 15th tenure.

Another resolution was also adopted on the election of Y Thanh Ha Nie Kdam, Secretary of the Party Committee of Central Enterprises' Bloc, as Chairman of the NA Ethnic Council, along with the elections of chairpersons of committees of the legislature.

Also on July 21, the NA passed a resolution on the election of Tran Sy Thanh, member of the Party Central Committee and State Auditor General in the 14th tenure, as the State Auditor  General in the 15th tenure./.

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