On the morning of November 21, Chief Justice of the Supreme People’s Court (People’s Court) Nguyen Hoa Binh reported to the National Assembly on the work of the court sector in 2023.
Chief Justice of the Supreme People’s Court Nguyen Hoa Binh reported on the morning of November 21
Chief Justice Nguyen Hoa Binh said that regarding criminal cases, the adjudication of criminal cases is guaranteed to be strict and lawful, and no case has been found to have resulted in a verdict. unjust sentence innocent person. Litigation quality is guaranteed.
According to Chief Justice Nguyen Hoa Binh, cases under the supervision and direction of the Central Steering Committee on Anti-Corruption and Negligence will be held by the courts seriously, on schedule, and in accordance with the law. in the spirit of no restricted areas and no exceptions. There have been strict trials of many economic and corruption cases that have caused particularly large losses and received great attention from public opinion. Courts have imposed strict penalties on masterminds, leaders, and abusers of positions to appropriate large State assets; announced the recovery of money and assets in many economic and corruption cases.
Regarding civil, marriage and family, business, trade and labor cases, the courts have resolved and adjudicated 87.04% of the cases handled, 9.04% higher than the average. target assigned by the National Assembly Resolution (over 78%). The rate of judgments and decisions canceled or amended due to subjective reasons meets the requirements set by the National Assembly Resolution. Focus on effectively implementing conciliation work; Minimize the possibility of leaving a judgment beyond the time limit prescribed by law; Improve the quality of mutual legal assistance work.
Regarding administrative cases, the courts have resolved and adjudicated 75.07% of accepted cases, reaching a rate exceeding 15.07% of the target assigned by the National Assembly Resolution (over 60%). Courts focus on organizing dialogue between parties; Strengthen coordination with relevant agencies during the case resolution process; Organizing 1,034 online trials helped limit the need to postpone multiple court hearings and reduce frustration for litigants.
In addition, the Supreme People’s Court completed the dossier on the Law on Organization of the People’s Courts (amended) to submit to the National Assembly at the 6th session in accordance with the requirements of the law; submitted to the National Assembly Standing Committee to promulgate the Ordinance on the order and procedures for considering and deciding on the application of administrative handling measures at the People’s Court; Complete the project file for the centralized litigation costs ordinance; Develop a profile of the Juvenile Justice Law Project to report to the National Assembly; Coordinated with ministries and branches to develop 13 law projects…
The Chief Justice of the Supreme People’s Court announced 14 precedents, bringing the total number of passed precedents to 70. To date, there have been 1,617 judgments and decisions of courts citing and applying precedents. Thus, the skill of applying case law in trial has gradually become popular and improved.
People’s Courts at all levels have coordinated with the People’s Procuracy to organize 17,093 trials to learn from experience (an increase of 3,855 trials compared to the previous year), thereby providing training through trial practice and promoting the sense of responsibility of judges, improving Experience in organizing trials. Well organize training classes for judicial positions; Strengthen training for people’s jurors and mediators. Admissions and university training are carried out in accordance with regulations.
In addition, in promoting reform of judicial administrative procedures and digital transformation in courts, the Supreme People’s Court continues to focus on well implementing the “One-stop Judicial Administration” model, innovating process and procedures for receiving and handling work in the direction of simplifying and shortening the time to resolve requests from agencies, organizations and citizens when having work related to the court.
The Chief Justice of the Supreme People’s Court has issued a circular regulating the random assignment of judges to resolve and adjudicate cases and matters under the court’s jurisdiction to ensure impartiality, objectivity, and fairness. The Supreme People’s Court is piloting an online public justice service to collect and pay advance court fees and court fees on the National Public Service Portal at 35 People’s Courts of districts, towns and cities in the province.