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National Assembly Chairman Nguyen Sinh Hung speaks at the conference (Source: VNA)

National Assembly Chairman Nguyen Sinh Hung speaks at the conference (Source: VNA)

National Assembly Chairman Nguyen Sinh Hung has urged the Government to take more drastic measures to improve the prevention, detection and settlement of law violations and crimes.

Hung made the request in Hanoi on January 23 while co-chairing a NA Standing Committee conference to implement the revised Anti-Corruption Law and Resolution No. 37/2012/QH.

He stressed that the focus of the revised law and resolution is to stop legal violations and crimes increasing.

The Government should coordinate with the Party Central Committee’s Commissions for Organisation and the Interior in restructuring the Central Steering Committee on Corruption Prevention, he said.

For the resolution to succeed, Hung emphasised that closer examination and supervision of its implementation is required.

He noted that it is the first time the NA has issued a crime prevention and judicial resolution, reflecting the Party and State’s focus on the issue.

The purpose of the resolution is to create positive changes in crime prevention in 2013, ensuring a better life for people, boosting socio-economic development and maintaining political security, social order and safety, he said.

At the conference, the NA Chairman praised the Government, ministries, the People’s Procuracy, the People’s Court and relevant agencies’ efforts in 2012 to fight legal violations, crimes and corruption.

However, he pointed out shortcomings and limitations, such as complicated developments in law violations, crimes and corruption activities, inadequate court hearings and poor education for criminals.-VNA

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