In addition, a total of eight additional draft laws will be taken into account for evaluation.
The National Assembly (NA) will be responsible for deliberating and deciding on various socio-economic matters. This includes evaluating the outcomes of the implementation of the socio-economic development and state budget plans for 2023, as well as discussing the socio-economic development, state budget estimation, and central budget allocation plans for 2024. Additionally, the NA will thoroughly examine the mid-term reports regarding the progress made in achieving the socio-economic development goals, medium-term public investment strategies, national finance management, and management of public debt for the period of 2021 to 2025.
In 2023, a thorough examination will be conducted on various reports pertaining to judicial affairs, as well as the government's efforts in preventing and controlling corruption, crimes, and law violations. Additionally, an assessment will be made on the effectiveness of judgment enforcement during this period.
Government members and sector leaders will participate in question-and-answer activities aimed at elucidating their responsibilities in implementing selected resolutions of the 14th and 15th-tenure National Assembly (NA).
Enhanced oversight will be carried out to ensure the effective implementation of the National Assembly's resolutions pertaining to three key national target programs. These programs include the development of new-style rural areas for the period of 2021-2025, sustainable poverty reduction from 2021 to 2025, and socio-economic advancement in ethnic minority and mountainous regions spanning from 2021 to 2030.
The National Assembly (NA) will also deliberate on modifications to certain aspects outlined in its resolution dated November 24, 2017, pertaining to the feasibility study report concerning the project for land recovery, compensation, assistance, and resettlement in connection with the construction of Long Thanh International Airport.
During the upcoming discussion at the NA's fifth session, the focus will be on the findings presented in the report by the NA Standing Committee. This report sheds light on the outcomes of the supervision conducted to address voters' opinions. Additionally, the report will cover the progress made regarding citizen reception and the handling of letters, complaints, and denunciations received throughout this year.
Specifically, the parliament will conduct a vote of confidence on individuals occupying the positions that it has either elected or authorized.