- PM interacts with NA members
Prime Minister Thongloun Sisoulith has welcomed the comments made by National Assembly members, after spending two days listening to debates.
Addressing the Assembly’s ongoing session on June 25, the premier said that from what lawmakers had discussed, he felt Assembly members clearly understood the difficulties faced by the government in implementing the 2020 national development plan.
- One-stop service ‘still can’t be implemented’: DPM
The one-stop service introduced by the government to enable the completion of service procedures at one location is still not implemented effectively, a deputy prime minister told parliament on Thursday..
- Authorities calm fears about worm treatment after children fall ill
Health authorities have confirmed that the intestinal worm drug Mebendazole posed no danger for children despite reports of some students having symptoms of nausea and vomiting after taking the antiparasitic medication.
This type of drug, specifically Mebendazole 500 mg, is focused at eliminating intestinal worms in 5-12-year-olds.