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Sunday, June 11, 2023
Tags: administrative violations
Party Central Committee sets out major tasks and solutions for further improving the socialist law-ruled state in the coming time Party Central Committee sets out major tasks and solutions for further improving the socialist law-ruled state in the coming time
On November 9, 2022, the 6th plenum of the 13th Party Central Committee adopted Resolution 27-NQ/TW on continuing to build and complete the Vietnamese socialist rule-of-law state in the new period. Vietnam Law & Legal Forum magazine would like to introduce to readers the full text of this Resolution.
Law on Domestic Violence Prevention and Control Law on Domestic Violence Prevention and Control
The 2022 Law on Domestic Violence Prevention and Control, which will supersede its 2007 predecessor from July 1 this year, aims to improve the regulations on domestic violence prevention and control toward strengthening measures to protect human rights in accordance with the 2013 Constitution and raise the effectiveness and efficiency of state and social institutions as well as uphold the role of families in this field.
NA Standing Committee opens 20th session NA Standing Committee opens 20th session
The National Assembly (NA) Standing Committee commenced its 20th session in Hanoi on February 13 morning.
Ordinance on Administrative Sanctioning of Acts Obstructing Proceedings Ordinance on Administrative Sanctioning of Acts Obstructing Proceedings
The Ordinance on Administrative Sanctioning of Acts Obstructing Proceedings , which was passed on August 18, 2022, by the Standing Committee of the 15th National Assembly, aims to create an adequate legal framework for administrative sanctioning of acts obstructing proceedings.
Responsibilities of business entities in consumer information protection under Vietnams current legislation Responsibilities of business entities in consumer information protection under Vietnam’s current legislation
This article analyzes current regulations on responsibilities of business organizations and individuals in consumer information protection and proposes recommendations for improvement of these regulations.
How to prevent and control health staff assaults? How to prevent and control health staff assaults?
Despite the rising assaults and violence against medical workers, most hospitals still lack necessary equipment and personnel to deal with unexpected security events. It is not to mention the fact that training to improve professional skills for health workers and security guards in conflict situations has neither been conducted regularly nor met requirements.
New rule aims for more transparent bond market New rule aims for more transparent bond market
The Government on September 16 issued Decree 65, revising a number of articles of Decree 153, on private placement and trading of privately placed corporate bonds in the domestic market and offering of corporate bonds to the international market. This is expected to create a healthier corporate bond market for both bond issuers and investors.
Frequent legal compliance issues of enterprises in Vietnam Frequent legal compliance issues of enterprises in Vietnam
In this article, lawyers from Asia Legal, a business law firm operating in Vietnam, point out frequent legal issues of enterprises in the country, which mostly stem from their administrative violations and consequently will result in fines and sanctions under the relevant regulations.
More efforts needed to remove EC fisheries warning More efforts needed to remove EC fisheries warning
Although the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development and the fisheries sector have strived to adjust their management over the fishing activities by fishermen in a bid to remove the "yellow card" warning imposed by the European Commission over illegal, unreported and unregulated fishing, more efforts are still needed, according to insiders.
Decree to address violations in the field of belief and religion necessary: deputy minister Decree to address violations in the field of belief and religion necessary: deputy minister
Deputy Minister of Home Affairs Vu Chien Thang spoke to Vietnam News Agency about the draft of a separate decree on the sanctioning of administrative violations in the field of belief and religion, which aims to encourage organizations and individuals to respect the law and the limits when performing religious and belief activities.

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