A Vietnamese delegation from the Central Steering Committee for Judicial Reform led by the committee’s deputy head Le Thi Thu Ba is on a working visit to the United Kingdom (UK) to study the country’s judicial activities.

During the four-day visit from October 24-November 2, the delegation had meetings with representatives from the UK’s Department of Justice, the Supreme Court and the House of Lords. The Vietnamese guests have also held working sessions with the country’s lawyers as well as lecturers from the School of Law and Social Sciences under the University of East London.

The delegation head told the Vietnam News Agency’s correspondents in London that through meetings, the delegation learnt from the UK’s experience related to judicial field, as well as get an insight into its personnel training models for the judicial sector and legal professions.

She said the knowledge will be useful for Vietnam as the country is undertaking extensive judicial reforms.

She added that many laws related to justice organs’ organisation and operation such as the People’s Court, People’s Procuracy and criminal investigation agencies will be revised and approved by the National Assembly so as to concretise the 2013 Constitution.-VNA