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Mexico: Federal Congress Initiates Current Session with a Heavy Legislative Agenda

(Feb. 14, 2014) The two Houses of Mexico’s Congress have started their new period of regular sessions with a heavy load of proposed amendments to secondary legislation derived from constitutional changes approved in 2013. The Senate has before it at least 73 suggested reforms to secondary legislation, and according to the analysis of parliamentary coordinators, […]

Vietnam: New Rules on Visas Considered; Other Legislation Discussed

(Feb. 12, 2014) The Vietnamese legislature is considering adopting a law on entry, exit, and residence of foreigners that would have a unilateral visa exemption for foreign visitors. On January 12, 2014, Nguyen Kim Khoa, the Chair of the Committee for National Defense and Security of the National Assembly (NA), noted that exemptions would need […]