Chief Justice of the People’s Supreme Court Nguyen Hoa Binh addresses lawmakers' questions (Source: VNA)

HCM City (VNA) – National Assembly (NA) deputies raised a number of questions for the Chief Justice of the People’s Supreme Court and the Prime Minister at the Q&A session of the ongoing fourth sitting of the 14th National Assembly in Hanoi on November 18.

The plenary meeting on November 18 was chaired by NA Chairwoman Nguyen Thi Kim Ngan.

In the morning, Chief Justice Nguyen Hoa Binh cleared up queries on the quality of judgmental work, particularly civil, administrative and corruption cases, and handling wrongful convictions and pending cases.

He responded questions on trade unions’ right to take legal proceedings against enterprises, cases relating to enterprises’ social insurance payment, and precedent and effectiveness of using precedent, as well as capacity of the court system’s staff.
In the afternoon, Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc answered questions relating to economic growth, equitisation and business development, the role of the private sector, improvement of business climate, foreign direct investment (FDI) enterprises, rich and poor gaps, and social welfare.

He was also grilled on international integration, measures to enhance the competitiveness of the economy, management of public debt, foreign loans, build-operate-transfer (BOT) projects, and e-government.

Questions relating to smart urban development, corruption cases, sustainable development of the Mekong Delta, tourism development, culture investment, deforestation, forests closing; among others were answered by the PM.

After thee days of Q&A sessions, four ministers and the Prime Minister participated in, clearing up a number of questions raised by deputies. Pending questions of the deputies will be replied in written form by the Cabinet members.

A plenary meeting will take place on November 20, where NA deputies will discuss policies for Ho Chi Minh City’s development, vote on the law on amendments and revisions to some articles of the law on credit institutions, and debate the draft law on measurement and map (revised).-VNA