Addressing the conference, President Truong Tan Sang commended thesector for the workload it had completed despite limited humanresources, noting that the number of cases has been increasing by anaverage of 10-15 percent each year. The sector has also reduced thenumber of overdue cases by half, at the same time creating remarkableimprovements in the guidance of law implementation.
The President noted that with the revised Constitution taking effectfrom January 1, the court sector has the task of concretising thestipulations of the revised Constitution relating to judicial rights.The sector must also conduct systematic and comprehensive research onthe jurisdiction of courts and judging councils.
Healso asked the Supreme People’s Court to continue strengthening itsstaff in terms of both professional and ethical qualifications.
In mapping out tasks for 2014, the conference agreed to prioritiseimplementing judicial reform in line with the Party and NationalAssembly’s resolutions. Simultaneously, the sector will carry on withreforms of court procedures in the direction of ensuring democracy,transparency and publicity in accordance with the law.
At the same time, courts at all levels will focus on handling majorcases, particularly those involving corruption, while promoting theirreconciliation role in civil disputes and encouraging dialogue inadministrative cases.-VNA
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