Rule of Law Centre and Justice Sector Coordinating Body organizes 8th meeting

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Union Attorney-General U Tun Tun Oo participates in the virtual meeting of the Rule of Law Centre and Justice Sector Coordinating Body on 11 January 2021.  Photo : MNA

The Rule of Law Centre and Justice Sector Coordinating Body organized its 8th meeting yesterday morning via videoconferencing.
During the meeting, Coordinating Body Chairperson Union Attorney-General U Tun Tun Oo said that in order to implement the duties of the organization effectively, Coordination Sub-divisions had been formed in regions and states. He added that an advisory group comprising of experts was also formed.
He said that the “Conference on Justice Sector Coordinating for the Rule of Law” was held on 7-8 March, 2018 to develop the group’s strategic plan.
The Strategic Plan 2019-2023 with the theme “Justice for People” was drawn up in line with the recommendations of the participants of the conference and approved by the Union Government. Four goals — justice sector coordination, public trust, justice education and improving justice sector arrangements — have been set in the strategic plan.
The Union Attorney-General said that the organization published its standard procedures, and regularly organized meetings with the Sub-divisions. He added that public awareness campaigns were carried out in collaboration with international partners and the Sub-divisions.
He said that the standard practice includes procedures for receiving complaints, field inspection to the scene, raising public awareness and issues related to organizing meetings. He continued that if the Sub-divisions are able to comply with the standard procedures; rule of law and justice will be accessible to all citizens.
The Union Attorney-General also called on the Coordination Sub-divisions in regions and states and other relevant government organizations to work collaboratively for the justice sector.—MNA (Translated by Maung Maung Swe)

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