The National Assembly Standing Committee is scheduled to sit for the 23rd session in Hanoi on April 10.
The legislators will devote most of their time during the nine-day session to law making. They are set to mull over an array of laws, including the Law on Coast Guards, the law amending and supplementing a number of articles of the Law on Amnesty, the Urban Development and Management Law, the Husbandry Law, the Cultivation Law and the Population Law, among others.
They will also look into adjustments to the draft revised Law on Anti-corruption and continue to give opinions to contentious contents of the draft Law on Special Administrative-Economic Units.
Besides, the lawmakers will discuss preparations for the fifth meeting of the NA, the supervision programmes of the NA and its Standing Committee and the law and ordinance building programme in 2019.
They will also work on the Government’s report on the thrift practice and wastefulness in 2017, and consider the establishment of Phu My town and its wards in the southern coastal province of Ba Ria-Vung Tau, and Phuoc Cat town in Cat Tien district, the Central Highlands province of Lam Dong.