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April, 01 2014 09:36:00

Committee discusses judiciary structure

President Truong Tan Sang presided over the hearing, where participants put an emphasis on reforming the organisation and activities of the Supreme People's Court and provincial and regional People's Courts.— VNA/VNS Photo Nguyen Khang

HA NOI (VNS)— The Central Steering Committee for Judicial Reform held a conference to discuss the revised draft laws on the Organisation of the People's Court and the People's Procuracy in Ha Noi yesterday.

President Truong Tan Sang, who is the head of the committee, presided over the hearing, where participants put an emphasis on reforming the organisation and activities of the Supreme People's Court and provincial and regional People's Courts.

Discussions on the organisation of People's Procuracies at all levels and reforming the organisation and operations of military judicial bodies were the main focus of the conference.

Concluding the session, President Sang stated that the projects and draft laws followed the 11th National Party Congress and recently revised constitutional regulations related to judicial reform.

He instructed the agencies in charge of preparing the projects and draft laws to listen to opinions from committee members in order to underpin the draft laws with sound and scientific arguments.

New matters emerging during the preparations must be researched and scrutinised on the basis of the policies of the Party and regulations outlined in the constitution.

The draft laws should be ready for submission to the National Assembly at its upcoming 7th session scheduled for May, he added. — VNS

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