The Legislative Reform and Justice Sector Commission (LRC) met on January 16th with the ministry officials responsible for implementing the Commission’s analysis’ methodology of the state of Timor-Leste’s legislation. This process is expected to start by the end of January.
A Government Resolution dated October 31st, 2016, states that “the legislative reform is cross-sectional and requires the involvement and legislative analysis of each of the sectors under the Ministries”.
On the 24th of November the President of the Legislative and Justice Sector Reform Commission Jorge Graça, the Rector of the National University of Timor-Leste, Francisco Miguel Martins, and the Dean of the Faculty of Law, Maria Angela Carrascalão, signed a Memorandum of Understanding for coopera
On Wednesday the President and Members of the Legislative Reform and Justice Sector Commission were sworn in by Prime Minister, Rui Maria de Araujo at a ceremony conducted in the Meeting Room of the Presidency of the Council of Ministers.
Law Reform Commission
LRC drives, fosters, promotes and develops strategies, reports, studies and recommendations for a legislative and justice sector reform, to be integrated, coordinated and consistent with the aims of the State of Timor-Leste.Know more
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