Coordination body of Rule of Law Department and Judiciary Fairness holds sixth meeting

Union Attorney-General U Tun Tun Oo attends the sixth meeting of the Coordination body of Rule of Law Department and Judiciary Fairness in Nay Pyi Taw. Photo: MNA
Union Attorney-General U Tun Tun Oo attends the sixth meeting of the Coordination body of Rule of Law Department and Judiciary Fairness in Nay Pyi Taw. Photo: MNA

The sixth meeting of the Coordination body of Rule of Law department and judiciary fairness was held at Amara Hotel in Nay Pyi Taw at 9am yesterday.
U Tun Tun Oo, the Union Attorney-General and also Chairman of the Coordination body, said the government is giving priority for the development of rule of law and the justice sector and implementing in respective sectors. The round table discussion on public justice and rule of law involving the Union Supreme Court, Union Attorney General’s Office, Anti-Corruption Commission, Myanmar Police Force, and Advocate had been broadcasted recently.
He said, the conference on Justice Sector Coordination for Rule of Law held on March was aimed to evaluate a strategic plan to promote the rule of law and garner procedures to proceed with the coordinating body, with four goals and six topics discussed during the conference. The Coordination Body’s Strategic Plan (2018-2022) was compiled in accordance with outcomes from the discussions and a draft of the Strategic Plan will be approved in the meeting. The tasks of the coordinating committee and sub-coordinating committees will be reviewed in accordance with their work condition.
The Union Attorney-General said within over one year of forming the sub-coordinating groups, about 750 public reports have been received and regarding the reports, they have also coordinated between respective organizations.
The progression from the tasks of sub-coordinating committees have been seen and he discussed that respective departments, civil society organizations and international partner organizations will have to support and collaborate in the strategic plan.
The confirmation of the strategic plan, review on the tasks of sub-coordinating groups, sharing of working experiences, discussion for the effective work and designation on the processes which should be continued were discussed and advised on.
In the meeting, the Chairman of the Joint group Committee for Rule of Law and Justice Fairness, the Deputy Chairman, members and advisors of the coordinating committee were present. — MNA

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