Anti-corruption law high on agenda of parliament on June 13 hinh anh 1Deputy Nguyen Minh Duc of Ho Chi Minh City speaks at the fifth session of the 14th National Assembly (Photo: VNA)

Hanoi (VNA) – Draft revisions to the Anti-Corruption Law were the focus of the National Assembly (NA) on June 13, part of the ongoing fifth session of the 14th parliament.

At the plenary debate, most of lawmakers agreed on the necessity to amend the law. They gave opinions on the expansion of the bill’s scope to the non-State sector, the inspection and examination of the non-State sector, the agencies controlling assets and income, and persons subject to asset and income declaration.

They also discussed the settlement of dishonestly declared assets and income or those whose origin is not explained reasonably.

Inspector General of the Government Inspectorate Le Minh Khai also provided additional information to clarify some issues mentioned by NA deputies.

On June 14, the parliament will vote on a law on amendments and supplements to some articles of the Law on Physical Training and Sports and the law on surveying and mapping.

They will also look into the draft revised Law on People’s Public Security Forces and the draft law on animal husbandry.-VNA