National Assembly Secretary General Nguyen Hanh Phuc chaired a press conference in Hanoi on October 20 to announce planned agenda for the fourth session of the 14th legislature slated for October 23.
At the 14th National Assembly’s third session.
session will last 26 days and wrap up on November 24, during which legislators
will consider important socio-economic goals for each year and subsequent years
and decide on personnel issues.
They are to adopt six draft laws, 12 draft
resolutions and give opinions on nine other bills, including the revised Law on
Public Debt Management, the amended Law on Forest Protection and Development,
the revised Law on Fisheries, the Law on Planning; resolutions on
socio-economic development, State budget estimate and allocation for 2018,
NA Vice Secretary General and Vice
Chairman of the NA Office Le Bo Linh said the NA will spend 15 days on
discussing and deciding on several important issues of the country such as the
government’s reports on socio-economic development in 2017 and 2018, State
budget estimate and allocation for 2018, crime prevention and control,
settlement of complaints and denunciations in 2017, and another three days on
question and answer sessions.
As scheduled, 11 out of 26 working days on
13 contents will be televised nationwide, two of them regarding the
implementation of national target programme on gender equality and the
settlement of complaints and denunciations of citizens which will be tabled for
discussion for the first time at the NA’s plenary session.
(HBO) – The Party organisation of Tan Lac district has been innovating its mindset and methods of working, and comprehensively implementing the work of building the Party and the political system, and improving leadership capacity. It has focused on leading and directing key tasks, breakthroughs, and political tasks, thus opening up opportunities to successfully implement the Resolution of the 24th district Party Congress in the 2020 – 2025 term, and turn Tan Lac into a relatively developed district of Hoa Binh province.
(HBO) – Deputy Prime Minister Tran Luu Quang, head of the Central Steering Committee for National Target Programmes in the 2021-2025 period, on August 28 chaired the fourth meeting between the committee and localities. joining the online meeting from Hoa Binh were Vice Chairman of the provincial People’s Committee Dinh Cong Su, and leaders of departments, sectors, agencies as well as localities of Hoa Binh and members of the provincial Steering Committee for the programmes.
(HBO) - Nguyen Phi Long, alternate member of the Party Central Committee and Secretary of the Party Committee of Hoa Binh province, and officials of departments, sectors, and Da Bac district on August 25 visited and presented gifts to representatives of the Party Committee, administration and people living in the Muong Diem and Giang Xeo revolutionary bases in Da Bac district. The delegation offered incense at the Muong Diem revolutionary base relic site in Trung Thanh commune.
(HBO) - Tu Ly - Hien Luong revolutionary base area is one of the four revolutionary bases in the northern mountainous province of Hoa Binh. The area was recognised as a national revolutionary historical site by the Ministry of Culture and Information in 1996, becoming a "red” address for revolutionary traditional education and a tourism hot spot for visitors.
(HBO) – The Party Committee of Phu Nghia commune in Lac Thuy district has focused on effectively implementing Politburo’s Directive No 05 on promoting the studying and following of President Ho Chi Minh's ideology, morality and lifestyle. As a result, the work has become a regular task of collectives and individuals, creating remarkable changes in the locality.
(HBO) – Bui Van Khanh, Deputy Secretary of the Hoa Binh provincial Party Committee and Chairman of the provincial People’s Committee, has visited and presented gifts to officials and residents in the Muong Khoi revolutionary base in An Nghia and Tan My communes of Lac Son district. He was joined by officials of the provincial Departments of Public Security; Labour, Invalids and Social Affairs; and Culture, Sports and Tourism.