I am Lee Wan-kyu, Minister of Government Legislation.
I am pleased to invite you to the 11th Asian Legislative Experts Symposium (ALES) co-hosted by the Ministry of Government Legislation and the Korea Legislation Research Institute on October 27.
Celebrating its 10th anniversary this year, ALES will be held under the theme of “Asia United in Laws and Systems, Legislative Exchange and Cooperation for Mutual Development,” where legislative experts from across Asia discuss ways to develop laws and systems of Asia.
This symposium will become a venue to come up with measures to establish a consultative group of Asian legislative bodies as a permanent and multilateral body, moving beyond the temporary and bilateral cooperation.
In the post-COVID-19 era, this event will be held in person, not online.
I look forward to your interest and participation in this symposium, which will introduce laws and systems of Asian countries and explore ways to mutually develop.
My name is Yeong-soo Han,
President of Korea Legislation Research Institute.
I invite you to the 11th Asian Legislative Experts Symposium (ALES), co-hosted by KLRI and the Ministry of Government Legislation of Korea.
As a government-funded research institute, KLRI contributes to the improvement of legal culture through in-depth research on a variety of legal issues.
We have co-hosted ALES together with the Korean MOLEG over the past ten years.
And I think ALES is a good place to explore legislative solutions to the socio-economic issues of most Asian countries.
This year’s ALES takes place in Seoul under the topic of
‘Asia–United in Laws and Systems, Legislative Exchange and Cooperation for Mutual Development.’
I hope you take keen interest and participate in the 11th ALES for legislative development of Asia.
I’m looking forward to seeing you all on October 27 in Seoul!