NA Standing Committee proposes four matters under supervision in 2022

The National Assembly (NA) Standing Committee proposed four issues under supervision in 2022 to the legislature during its 57th meeting in Hanoi on June 14.
NA Standing Committee proposes four matters under supervision in 2022 hinh anh 1Chairwoman of the National Assembly (NA)'s Committee of Judicial Affairs, Le Thi Nga, speaks at the meeting. (Photo: VNA)
Hanoi (VNA) – The National Assembly (NA) Standing Committee proposed four issues under supervision in 2022 to the legislature during its 57th meeting in Hanoi on June 14.

They are the implementation of legal regulations on planning work during the 2021-2030, the realisation of policies and laws on thrift practice and wastefulness combat, the implementation of the NA Standing Committee's resolutions on arrangement of administrative units at communal and district levels in 2019-2021, and the realisation of policies and laws regarding the citizen reception and the settlement of complaints and denunciations from July 1, 2012 to July 1, 2021. The legislature will select two of the four for supreme supervision.

In his closing remarks, NA Vice Chairman Do Ba Ty highlighted achievements in the supervision work of the NA and its Standing Committee over the past time, especially during the 14th tenure, which, he said, have helped to affirm the role and position of the legislative body to people and voters nationwide.

The committee reached consensus on the supervision programme for 2022, under which the NA will conduct supreme supervision over two issues, while the Standing Committee will be in charge of supervising the two others.

Land issues will not be included in the supervision programme./.
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