15th National Assembly elect Vice Chairmen, members of Standing Committee
Members of the NA Standing Committee. (Photo: VNA)
NDO/VNA – The 15th National Assembly elected Vice Chairmen and members of the Standing Committee of the legislative body in the afternoon of July 20, the first day of the first session of the 15th legislature.
All 483 deputies present at the sitting voted to adopt a resolution on the election of four NA Vice Chairmen, who are Tran Thanh Man, Nguyen Khac Dinh, Nguyen Duc Hai and Tran Quang Phuong.
Tran Thanh Man, born 1962, is a member of the 13th Politburo and was a deputy of the NA in the 13th and 14th tenures.
Nguyen Khac Dinh, born 1964, is a member of the 13th Party Central Committee and was a deputy of the NA in the 14th tenure.
Nguyen Duc Hai, born 1961, is a member of the 13th Party Central Committee and was a deputy of the NA in the 13th and 14th tenures.
Senior Lieutenant General Tran Quang Phuong, born 1961, is a member of the 13th Party Central Committee.
Later, the NA also adopted a resolution on the election of 13 members of the NA Standing Committee. As a result, the NA Standing Committee in the 15th tenure will comprise the NA Chairman, the four Vice NA Chairmen, and the 13 elected members.
Immediately after the election, the NA Standing Committee convened its first session to assign duties among the members and gave opinions on personnel work.
According to the day’s working programme, after the session, the committee is slated to submit to the NA a list of nominated candidates for the NA to elect the NA General Secretary, the Chairman of the Ethnic Council, Chairmen of the NA’s committees, and the Auditor General of the State Audit Office.
The NA then will discuss the list of nominees in groups.
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