NA Standing Committee’s sixth session wraps up hinh anh 1At the event (Photo: VNA) 
Hanoi (VNA) – The National Assembly Standing Committee wrapped up its sixth session in Hanoi on December 21 after three and a half days of sitting.

The committee adopted its 2022 working programme and foreign affairs programme, and looked into a report on the NA’s ombudsman work in November and the monthly settlement of voters’ petitions as well as citizens’ complaints and denunciations.

They also agreed to add the draft Law on amendments and supplements to several articles of laws into the 2022 law and ordinance building programme, decided to invest in the eastern section of north-south expressway for 2021-2025 using public investment, and offered opinions on the draft Resolution on piloting several special policies and mechanisms for Can Tho city’s development, which will be submitted to the legislature at its extraordinary meeting scheduled for January 2022.

Participants also decided on several urgent issues within their competence in service of the fight against the pandemic, as well as mulled over the amendments and supplements to the committee’s working regulations.

Concluding the event, NA Chairman Vuong Dinh Hue asked permanent members of the Ethnic Affairs Council, NA committees and Office to promptly issue the committee’s Conclusion No.72 and complete draft resolutions to submit for signing./.