Vietnam shares experiences in prevention of judicial malpractice

Vietnam shares experiences in prevention of judicial malpractice - ảnh 1
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(VOVworld) – Vietnam wants to learn from international experiences in preventing judicial malpractice to improve its system.
Addressing a conference in Hanoi on Tuesday, Le Thi Thu Ba, Deputy Director of the Central Steering Committee for Judicial Reform, said that malpractice and corruption were hindering judicial activity. Thus the committee should exert more efforts to reduce negative practices to make the system stronger and more transparent.
Ms Thu Ba said: “The conference offers Vietnam an opportunity to learn from other experiences in corruption prevention to reform its judicial system in the future. I call on delegates to focus on how to identify corruption and draw useful experiences from other countries which could be applied to Vietnam.
Foreign experts at the meeting presented measures to identify bad practices and control corruption among the judiciary, and discussed issues faced by Vietnam’s judicial control system. They also underlined the need to apply a system for supervising trials, and to build a code of ethics for judges.