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Brief news 13/12/2014


Fourth ASEAN Chief Justices’ Roundtable opens
 The fourth ASEAN Chief Justices’ Roundtable on the role of the judiciary in environmental protection opened on December 13th in Hanoi by the Supreme People’s Court of Vietnam with the support of the Asian Development Bank (ADB).
This regional multilateral forum of ASEAN Chief Justices aims to confirm the role and the vision of judiciary in an effort of protecting environment. At this forum, chief justices and magistrates will share their experience, national and international laws on environmental protection and discuss effective measures to control challenges towards the environment.
Coast Guard Region 2 receives third-class Fatherland Defence Order
The Coast Guard Region2 on December 12th held a ceremony in Nui Thanh district of Quang Na
m province to receive the third-class Fatherland Defence Orderanddecision to rename the region the Command of Coast Guard Region 2.
Special TV program “Glorious Uncle Ho’s Soldiers” aired
A special interactive TV program themed “Glorious Uncle Ho’s soldiers” was aired on December 12th connecting 5 localities of Cao Bang, Hanoi, Quang Binh, Dong Nai and Ho Chi Minh City. As one of the activities to celebrate the 70th founding anniversary of the Vietnam People’s Army (December 22nd 1944 – December 22nd2014) and the 25th whole people’s national defense day (December 22nd1989 – December 22nd2014), the program deeply depicted the glorious missions of the heroic Vietnam People’s Army over the past 70 years.
PM demonstrates strong resolve to improve business environment
Viet Nam can absolutely improve its business environment by reforming administrative procedures, said PM Nguyen Tan Dung during his meeting with voters in Hai Phong.
In Vietnam, upstream forests chopped down as authorities deliberately deny responsibility
Special forests in a sanctuary in the central Vietnamese province of Quang Nam are home to gold mining and logging, but the local forest management unit denies responsibility for letting these activities run rampant.

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