The one-door judicial mechanism is expected to be a new online system that will update and link judicial information systems. (Photo: phapluat.online.vn)

Hanoi (VNA) – The adoption of a one-door mechanism at civil judgement enforcement agencies must be expedited across the country to allow the judicial systems to go online, officials said.

Deputy Minister of Justice Tran Tien Dung made the statement at a recent conference reviewing judicial activities in the first half of this year.

The one-door judicial mechanism is expected to be a new online system that will update and link judicial information systems. Relevant ministries, agencies and individuals will share the same software system as a way to increase efficiency and transparency and to help reduce the need for citizens to travel.

Figures from the ministry showed that there are nearly 9,900 lawyers and nearly 2,100 public employees working in the sector across the country.

In the first six months of this year, the ministry has completed key tasks, producing 169 documents detailing the laws that will come into effect on July 1, evaluating 151 draft legal documents and 61 international treaties and checking for and discovering 58 illegal documents.

In particular, the ministry has launched a pilot birth registration software in Hanoi, Ho Chi Minh City, Da Nang, Hai Phong and Nghe An province. By July 5, more than 149,830 births were registered via the software.

In the second half of the year, Deputy Minister Dung said the ministry will focus on drafting the amended Law on State Compensation Liability and the amended Law on Legal Aid.

The ministry will also study and compile the Law on Asset Registration while continuing to monitor and supervise the relevant ministries and sectors in the drafting of amended laws on investment and trade.-VNA