HCMC – The Ministry of Justice will step up the enforcement of civil court decisions next year, especially those related to the banking sector.
To this end, the ministry will focus on improving regulations on implementation of civil and administrative court decisions, consolidating staff, improving receipt of complaints from citizens, and boosting the use of advanced technology, according to a newly-issued plan for 2017.
Deputy Minister Tran Tien Dung said the successful execution of civil court decisions concerning the banking sector will help facilitate provision of credit for enterprises and citizens.
One of top solutions for next year’s plan is to boost administrative reform and application of high tech to cut time and cost and ensure transparency of information.
According to the ministry, nearly 530,430 civil court decisions have been enforced this year, up 8.53% higher than the original target.
Source: The Saigon Times