Socio-economic affairs, two draft laws in focus of parliament on Oct. 21

This year’s socio-economic issues, the development plan for 2022, and two draft laws are high on the agenda of the second working day of the 15th National Assembly (NA)’s second session on October 21.
Socio-economic affairs, two draft laws in focus of parliament on Oct. 21 hinh anh 1A group discussion of legislators on October 20 (Photo: VNA)
Hanoi (VNA) – This year’s socio-economic issues, the development plan for 2022, and two draft laws are high on the agenda of the second working day of the 15th National Assembly (NA)’s second session on October 21.

In the morning, legislators are holding group discussions about the implementation outcomes of the 2021 socio-economic development plan, the draft development plan for next year, and the report on the COVID-19 prevention and control the implementation of Resolution No. 30/2021/QH15 issued at the NA’s first session in July.

They are also scrutinising the implementation of the 2021 State budget plan, the State budget estimates and the allocation plan for the central budget in 2022, and the finance - State budget plan for 2022 - 2024.

In the afternoon, Minister of Public Security To Lam will submit the draft law on mobile police, a verification report on which will be delivered by Chairman of the NA’s Committee for Defence and Security Le Tan Toi.

After that, Minister of Science and Technology Huynh Thanh Dat will submit the draft law amending and supplementing some articles of the Intellectual Property Law. Chairman of the NA’s Committee for Legal Affairs Hoang Thanh Tung will provide a verification report on this draft.

Legislators will later discuss the two bills in groups./.
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