NA faces fiscal disclosure rules (23-02-2007) HA NOI — Candidates for seats in the National Assembly or on local People's Councils nationwide, as well as many current officeholders, would have to make public disclosures of their property and income under a draft decree being considered by the Government. In the draft decree, the Government Inspectorate has made detailed proposals regarding who would have to report their assets and incomes and how they would do it. If the draft is approved, the new public disclosure and reporting requirements would be enforced in the coming general elections to be held in May, in which voters will select the 12th National Assembly and People's Councils at provincial, district and commune levels. The draft would impose an absolute requirement on full-time National Assembly deputies, People's Council members, and candidates for these positions to make financial disclosures. Deputies who work full time and professionally meet on a more regular basis to debate proposed laws, while other deputies gather only twice a year during regular National Assembly sessions for debates on final drafts of proposed laws and to vote on the passage of legislation. A new point in the draft decree would be imposing financial requirements… Read full this story
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