Ceremony to mark 3rd anniversary of Myanmar Law Information System held

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Union Attorney-General Office organized the 3rd anniversary of the Myanmar Law Information System (MLIS) establishment yesterday.
Union Attorney-General Dr Thida Oo pointed out that MLIS had been developed at www.mlis.gov.mm with the help of KOICA and the Ministry of Legislation (MOLEG) of Korea on 24 May 2018 to provide law-related information. Now, it reaches its third full year. The free MLIS is the very first system established in Myanmar among the ASEAN countries. A total of 10,761 data are added to the system to date, and there are 1,260,000 views.
She then highlighted the objectives for the establishment of MLIS as a Law Library for the people, including law researchers, law students and lawmakers, and the new category of Legal Translation Commission containing the law terms translated by the commission.
The efforts of the UAG Office to establish MLIS can assist the government when it implements an e-government system. Therefore, the ministry concerned should send their law-related data in a timely manner to be able to express on MLIS as an e-Law Library.
Present at the ceremony were Deputy Attorney-General U San Lwin, the Permanent Secretaries of Ministries, Directors-General, Deputy Directors-General and Directors of the UAG Office. – MNA

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