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Monday, August 8, 2022
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Vietnam makes active contributions to International Law Commission Vietnam makes active contributions to International Law Commission
Vietnamese Ambassador Nguyen Hong Thao has pledged to make more contributions to the progress and development of international law, for peace, friendship, cooperation and sustainable development in the world.
Country to celebrate Vietnamese language honor day on September 8 Country to celebrate Vietnamese language honor day on September 8
September 8 will become an annual day for honoring the Vietnamese language among the Vietnamese community abroad during 2023-30, according to the project to enhance oversea Vietnamese’s awareness about Vietnamese language’s beauty and value approved under Prime Minister Decision 930/QD-TTg on August 3.
Improvement in local governments performance in disclosure of land information a must: action research results suggest Improvement in local governments’ performance in disclosure of land information a must: action research results suggest
Access to local land use plans remains limited on a national scale despite the provisions of the 2013 Land Law and the 2016 Law on Access to Information which mandate the posting of local land use master plans and annual land use plans for public view in various forms, including on digital platforms. According to the 2021 PAPI survey, only one-fifth of respondents nationwide said they were aware of local land use plans since 2011.
Leaders pay tribute to late Japanese PM Shinzo Abe a great close loyal friend of Vietnam Leaders pay tribute to late Japanese PM Shinzo Abe, a "great, close, loyal friend" of Vietnam
Prime Minister Pham Minh Chinh led the high-level Vietnamese delegation to pay tribute to the late Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe at the Japanese Embassy in Hanoi on July 11.
Some legal loopholes with respect to the provisions on guarantee of the 2015 Civil Code Some legal loopholes with respect to the provisions on guarantee of the 2015 Civil Code
In addition to the commonly used security devices like charge and pledge, guarantee is often considered by parties an alternative, especially in the event that the securing party does not have adequate assets. The 2015 Civil Code, which officially took effect on January 1, 2017, introduces a number of changes in the provisions on guarantee. However, there exist problems around the provisions on guarantee which require further research and improvement. This article identifies the incompleteness and proposes recommendations in order to improve the Code’s provisions on guarantee.
Recruitment of mandarins in feudal Vietnam Recruitment of mandarins in feudal Vietnam
In feudal Vietnam from the 15th to 19th centuries, mandarins were recruited mainly through “nhiem tu”; “khoa cu”; and “tien cu” or “bao cu”. During the Ly and Tran dynasties (1009-1400), nhiem tu was the major method of recruitment, by which various positions in the central and local administrations were assigned to royal family members. This method continued to be used in subsequent periods although it was no longer the major one.
Vietnam seeks stronger trade education ties with UK Vietnam seeks stronger trade, education ties with UK
Vietnam wants to learn from the UK’s experience in promoting the role of public and private sectors, private governance and national governance in an effort to achieve commitments, including those made at the 26th United Nations Climate Change Conference of the Parties (COP26) in Glasgow last year, National Assembly Chairman Vuong Dinh Hue has said.
Protection of female victims under criminal procedure law Protection of female victims under criminal procedure law
This article analyzes the provisions on guarantee of rights and interests of female victims under the 2015 Criminal Procedure Code and proposes solutions for intensifying the protection of women as a vulnerable group in conformity with international law and legal conditions of Vietnam.
Action plan on development of the Mekong River delta released Action plan on development of the Mekong River delta released
By 2030, the Mekong River delta’s annual growth rate will increase by 6.5-7 percent with its economy’s size 2-2.5 times bigger than that in 2021.
UNCLOS significant to intl peace security: experts UNCLOS significant to int’l peace, security: experts
Experts in a recent TV talk show underscored the significance of the 1982 United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea (UNCLOS) and Vietnam’s engagement in this deal.

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