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QUE ME : Persecution of the Unified Buddhist Church of Vietnam

CONGRESS OF THE UNITED STATES Tom Lantos Human Rights Commission (TLHRC) Hearing on HUMAN RIGHTS AND RELIGIOUS FREEDOM IN VIETNAM Tuesday, March 23, 2010, B-318 Rayburn House Office Building, Washington D.C. Persecution of the Unified Buddhist Church of Vietnam Written Testimony by VO VAN AI Overseas Spokesman of the Unified …

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Free Vietnamese in France : Declaration by Movements and Organizations of Free Vietnamese in France in support of the Appeal by Most Venerable Thich Quang Do (29.3.2009)

DECLARATION by Movements and Organizations of Free Vietnamese in France in support of the Appeal by Most Venerable Thich Quang Do (29.3.2009) The following declaration was unanimously adopted by participants at the Conference organized by the Liaison Office of Free Vietnamese in France on 11 April 2009 in the 13th …

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Vietnam Committee : Statement by Vo Van Ai to the Press Conference in US Congress: Vietnamese human rights defenders share concern on Secretary Clinton’s demotion of China Human Rights

PARIS, 26 February 2009 (VIETNAM COMMITTEE ON HUMAN RIGHT/QUE ME) – Mr. Vo Van Ai, President of Quê Me: Action for Democracy in Vietnam, submitted the following statement to a Press Conference at the US Congress today (Venue: Canon House Office Building Terrace, Washington D.C. at 11a.m., 26th February 2009). …

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Vietnam Committee & FIDH : Parallel NGO Report by Vietnam Committee on Human Rights and the FIDH, submitted in advance of the Universal Periodic Review of Vietnam

EXECUTIVE SUMMARY Despite Vietnam’s accession to core human rights treaties and its adoption of extensive new legislation, serious gaps remain between international norms and Vietnamese laws and practices. Vietnam continues to adopt laws that restrict the exercise of human rights and imprisons peaceful critics under vague “national security” provisions in …

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