Bar Council holds 1/2022 meeting

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The first meeting 1/2022 of the Bar Council in progress.

The Bar Council organized its 1/2022 meeting in Nay Pyi Taw yesterday.
During the meeting, Union Minister for Legal Affairs Union Attorney-General Dr Thida Oo, in her capacity as chairperson of the council, said the Bar Council members will be able to work for the benefits of the people widely without political intentions. The Union Supreme Court transfers the complaints filed against the advocates to take proper actions according to the main procedures of the Bar Council. The council also organized the plenary session of the Union Supreme Court in seeking opinions on whether to take action under the Bar Council Act Section 10 (1) for violations of rules of conduct of lawyers and it takes proper actions that are conformity with the dignity, responsibilities and rights of the lawyers. In seeking views of Bar Council whether it objects regarding the applications for registrations of advocates, the Bar Council Enrolment Scrutinization Committee is organized to make comments as per enrol rules.
For the registration of advocates for the employees of respective ministries and those who completed the online Post Graduate Diploma in Law of the Yangon University of Distance, the Union Supreme Court inspects whether the submissions are conformity with the enrollment points of advocates and releases their opinions. Moreover, it also approves the complaints against advocates transferred by governmental organizations to send to Union Supreme Court to conduct the inspection.
The meeting was attended by the vice-chairman of the council Union Supreme Court Judge U Myo Tint and other law officers. — MNA

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