President of Vietnam requests serious handling of economic, corruption casesStaff Writer | January 10, 2018
President Tran Dai Quang asked the Supreme People’s Court to seriously deal with major criminal cases, especially those regarding economic activities and corruption.
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The President suggested that the Supreme People’s Court should build its image of being friendly, close and helpful to the people; protecting justice, human and citizen rights, socialism, State interests, and legitimate rights and interests of individuals and organisations.
On the occasion, the State leader praised the court sector for working closely with agencies concerned to thoroughly and cautiously consider cases that went on trial years ago and claimed innocence, some of them have been justified, thus ensuring legitimate rights and interests of citizens.
The court reported that a number of cases were prosecuted promptly and strictly last year.
From October 1, 2016 – September 30, 2017, courts nationwide dealt with 438,625 cases, equivalent to 89.3 percent of the total. The number of cases being handled and already handled rose by 8.3 percent and 6.1 percent, respectively.
The number of cancelled and revised verdicts accounted for 1.3 percent, meeting the National Assembly’s requirement.
Progress was also seen in the settlement of civil and administrative cases. Up to 53.3 percent of civil cases were mediated successfully. ■