Update: 11:20 | 28/07/2021
The national target programmes on sustainable poverty reduction and new-style countryside building and the socio-economic development plan for the next five years were among the focuses of the ongoing first session of the 15th National Assembly (NA) on July 27.
Investment in the two national target programmes for 2021 - 2025 was under discussion in the morning.
The National Assembly discusses various issues on July 27.
In the afternoon, legislators looked into the five-year national financial plan, the five-year public borrowing and debt repayment plan, and the medium-term public investment plan for 2021 - 2025.
They also approved the draft resolutions on the socio-economic development plan for the five-year period and the 2022 law and ordinance making programme.
On July 28, the NA is set to vote on a resolution on the Government’s structure and membership, the appointment of the justices of the Supreme People’s Court, and resolutions on socio-economic and State budget affairs.
Lawmakers will work on the appointment of deputy prime ministers, ministers, and other Government members. They will also vote on the State President’s proposal on the vice chairpersons and members of the National Defence and Security Council, along with a resolution on the medium-term public investment plan for 2021 - 2025.
After that, the NA will wrap up its first session.