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Official Gazette

Monday, April 12, 2021
Tags: the Ministry of Public Security
Stiff fines proposed to prevent personal data leakage Stiff fines proposed to prevent personal data leakage
Personal data processors that violate regulations on personal data would be subject to a maximum fine of VND 80-100 million (USD 3,400-4,300), according to the second draft of a decree on protection of personal data formulated by the Ministry of Public Security (MPS).
Prevention and combat of corruption in management and protection of precious and rare wildlife Prevention and combat of corruption in management and protection of precious and rare wildlife
Vietnam is amongst countries with high biodiversity in the world where the livelihoods of many people depend on the nature. Unfortunately, the existence of many wildlife species in the country is in danger. There are numerous reasons behind this sad situation and corruption is believed to be one of main causes as it promotes illegal wildlife trade and, therefore, threatens the survival and sustainability of wildlife species.
National population database citizen ID card management system make debut National population database, citizen ID card management system make debut
The national database on population, and a citizen ID card issuance and management system made debut on February 25 in the presence of Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc.
Vietnams criminal procedure law on criminal cases involving foreigners: ambiguities and proposed solutions Vietnam’s criminal procedure law on criminal cases involving foreigners: ambiguities and proposed solutions
The principle of use of language in criminal proceedings is a fundamental one of Vietnam’s criminal procedure law. Accordingly, the language used in criminal proceedings is Vietnamese, both in writing and orally.
New Law on Public-Private Partnership in Vietnam New Law on Public-Private Partnership in Vietnam
On June 18, 2020, the National Assembly of Vietnam passed the long awaited Law on Public-Private Partnership (PPP Law) which establishes an umbrella legal framework for all PPP projects and aims to attract more private investment to the development of Vietnam’s infrastructure. This article looks at some of the key changes under the Law, some positive and some less so, with respect to making the PPP framework more appealing to private sector developers, investors and lenders.
Foreign e-commerce traders to be under control Foreign e-commerce traders to be under control
Foreign traders and organizations that set up websites with Vietnamese domain names or in Vietnamese language or establish e-commerce trading floors with 100,000 transactions per year from Vietnam would have to register e-commerce activities with competent agencies.
Exit postponement under Vietnams criminal procedure Law Exit postponement under Vietnam’s criminal procedure Law
As defined in the 2015 Criminal Procedure Code, exit postponement is a deterrent measure in criminal procedure that may be imposed on persons against whom denunciations or criminal case initiation proposals are made, the accused or defendants when there are sufficient valid grounds (to believe that they have committed an offense) in order to prevent them from leaving the country for a given period of time while their criminal case initiation, investigation, prosecution or trial are carried out.
Draft tightens insurers responsibility for indemnifying motor vehicle owners Draft tightens insurers’ responsibility for indemnifying motor vehicle owners
The Ministry of Finance has proposed changes to Decree 103 of 2008 regarding compulsory civil liability insurance of motor vehicle owners, aiming to facilitate motor vehicle owners’ participation in civil liability insurance and increase responsibility of insurance firms.
Procedures for issuance of chip-based ID cards to be simplified Procedures for issuance of chip-based ID cards to be simplified
From the beginning of 2021, citizens would not be required to fill in declarations in paper form when applying for issuance, renewal and reissuance of chip-based ID cards, according to a draft circular prepared by the Ministry of Public Security (MPS).
New fireworks rules to come into effect on January 11 New fireworks rules to come into effect on January 11
To An Xo, chief of the Office of the Ministry of Public Security (MoPS), talks to the press about Decree No 137/2020/ND-CP on the management and use of firecrackers and fireworks that will come into effect from January 11 next year.

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