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Vietnam learns from Mexico’s judicial reform

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A Vietnamese delegation from the Central Steering Committee for Judicial Reform led by the committee’s deputy head Le Thi Thu Ba has made a working visit to Mexico to study the country’s experience in judicial reform.

During its four-day visit f rom November 24-27, the delegation had meetings with representatives from Mexico’s judicial and legal sectors, including the Attorney General’s Ofice ( PGR ), Mexico City’s Supreme Court of Justice, the Supreme Court of Justice of the Nation (SCJN) and the Federal Council of the Judiciary.

During the working sessions, the two sides discussed issues related to investigation and legal procedure, the reform of human rights institutions, judicial activities, the policy on gender and the coordination between authorities and agencies in law enforcement at all levels.

The delegation learned about regulations and functions of Mexico’s judicial agencies at each level as well as the content and orientations for judicial reform in the coming time.

The Vietnamese delegation was received by Ricardo Garza, politburo member of the Mexico Labour Party (PT) on Nov. 26.

At the reception, the two sides informed each other of the socio-economic situation in their respective countries and compared notes on regional and international issues of common concerns.

Both sides affirmed their determination to further promote the relations between the two parties, thus contributing to consolidating and deepening multifaceted cooperation between the two countries for mutual benefit of their people.

Le Thi Thu Ba, who is also member of the Communist Party of Vietnam’s Central Committee and deputy head of the Party Central Committee’s Office, conveyed an invitation from President Truong Tan Sang to the PT’s Secretary General Alberto Anaya Gutierrez to visit Vietnam.-VNA
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