The Hà Nội Superior People’s Court yesterday held a meeting to publicly apologise to Vũ Ngọc Dương for giving him a wrong sentence of 30 months in jail.
President Trần Đại Quang has urged the judicial sector to focus on dealing with complaints and denunciations from people and to increase direct dialogues with citizens to prevent prolonged and complicated cases.
Việt Nam’s new law on State Compensation Liability is expected to create transparent mechanisms for compensating people mistreated by authorities, Deputy Minister of Justice Nguyễn Khánh Ngọc said yesterday.
The State needs to take responsibility and apologise to people who were wrongfully sentenced, National Assembly deputies said yesterday.
The first meeting session of the National Assembly this year will spend most of their time scrutinising 13 draft laws before voting to pass them, announced the NA Deputy General-Secretary Lê Bộ Lĩnh on Friday.
An hour-long war of words took place yesterday during a meeting of the National Assembly’s Standing Committee, with two business support organisations trying to play a major role in a new law.
The Law on State Compensation Liability should clarify damages and determine the level of compensation while simplifying procedures and shorten the time of resolution.
The adoption of a one-door mechanism at civil judgement enforcement agencies must be expedited across the country to allow online applications for enforcement in the coming period, officials said.