HA NOI (VNS) — The La Haye International Court of Justice found Viet Nam not guilty of the alleged violation of the Viet Nam – France Agreement on Encouragement and Protection of Investment.
The verdict was announced by Tran Tien Dung, chief executive of the office and spokesperson of the Ministry of Justice (MOJ), at a conference this morning to summarise the justice sector's activities in the last quarter of 2014. Other key operations in the fields of legal document assessment, legal document promulgation, administrative reform and civil status registration were also highlighted during the meeting.
As many as 4,408 birth certificates, 722 death certificates and 13,786 marriage certificates with foreign elements were issued in 2014.
IT implementation has proven to be an effective tool in assisting the ministry with handling and processing legal requests from citizens and foreigners in Viet Nam.
The MOJ's National Registration Agency for Secured Transactions recorded 89,961 online registration and information request forms from January 1 to November 30, which indicated an increase of 47.4 per cent compared with last year, according to a statistics report released by the ministry. — VNS