Lawmakers discuss NA supervision programme for 2025

- Thursday, 30/05/2024, 14:54

Secretary General of the Nation Assembly (NA) and Chairman of its Office Bui Van Cuong on May 30 presented a report summarising the anticipated supervision programme for 2025, as part of the NA’s ongoing 7th session.

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NA Vice Chairman Tran Quang Phuong chairs the discussion. Photo: Ho Long

According to the report, the legislature and its Standing Committee have issued resolutions on the supervision programme for 2023 and 2024 to ensure feasibility and meet practical requirements.

Notably, in 2023, for the first time the NA conducted simultaneous supervision of three national target programmes during their implementation phase to expedite the completion of the set objectives. In 2024, the NA conducted specialised supervision on the implementation of policies and laws regarding real estate market management and social housing development, immediately after the revised real estate business law and the revised housing law were passed.

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Secretary General of the Nation Assembly (NA) and Chairman of its Office Bui Van Cuong presents the report summarising the anticipated supervision programme for 2025. Photo: Ho Long

Bui Van Cuong said that in 2025, in accordance with the provisions of the law on supervisory activities of the NA and the People's Councils, the body will review the implementation of NA resolutions on question-and-answer activities and specialised supervisions throughout the entire five-year term.

Accordingly, the Standing Committee has selected two topics for the NA to consider and choose one for supreme supervision. The first option involves the implementation of policies and laws on environmental protection since the enforcement of the Environmental Protection Law in 2020, while the second considers that on the development and utilisation of human resources, particularly high-quality ones, to meet the requirements of socio-economic development.

Many of the participating deputies lauded good outcomes achieved through the supervision activities so far, especially concerning the practice of thrift and anti-waste measures, the mobilisation, management, and utilisation of resources for COVID-19 prevention and control, and the realisation of national target programmes./.

Nguyen Thi Ngoc Anh