National Assembly’s Q&A session starts on June 10

National Assembly’s Q&A session starts on June 10 - ảnh 1
Head of the National Assembly's Office spoke to reporters on June 6- Photo:Vietnamnet

(VOVworld)- Four cabinet members will appear at the 13th National Assembly’s ongoing seventh session to answer questions on matters under their charge from June 10-12.  They are Finance Minister Dinh Tien Dung, Minister of Education and Training Pham Vu Luan, Minister of Justice Ha Hung Cuong and General Inspector Huynh Phong Tranh.  Authorized by the Prime Minister, Deputy Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc will present an overview report and respond to deputies’ questions. Head of the National Assembly’s Office Nguyen Hanh Phuc said:“We have three principles to select members for the Q&A session. First, they are the Ministers that receive more opinions from deputies and voters. Second, they have not attended any Q&A session since their term began. Third, the questions must harmoniously cover economics, society and justice”.

The Minister of Finance will answer NA deputies’ queries on public investment management, price and tax control and State-owned enterprise restructuring. The Minister of Education and Training is expected to clarify issues relating to the education quality, particularly in tertiary education and vocational training, and plans for reforms. The Minister of Justice will face questions on the implementation of the 2013 Constitution and the enforcement of laws. Meanwhile, General Inspector Tranh will clarify issues about the settlement of complaints and denunciations and effective measures to prevent corruption. The ministers and heads of relevant ministries and agencies will also go before the NA to give more details on the issues under discussion. The Q&A sessions will be broadcast live on national television