Major General Duong Van Thang, Deputy Chief Justice of the Supreme People’s Court and Chief Justice of the Central Military Court, chaired the event which saw the attendance of Major General Chu Van Doan, Vice Secretary of the Party Committee of the General Staff of the Vietnam People’s Army and Director of the Political Department under the General Staff.

Major Generals Duong Van Thang and Chu Van Doan present the appointment decision to and congratulate Colonel Pham Minh Khoi.

Under the State President’s decisions, Colonel Pham Minh Khoi, Chief Judge of the Hanoi Military Court is appointed as high-level judge; examiner Lieutenant Colonel Do Ngoc Binh as intermediate judge, and two secretaries Senior Captains Hoang Thi Phuong Nhung and Nguyen Thi Mai as low-level judges.

Addressing the event, General Doan congratulated the newly-appointed officials and stressed that the appointment is to recognize their great efforts and shows their honor and responsibility. He hoped that the new judges will promote their responsibility, morality of a justice and noble images of Uncle Ho’s soldiers, continue to improve their professional expertise, and give right adjudication for the right persons and right crimes, contributing to maintaining political security, order and security in localities and strengthening the combat strength of military units in general and of the General Staff in particular.

Delegates, the newly-appointed justices and other personnel of the Hanoi Military Court in a joint photo

On behalf of the newly-appointed judges, Colonel Pham Minh Khoi thanked higher levels’ leaders for their direction to and thoughtfulness for the Hanoi Military Court. He promised to be absolutely loyal to the Fatherland, the people, and the Constitution of the Socialist Republic of Vietnam. He will always observe law, keep sense of justice, and firm stance to execute justice and defend the right. He will self-improve and practice probity and keep honor of a justice as well as complete all assignments under the motto “impartiality.”

Translated by Mai Huong