Implementation of Laws in Monitoring Civil Case Procedure
18-19 July 2016, Champasack Province, Laos
Agenda   Report   Photos


Monday, 18 July 2016:

Henning Glaser, Director, German-Southeast Asian Center of Excellence for Public Policy and Good Governance (CPG), Faculty of Law, Thammasat University

„Monitoring Civil case procedure in Germany“

Thongvanh Keovilay, Chief of Commercial, Family and Juveniles Case Division

„Inspecting the performance of laws in the First instance court and the appeal court“

Sengkeo Sengsouly, Chief of the Supreme People’s Prosecutor of Southern

„Inspecting the perfomance of laws in the Final Court“


Tuesday, 19 July 2016:

Bualy Phetmixay, Deputy of Civil Inspection Department

„Technical Research of civil case“

Phonephet Ounkeo, Chief of Institution and Training

„Technical basis of draft prosecution“

Saysana Rajvong, Deputy of Civil Inspection Department

„Inspecting the performance of laws in the Reintroduce Court“


On 18 July 2016, CPG in cooperation Hanns Seidel Foundation and the Office of the Supreme People’s Prosecutor (OSPP), Lao PDR, jointly hosted the training workshop “Technical Capacity Building to Implement Laws Monitoring Civil Case Procedure” for Laotian prosecutors in Pakse, Lao PDR. In the context of a major legal reform in Laos CPG Director Henning Glaser was invited to speak on the possible functions of a judicial agency, such as the OSPP, with respect to civil law reform, especially pertaining to areas inherently prone to public regulation.