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Draft laws, resolutions discussed at NA’s second session

Hanoi, November 9 (VNA) – A number of draft laws and resolutions were discussed and adopted at the ongoing second session of the 14th National Assembly in Hanoi on November 8.

In the morning, Minister of Planning and Investment Nguyen Chi Dung delivered a report on the draft Law on Planning.

Head of the NA’s Economic Committee Vu Hong Thanh presented a report examining the draft law.

Later, member of the NA Standing Committee and head of the NA’s Finance-Budget Committee Nguyen Duc Hai delivered a report on acquiring and adjusting the draft resolution on the 2016-2020 financial plan.

With 86.64 percent of approval votes, the resolution was adopted.

The legislators later discussed in groups the draft laws on planning, and support to small and medium-sized enterprises.

Under the chair of NA Vice Chairman Do Ba Ty in the afternoon, the NA heard a report on a draft resolution on pilot issuance of e-visas to foreigners to Vietnam.

Head of the NA’s Defence-Security Committee Vo Trong Viet presented a report examining the draft resolution.

Head of the NA’s Economic Committee Vu Hong Thanh stated a report examining the Law on amendments and supplements of conditional business sectors and lines under the Law on Investment.

Lawmakers then debated in groups the draft law on guard force, the Law on amendments and supplements of conditional business sectors and lines under the Law on Investment, and the draft resolution on pilot granting of e-visas to foreigners in Vietnam.

As scheduled on November 10, the legislature will convene a plenary session.

In the morning, they are due to pass a resolution on medium-term public investment plan for 2016-2020 and discuss the revised draft law on judicial assistance.

In the afternoon, they will mull over the amended draft Law on State asset management and use, and hear a report examining the draft resolution on stopping the construction of Ninh Thuan nuclear power plant.
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