• New Points to Note in the Law Amending and Supplementing a Number of Articles of the Inland Waterway Traffic Law
  • New Points to Note in the Law Amending and Supplementing a Number of Articles of the Inland Waterway Traffic Law
  • 17:50, 11/07/2024
  • On June 17, 2014, the National Assembly passed the Law Amending and Supplementing Certain Provisions of the Inland Waterway Traffic Law (Amended and Supplemented Law), which came into effect on January 1, 2015. The Amended and Supplemented Law consists of 3 Articles, in which Article 1 contains 25 clauses, Article 2 contains 10 clauses, and Article 3 contains 3 clauses. Thus, after more than 9 years of implementing the Inland Waterway Traffic Law, the law has now been amended and supplemented to move towards greater perfection, in line with the realities of inland waterway traffic in our country. The Amended and Supplemented Law has clarified more about inland waterway traffic activities; the development of inland waterway traffic; inland waterway ports and wharves; operational conditions of vessels; the requirement for re-registration of vessels; imported vessels; taking the title of captain; taking the title of chief engineer; and inland waterway traffic search and rescue.
  • 9 New Points of the Law on Railways 2017
  • 9 New Points of the Law on Railways 2017
  • 17:01, 11/07/2024
  • Recently, the Office of the President held a press conference to announce the Order of the President on the publication of 12 Laws, including the amended Railway Law. The 2017 Railway Law consists of 10 chapters and 87 articles, increasing by 2 chapters and decreasing by 27 articles compared to the 2005 Railway Law. It contains comprehensive regulations governing all activities in the railway sector, playing an important role and having a significant impact on the development of the railway industry in particular and socio-economic development in general. The Law takes effect from July 1, 2018.
  • Upcoming Changes in the Training, Examination, and Issuance of Road Motor Vehicle Driving Licenses
  • Upcoming Changes in the Training, Examination, and Issuance of Road Motor Vehicle Driving Licenses
  • 15:47, 11/07/2024
  • The Directorate for Roads of Vietnam has taken the lead in drafting and submitting to the Ministry of Transport the Draft Circular on the training, examination, and issuance of road motor vehicle driver's licenses (hereinafter referred to as the Draft Circular), and the Ministry is currently seeking public comments on this Draft. How does the Draft Circular differ from the current regulations? Below are some key points for consideration.
  • Encountering Plainclothes Traffic Police: Note These Points to Avoid Unjust Fines
  • Encountering Plainclothes Traffic Police: Note These Points to Avoid Unjust Fines
  • 13:47, 11/07/2024
  • The law stipulates that the Traffic Police (CSGT) have the right to wear plain clothes while performing their duties. Taking advantage of this, many individuals have impersonated and claimed to be Traffic Police officers to stop and fine traffic participants. To avoid unjust fines and to have the most appropriate conduct when encountering this situation, you should note the following points:
  • Some New Points of the Road Traffic Law 2008
  • Some New Points of the Road Traffic Law 2008
  • 13:44, 11/07/2024
  • From July 1, 2008, the Law on Road Traffic takes effect. Compared to the Law on Road Traffic approved by the National Assembly on June 29, 2001, the Law on Road Traffic of 2008 has many new points.
  • Law on Road Traffic 2008: Some New Points to Note
  • Law on Road Traffic 2008: Some New Points to Note
  • 13:43, 11/07/2024
  • On November 13, 2008, the National Assembly passed the Road Traffic Law of 2008. This Law has many new points and regulations compared to the Road Traffic Law approved by the National Assembly on June 29, 2001. Below are some notes for traffic participants when the new Law officially takes effect from July 1, 2009.
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