Peter Westmore, President of the National Civic Council, Australia A new political party, Viet Tan, has been launched by Vietnamese émigrés and people living in
Open Letter Ho Chi Minh City – December 10, 2004 To: The National Assembly and Government of the Socialist Republic of Vietnam The
Ms. Sanchez is a member of the U.S. House of Representatives December 8, 2004 From Wall Street Journal Online edition Last week, the government of
Vietnam at a crossroads; after 30 years of One-party, authoritarian dictatorship, Vietnam must choose to reform its political structure or continue to fall behind the
Following is the speech titled “Reasons for the Public Introduction of Viet Tan” delivered by Party Chairman Nguyen Kim on September 19, 2004 in Berlin.
Nearly thirty years after the fall of Saigon in 1975, a new geopolitical schema is taking shape between the Vietnamese who stayed in the country,
Press Release Vietnamese Pro-Democracy Political Party Goes Public Berlin (September 19, 2004) – Today, the Revolutionary Party to Reform Vietnam (Vietnam Reform Party or Viet
Dear Compatriots, Twenty-two years ago, Vietnam Reform Party was founded to achieve the ultimate aspiration of all Vietnamese—ending the dictatorship and reforming the country. For