Related ministries and agencies have responded to 1,672 out of the total 1,678 petitions from voters at the ongoing second session of the National Assembly (NA).
The news was released by the NA Standing Committee on Wednesday.
Bodies of the NA, the Government, ministries, agencies, the Supreme People's Court, the People's Supreme Procuracy collected and fundamentally answered voters’ questions at the second session, the Committee said.
The majority of voters called for amending Law on Land, the Anti-Corruption Law, the Penal Code and the Criminal Procedure Code and issuing the Minimum Wage Law.
However, the NA Standing Committee said some issues have not been quickly clarified by certain ministries and agencies./.
Source: VGP News
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