The 7th working session of the 14th National Assembly opened this morning. The 7th session of the 14th Natinal Assembly is scheduled to take place from May 20 to June 14, 2019. During the session, scheduled to last until June 14, the lawmakers will discuss and approve seven draft laws: Law on Education (revised), Law on Architecture (revised), Law on Tax Management (revised), Law on Public Investment (revised), Law on Criminal Judgements Enforcement (revised), Law on Alcohol Harm Prevention and Control, and Law on Insurance Business, and Law on Intellectual Property Rights. The Legislature is expected to approve a resolution on accessing to the International Labor Organization’ Convention 98 on the right to organize and collective bargaining. The lawmakers will also debate on other nine draft laws, including Law on Securities, Law on Libraries, Law on Entry and Exit of Vietnamese Citizens, and Labor Code. Other documents to be brought to discussions include report on additional evaluation of socio-economic development plan in 2018, report reviewing socio-economic performance in 2019. The lawmakers will also scrutinize public debt management, management of State assets invested at enterprises and equitization of State-owned enterprises.
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