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Robert F. Kennedy Human Rights Condemns Kenya’s Security Law and Mass Deregistration of NGOs

(Washington, D.C. | December 19th, 2014)

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China, Vietnam clash again over South China Sea claims

BEIJING (Reuters) - China and Vietnam have clashed again over competing claims in the South China Sea, after Vietnam submitted its position to an arbitration tribunal initiated by the Philippines over the festering dispute that involves several countries.

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Vietnam Court Upholds Sentences of Three Jailed Bloggers

A court in southern Vietnam on Friday rejected the appeals of three jailed bloggers convicted on charges of public disorder, prompting a prominent human rights group to denounce the handling of the case by the authoritarian government.

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Wife of Missing Lao Civil Society Leader Vows to Keep Pushing For Answers

The wife of a missing prominent civil society leader in Laos vowed to continue pushing the authorities for answers over the disappearance of her husband, who vanished under mysterious circumstances in the capital Vientiane two years ago.

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Challenges Mount to Beijing's South China Sea Claims

MANILA—Monday is the deadline for China to submit a counter-argument in the Philippines arbitration case that questions China's sweeping claims in the South China Sea. But China shuns arbitration and will not respond, while challenges to its position continue to mount.

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Declaration of the Vietnamese Patriots on the occasion of the 62nd Anniversary of the U.N. Declaration of Human Rights

Considering that Vietnam has volunteered to be a member of the United Nations, it must have the duty to respect and implement the Universal Declaration of Human Rights approved by the United Nations on December 10, formally announced 62 years ago.

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Letter from Dr. Nguyen Dan Que in Saigon, Vietnam

Ladies and Gentlemen:

I regret that my circumstances prevent me from personally attending the 13th commemoration of Vietnam Human Rights Day. Regardless of extensive surveillance and restrictions, I would like to share with you the following:

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Let Our People Trade

By Nguyen Dan Que
 
09/06/1999 — The Asian Wall Street Journal, Page 10

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In Vietnam, rights take a beating

In Vietnam, rights take a beating
Nguyen Dan Que

26 February 2011
The Washington Post

Copyright 2011, The Washington Post Co. All Rights Reserved

CHO LON, Vietnam

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Honorable Joe Biden

Honorable Joe Biden
Vice-President of the United States
The White House
1600 Pennsylvania Avenue NW
Washington, DC 20500

Saigon
September 15, 2010
 
Dear Mr. Vice President,
 

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Endorsing reforms for freedom and democracy in Vietnam. HRES 807 IH

HRES 807 IH
 
109th CONGRESS
2d Session
H. RES. 807
Endorsing reforms for freedom and democracy in Vietnam.
IN THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES

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Dr. Nguyen Dan Que's Interview with Voice of America on December 18, 2007

Q: As an advocate for human rights and democracy for many years, what are the political, economic events or cultural, social phenomena in Vietnam and overseas in 2007 that give you optimism about the prospect of democracy development in Vietnam in 2008?

A: The way I see it, 2007 had a number of events that bode well for the
process of democratization in Vietnam:

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Declaration of the GET-TOGETHER FOR DEMOCRACY

The cold war is over with collapse of communism the world is changing into the North-South cooperation.

The Southeast Asia is going into peace, stability non-aligned and cooperation.

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Biographical Highlights of Dr. Nguyen Dan Que

Dr. Nguyen Dan Que

1942 Born in Hanoi, Vietnam.

1945 His father, a member of the Vietnamese Nationalist Party, was assassinated by the Communists.

1954 The family, the mother and five children immigrated to Saigon after the Geneva Accord.

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ABOLISH DECREE 31/CP IMMEDIATELY

In order to be granted the Permanent Normal Trade Relations (PNTR) with the United States of America, Nguyen Tan Dung must abolish Degree 31/CP immediately.
 

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Nomination of Dr. Nguyen Dan Que of Vietnam for the Nobel Peace Prize

Nomination of Dr. Nguyen Dan Que of Vietnam for the Nobel Peace Prize

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Dr. Que Road Map to Democracy in Vietnam

The Vietnamese government strictly controls every aspect of life by force and abuses the rule of law. It is ready to repress any demand for human rights. The Vietnamese people are deprived of all of basic rights such as freedom of information, freedom of expression, freedom of association, freedom of religion … which are vital to democratization and development of Vietnam.

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Who is Dr. Nguyen Dan Que?

Dr. Nguyen Dan Que

1942 Born in Hanoi, Vietnam.

1945 His father, a member of the Vietnamese Nationalist Party, was assassinated by the Communists.

1954 The family, the mother and five children immigrated to Saigon after the Geneva Accord.

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US 'deeply troubled' by fate of Vietnamese bloggers

The United States voiced concern Monday at the jailing of three Vietnamese bloggers for "anti-state propaganda" and urged that they be freed, AFP reports.