The execution of civil judgments recorded good results in the first half of this year, with 314,000 cases being handled, up 3 percent against the same period last year, heard a teleconference on July 10.
According to Deputy Minister of Justice Phan Chi Hieu, the law making continued the leading key task in the reviewed period.
Thirteen out of 14 draft laws and resolutions were submitted to the National Assembly for approval, including those related to investment and business management, and administrative reform to facilitate businesses’ activities.
The Ministry of Justice, legal organisations of ministries, sectors and local-level judicial agencies continued showing good performance in the work, contributing to improving the quality of assessment of legal documents.
Over 5,100 draft legal documents being assessed during January-June.
The Ministry of Justice drastically instructed the implementation of tasks assigned by the Government and the Prime Minister, while actively working with relevant ministries and sectors to promptly overcome difficulties in the work.
However, participant said several ministries, sectors and localities were still embarrassed in implementing new regulations of the 2015 Law on Promulgation of Legal Documents and the Government’s Decree No. 34/2016/ND-CP stipulating in detail a number of provisions and measures on the implementation of the Law.
They pointed out the ministry’s lack of breakthrough solutions to issues relating to civic status and nationality for children who were born to Vietnamese citizens and foreigners living in Vietnam.
In the second half, the justice sector will focus on the time and quality of draft laws to be submitted to the NA’s fourth session as well as draft laws belonging to the law and ordinance building programme for 2018.
The ministry will organise the enforcement of new laws and resolutions, including those on State management, asset auction, information access, handling bad debt of credit organisations.