Legislators to discuss socio-economic development issues
Socio-economic development issues and a draft amended Law on Drug Prevention and Control will be high on agenda at the 10th session of the 14th-tenure National Assembly on November 2.
Legislators will discuss socio-economic development issues and a draft
amended Law on Drug Prevention and Control on November 2.
In the morning, Minister of Agriculture and Rural Development Nguyen Xuan Cuong and Chairman of the National Assembly's Committee for Science, Technology and Environment Phan Xuan Dung will deliver a proposal and verification report, respectively, on shifting forest land for other purposes to build Than river reservoir in Ninh Thuan province and Mong village reservoir in Nghe An province.
Legislators will discuss in groups the outcomes of the implementation of socio-economic development and state budget plans in 2020 socio-economic development plan and budget estimate and allocation in 2021 several tasks and solutions for socio-economic development during 2021-2025 the national target programmes on new-style rural development and sustainable poverty reduction during 2021-2025 medium-term public investment plans for the period, and replacing land for the construction of reservoirs in the two provinces.
The deputies will spend the whole afternoon debating the amended Law on Drug Prevention and Control.
They will give opinions on the amended contents, which include state budget to ensure the construction of drug detoxification facilities, organisation of compulsory detoxification, and financial support for addicts who voluntarily register for a detoxification programme.
The amended law also encourages the establishment of private detoxification centres as well as preferential policies for individuals and organisations who invest in the facilities.
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