According to their candidacy statement, the Hanoi regime “believes in the universality of human rights” and “attaches great importance to the adherence to and implementation of international treaties in protecting and promoting human rights in the country.” The bad news is that the reality is quite the opposite in Vietnam.
Ahead of next week’s UN election of 14 nations to its highest human rights body, a coalition of non-governmental human rights groups from Europe, the U.S. and Canada today called on UN member states to oppose the election of Afghanistan, Algeria, Sudan, Venezuela and Vietnam, which were deemed “unqualified” due to their human rights records as well as their voting records on UN resolutions concerning human rights.
Viet Tan recently concluded its 9th Party Conference to review the Vietnamese struggle for democracy; approve strategies and projects to empower the people of Vietnam to resist the repression of the Vietnamese Communist Party; and elect the leadership to guide Viet Tan through the next three-year term.
The sentencing of Ngụy Thị Khanh, her country’s most high-profile environmental voice, raises questions about Vietnam’s commitment to ditching coal. 26 June 2022 Vietnam’s
Le Dinh Luong was sentenced to 20 years in prison by the Vietnamese communist authorities in October 2018. The award honors the sacrifices and work of individuals or organizations who are fighting for the civil and human rights of the Vietnamese people.
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Prior to the special United States – ASEAN summit to be held in Washington DC on May 12 and 13, 2022, several human rights NGOs