Vietnam, China share experience in law making

by NDO/VNA04 November 2021 Last updated at 18:00 PM

Vietnamese delegates attend the meeting in Hanoi. (Photo: VNA)
Vietnamese delegates attend the meeting in Hanoi. (Photo: VNA)

The National Assembly’s Committee for Legal Affairs and the Constitution and Law Committee of the Chinese National People’s Congress (NPC) exchanged experience in law building during their online talks on November 4.

The Vietnamese side briefed Chinese officials on the process of law making in Vietnam and the role of the Committee for Legal Affairs and other NA agencies in this regard.

They also shared experience in building laws on environmental protection and agriculture.

The Chinese side talked about lessons they learnt in making laws on civil and criminal affairs, and in the COVID-19 prevention and control.

The participants held that the meeting offers a good opportunity for the two sides to enhance their mutual understanding and learn from each other’s experience, thus contributing to consolidating cooperation, and boosting political trust between the two committees as well as the two Parties, States and peoples.

The two sides agreed to maintain information exchange and collaboration through suitable formats in line with the cooperation agreement reached by the Vietnamese NA and the NPC in 2015, and the spirit of the online talks between NA Chairman Vuong Dinh Hue and Chairman of the NPC Standing Committee Li Zhanshu on June 17 this year.

On this occasion, head of the NA Committee for Legal Affairs Hoang Thanh Tung thanked the Chinese Party, State and people for their donations of COVID-19 vaccines and medical supplies to Vietnam, and asked China to continue to assist and share its experience in pandemic response in the time ahead.


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