NA deputies hear Cape Town treaty joining

Created 06 June 2014
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Deputies at the seventh session of the 13 th National Assembly on June 5 heard a presentation on the country’s joining of the Cape Town Convention on International Interests in Mobile Equipment and Aircraft Protocol. 


The presentation was delivered by President Truong Tan Sang. 

They were later provided with the content of the Cape Town Convention and Aircraft Protocol by Ministry of Transport Dinh La Thang, and a report examining the joining of the Convention by Chairman of the NA’s Committee for External Relations Tran Van Hang. 

Earlier, at their plenary session in the morning, the deputies debated the revised bill on the Law of Organisation of the People’s Procuracy. 

Under the chair of National Assembly Chairman Nguyen Sinh Hung, 27 deputies voiced their opinions on functions, authority, tasks and organisation of the People’s Procuracy. 

In the afternoon, they commented on the bill on management and use of State capital invested in production and business.


Source: VNA

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