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The third quarterly meeting of 2017 On Legislation Impact Assessment Program In Sroeung commune, Chom Ksan district, Preah Vihear province from 19-21 October 2017
10th,Tuesday October 2017

On the morning of Friday, October 20, 2017 Sra commune in Preah Vihear province on Province HE Yim Nol Vice President of the Economic, Social and Cultural Council and head of the executive legal regulations (RET) directed Reviewed the performance of Regulatory Impact Assessment regulations (RIA) 3rd quarter of 2017 to assess the The work carried out so far and the first action plan for 2017 and 2018 en route to.
Currently, the Ministry of institutions that participated in the program, RIA 19: The legal regulations of the Economic, Social and Cultural Council of the Council of Minister of the Ministry of Mines and Energy Ministry, the Ministry of Education, Youth and Sports, Ministry of Labor and Vocational Training, Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries Ministry of Industry and Handicrafts, Ministry of Health, Ministry of Posts and Telecommunications Ministry of Public Works and Transport Ministry of Finance and the Ministry of Urban Planning and Construction Ministry Secretariat of Civil Aviation Department of the General Secretariat of the Senate and the General Secretariat of the Council. Approximately 130 participants attended today.
An assessment of the impact of the RIA is a good practice for a highly productive legal process, and many developed countries, members of the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Cooperation (OECD), and ASEAN have widely acknowledged:
• High quality standards with good governance and economic development;
• Decision makers can make decisions based on practical data;
• Increase transparency and build trust with the public due to clear guidelines for stakeholder consultations;
• Reduces the cost of government spending on practices and costs of business operations
Good governance is at the heart of the government's agenda set out in the Rectangular Strategy. The RIA process will reduce the bureaucracy and overlap / overlapping legal frameworks.
After the Government issued Decision No. 132 on December 26, 2016 on the establishment of the RIA Working Group in the Ministries, the RIA has increased from 14 ministries to 19 ministries and institutions, and has built capacity and piloted an impact assessment of legal documents using the RIA approach.
Based on the above performance, the Asian Development Bank (ADB) has promised to continue providing technical assistance (TA) until June 2019.

Workshop on Impact Assessment of Legal Documents under the theme of Good Practice in the Procedure for the Establishing a Regulatory Framework for ASEAN
10th,Wednesday October 2017

On 12-13 September 2017 Economic, Social and Cultural Council and the Asian Development Bank organized a workshop on the evaluation on the impact of legal regulations - Regulatory Impact Assessment (RIA) under the theme "Towards a good practice procedures in drafting legal regulations for ASEAN" at the Sokha Phnom Workshop HE As of Nol, Senior Minister in charge of Special Missions and Head of Economic, Social and Cultural Council of Senior Officials gave the opening event in the morning. HE Deputy Prime Minister, Mr. Bin Chhin, Deputy Prime Minister, Minister in Charge of the Office of the Council of Ministers, presided over the closing of the workshop, with the Deputy Prime Minister giving a closing speech on the second afternoon.


The two-day seminar speakers include HE Yim Arnold Johnson, Vice President of the Economic, Social and Cultural Council and head of the executive legal regulations concerned, Mr. Ewing, generally coupled device (Samiuela T. TUKUAFU), Asian Development Bank Country Director, Mr. Chairman RIA Working Group of the Ministry of Commerce, Ms Jacequine Lam Trade Specialist, Public Management Finance Finance and Commerce (SEPF) Southeast Asia Department Asian Development Bank Mr. Penn vicheate CEO and Chairman of the Task Force RIA Ministry of Trade Mr. Davin Seng Hock, director of legislation and head of the RIA team the Cambodian Ministry of Education, Youth and Sports (RIA) and experts from the ASEAN member countries, 5 countries are Laos, the Philippines, Malaysia, Indonesia, Vietnam RIA networks from Australia, as well as the Organization for Economic Cooperation and development (OECD). HE Yim Nolson is in charge of conducting this seminar.
The workshop highlights the strong will of the impact assessment of the RIA in Cambodia, with speakers from five ASEAN Member States (Vietnam, Laos, Philippines, Indonesia and Malaysia), Australia and the OECD. This workshop is a great platform to share and learn from RIA experiences from ASEAN, Australia and the OECD. "


The RIA is a systematic evaluation of legal proposals - it is a tool or method to formulate legal and regulatory framework that enhances the effectiveness of legal regulations and competition policies. It will also increase transparency and good governance. In Cambodia, the RIA is based on analytical and consultative consultations with stakeholders. RIA is also a record of the evaluation process. The Good Legal Impact Assessment System will help ASEAN members achieve the goals of good practice in the legal procedure set forth in the ASEAN Blueprint and the ASEAN Work Plan on Good Practice in the Legislative Process Procedure.
The RIA program is funded under ADB's technical assistance. The Council for Economic, Social and Cultural Council of the Office of the Council of Ministers is the executive agency of the RIA under the jurisdiction of the Executive Board, established under the Economic, Social and Cultural Council to oversee the RIA program. Since its inception in Cambodia in 2011, progress has been made by 16 ministries and 2 organizations are joining the program as an RIA implementing agency.
The RIA support documents, such as the Impact Assessment of Regulatory Impact Assessment and Cost Analysis Analysis and Benefits Analysis, were designed to develop capacity of the RIA at the ministry.
The workshop discussed topics such as challenges in implementing the RIA program, capacity development, stakeholder engagement, and good governance in OECD member countries, which can be implemented in the context of ASEAN.

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03nd,Thursday March 2017
Samdech Hun Sen opened the International Conference of Asia Pacific on "Early childhood development" in Siem Reap
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02th,Tuesday February 2017
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