NA members push gov’t on addressing national issues

Revenue collection system modernisation, investment authorisation procedure improvement, and poverty reduction have topped the list of issues at the debate at the National Assembly session on April 25. NA members called on the government to accelerate its realisation of the plan for closing the leakage of state revenue and preventing the delay of business authorisation, which they also said delayed the country development. Yesterday was the second day of the ongoing ordinary session where NA members continued their debate surrounding the government’s report on its achievements of implementing the national socio-economic plan over the past half-year. In its report, the government says it has paid attention to state budget management and has promoted the modernisation of a revenue collection system, however, the government did not mention when the new system would be in service.

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