National Assembly to vote on five bills on November 19 hinh anh 1A sitting at the 14th National Assembly's 6th session (Photo: VNA)

Hanoi, (VNA) – The National Assembly is scheduled to vote on five draft laws in the afternoon of November 19, in the last working week of the 6th session.

The draft laws expected to go through the legislative body on the day are the revised Law on Amnesty, Law on Crop Production, Law on Animal Husbandry, Law on Vietnam Coast Guard, and Law on amendments and supplements to a number of articles of Law on Higher Education.

In the morning, the NA deputies will debate the draft revised law on execution of criminal judgments.

At group discussions earlier, most NA deputies proposed that the draft revised law be considered at this 6th session and the 7th session of the NA, and approved at the 8th session.

Issues that drew deputies’ attention during previous discussions included the conditional release of convicts before ending of prison terms, rights and obligations of prisoners, rights and obligations of prisoners on death row, the enforcement of sanctions on commercial legal entities, and the coordination between the agency responsible for criminal judgment execution and related state agencies.-VNA