THE TRUTH - JUSTICE - LOVE
An application submitted to the UN Commission investigation and arbitrary arrests (UNWGAD) in Geneva by Professor Alen Weiner co-director of international programs and collate laws of the United States Stanford University on the arrest and detention arbitrarily for 17 young activists of the religious by communist authorities of Vietnam last year again showed suppression actions and arrests of religious activists said were serious breaches of basic human rights as stipulated in the Declaration of International Human Rights and International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights, which Vietnam has signed or acceded to include the right to Freedom of Religion and Liberty expression in any form. The above concerns were somewhat encouraging for dissenting voices in the country, who have been exercising freedom of their expression peacefully amid increasing crackdown from the communist government of Vietnam today.
In recent years, especially since the people's uprising to overthrow the dictatorship in some countries of the Middle East and North Africa are called ' Arab Spring revolution " by fear of the above may influence spread and a similar revolution can be explosive in Vietnam, thus Vietnam's communist government has harshly suppressed all dissenting voices in the country including the work the Democrats, the Religious Activist, Writers, Journalists, Bloggers .. v .. v ... who has the freedom to express their views peacefully within the specified law, the national Constitution and Public International Law. The Hanoi government as a bunch of crazy lost all reason, should now in their eyes where is full of enemies, they suspect everyone, regardless of right and wrong and even patriotism of the people who fight aggressor also be seen as reactionary elements against the party, against the regime and against the State government.
Although it may be because national interests, economic interests of some countries in the world for Democracy on a Human Rights underestimate exposure diplomatic relations and trade with Vietnam. But can not say that because so that Vietnam's communist government wants to do whatever, arrest anyone they want, or could put someone in prison arbitrarily is not true. Was consistent human rights remains the spiritual values and the highest common platform for all voice, for all countries in the world and human progress today. Whether in any situation, any environment, or any interest that could not lose the sacred dignity of so-called "human rights". Especially not one country can deny the words "Human Rights", or reference any particular reason to have misunderstood its values and human rights trampled rudely as to what Vietnam's communist government has done over many decades.
Stanford law school’s Allen Weiner files petition with the United Nations Working Group on Arbitrary Detention on behalf of seventeen Vietnamese social and political activists
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