FIDH playing a cat-and-mouse game with Vietnam

Recently, VOA Vietnamese and some overseas websites have transmitted information: According to the International Federation for Human Rights (FIDH), Vietnam is the largest prison in the Southeast Asian region to detain political prisoners... These people are called political prisoners in Vietnam by FIDH including “the dissidents” commit an offence tocarry out activities aimed at overthrowing the people’s administration under Article 79 of The Penal Code; “undermining the unity policy” under Article 87; “Conducting propaganda against the Socialist Republic of Vietnam” under Article 88... More specifically that the individuals have anti- party activities against Communist Party, State and people of Vietnam such as Nguyen Van Ly, Cu Huy Ha Vu, Le Cong Dinh, Nguyen Tien Trung, Tran Huynh Duy Thuc, Tran Anh Kim, Dinh Nhat Uy, Bui Thi Minh Hang, etc.
The State of Vietnam has repeatedly asserted that there is no political prisoner in Vietnam, only the individuals violated criminal laws are arrested by the procedure-conducting agencies of Vietnam in accordance with the provisions of law. The essence of so-called “political prisoners” or” prisoners of conscience” in Vietnam according to the International Federation of Human Rights that is nothing else of methods, tricks to advocate, promote and contribute for acts against the State and people of Vietnam by the hostile forces. This is clearly a lie of “a cat-and-mouse game” in order to mislead public opinion stemming from an attitude of prejudice and unwillingness to Vietnam of the so-called International Federation for Human Rights Vietnam.

That behavior is really unacceptable because it is purely subjective, unilateral, preiconceived idea and distorting the truth. So what a pity of this act conducted by an organization founded with the purpose of promoting human rights activities worldwide as the International Federation for Human Rights.
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Quốc Kiên 2/4/14 15:26

We are very curious for what the people like Nguyen Van Ly , Cu Huy Ha Vu , Le Cong Dinh , Nguyen Tien Trung , Tran Huynh Duy Thuc , Tran Anh Kim , Dinh Nhat Norway , Bui Thi Minh Hang do for this organization so that they are supported strongly by as such?

Quân Hoàng 2/4/14 15:29

Let's see what they do for our country then make conclusion on our decision.

Phạm Hiếu 2/4/14 15:51

Nobody see their contribution to the country excepting to demonstration, opposition, distortion so they are called political prisoners and prisoner of conscience

Huy Lâm 2/4/14 15:54

How many comments and inaccurate conclusions have this organizations made on the situation of human rights and democracy in other countries around the world then?

Lê Tín 2/4/14 16:00

How do the organizations and Western countries against Vietnam on human rights and democracy distinguish between prisoners of conscience, political prisoners and who violate national laws. If every prisioners are concluded like the way of those organizations about the crime in Vietnam then all are prisoner of conscience and political ones.

Huy Quốc 2/4/14 16:02

Vietnamese people are fed up with the rhetoric of this organizations taking advantage of democracy and human rights against Vietnam.

Hoàng Lân 2/4/14 16:03

We believe in the protection of peace, stability and territorial integrity of our state and government.

Vân Nhàn 2/4/14 16:06

The more progress on democracy and human rights Vietnam gets, the more opposition from hostile forces to Vietnam.

Quốc Cường 2/4/14 16:09

This is another exact form of intervention in the internal affairs from other countries to Vietnam.

Hùng Quân 2/4/14 16:13

We chould be concious about the organizations' arguements on the human rights and democracy situation in Vietnam.

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