Addressing the event, Nguyen Thanh Tinh said that digital transformation is a major policy of the Vietnamese Party and State in recent years. In that context, the Ministry of Justice identifies it as an important task that contributes to improving the validity and efficiency of its State management as well as the quality of public services.

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The ministry has issued digital transformation programs and set out goals to implement the government's relevant policies. To date, all administrative procedures under the management of the ministry have been connected to the National Public Service Portal. This helps to create favorable conditions for people and enterprises and improves the management and administration capacity of all-level authorities, thus contributing to promoting economic growth and increasing national competitiveness, he said.

Ramla Khalidi stated that digital transformation can contribute to achieving the objectives of building a modern and professional justice system that is transparent, accountable, and accessible to everyone.

When being well conceived and designed, electronic justice initiatives can effectively expand access to justice for vulnerable individuals and communities.

Ambassador Giorgio Aliberti stressed access to justice needs to keep pace with social developments, including digital transformation. And coordinated efforts are needed to fully benefit from digital technologies in judicial proceedings, including cross-border judicial cooperation.

Source: VNA