Government focuses on law-making, institutional improvement: Prime Minister
|Government focuses on law-making, institutional improvement: Prime Minister Pham Minh Chinh.|
The session, chaired by the Prime Minister, mulled over the draft Law amending and supplementing a number of articles of the Law on People's Public Security, and proposes building such laws as the Law amending and supplementing the Law on Credit Institutions; the Law on Citizenship Identification (amended); the Law on industrial defence, security and industrial mobilisation; and the Law on urban and rural planning.
Listening to reports and comments, Prime Minister Chinh said the law-making work must continue to institutionalise and bring the Party's resolutions to life.
In his conclusion, the PM informed participants that the Government held nine thematic sessions serving the formulation of laws and policies; and gave opinions on and approved 40 projects and proposals for law building.
He noted they are the highest number of sessions, and projects and proposals in recent years.
The works have showed improvements, becoming more professional and ensuring progress and quality, the Government leader said.
The Prime Minister requested strengthening the role of leaders; tightening discipline; improving the capacity to respond to policies, remove obstacles and inadequacies; and promoting recovery and socio-economic development. It is also necessary to focus on resources investment and boost the quality of human resources, he added.
Prime Minister Chinh emphasised that evaluation is needed for both areas of building and perfecting institutions and organising law enforcement. Particular attention should be paid to policy communications during the law-making process and after the law is promulgated and put into practice, he said.