Parliamentarians are expected to pass a bill on the amendment and supplementations to the Law on National Assembly Organisation and a bill on the amendment and supplementations to article 73 of the Labour Law.
Once the revised Labour Law is approved, workers and public employees will have one more holiday on the death anniversary of Hung Kings, legendary Viet Nam founders, on the 10th day of the 3rd lunar month, bringing the total of national holidays to nine.
The meeting is also scheduled to discuss two other bills, one on amnesty and the other on chemicals. Also to be discussed are the reports on the enforcement of the Law on Corruption Combat and the Law on Thrift Practice.
High on the agenda is the Government's report on the socio-economic targets and the State budget's balance in 2006 and plans for implementing 2007 targets.
The 2007 targets include key national projects such as the Dun g Quat refinery, a trans-national Highway named after President Ho Chi Minh, a Gas, Electricity and Fertiliser Complex in the southernmost province of Ca Mau, and the Son La hydro-electric power plant.
A number of reports will also be delivered at the meeting, including reports from the National Assembly and its agencies on their work in the 11th legislature as well as from the State President, the Prime Minister, the President of the Supreme People's Court and the Chief of the Supreme People's Procuracy on their work in the 2002-07 term.
Director of the National Assembly Office Bui Ngoc Thanh emphasised at a press briefing on March 16 that hearings will also be held, focusing on the burning issues of major public concerns.