Thứ Bảy, 13 tháng 10, 2012

100,000 signatures for the campaign "Million hearts, One voice"



We would like to invite to everyone who love justice, love for Human Rights - Freedom and Democracy around the world, especially for Vietnamese citizens at home and abroad, please join the Human Rights Campaign sign"Trieu heart, one voice" to ask the Vietnamese communist authorities to fully respect their international commitments on human rights and must be released immediately and unconditionally to the prisoners of conscience, religion and democracy activist who has been Vietnam's communist government imprisoned illegally because of  their freedom of expression peacefully only. Respectfully Invites

100,000 signatures for the campaign "Million hearts, One voice"

Posted on 10/13/2012 by chuacuu

  VRNs (13/10/2012) - California, USA -  Musician Truc Ho, general manager of television station SBTN, found throughout the United States and Canada, just starting value "Million Hearts Campaign, One Voice", dated 12.10. 2012, calling on people around the world urged to Vietnam liberal democracy, respect for human rights, especially the call for release immediately prisoners of conscience, religion and democracy activists . Movement now to be the media organizations, and political parties in the United States, Canada and Australia right away supported.  

The statement says: "Millions heart of Vietnam and the world community laments toward democratic freedom-loving people in prison. Before the harsh judgment evil non-human, let's work together for justice for them.

The campaign targets 100,000 signatures to the International Human Rights day, day 10/12/2012. At this time the Vietnamese community around the world will hold meetings with the UN and the State Department to discuss the petition and signatures.

With the enthusiastic participation of each of the Vietnamese people and justice must reverse the suppression of our country. Given to the world. "

VRNs honor to introduce Originally this petition:



. Ms. Laura Dupuy Lasserre, President of the UN Human Rights Committee
. Catherine Ashton, High Representative of the European Union for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy
. She Barbara Lochbihler, President of the Human Rights Committee, the European Parliament
. Mr Bob Carr, Minister for Foreign Affairs, Australia
. John Baird, Minister of Foreign Affairs, Canada
. Mr. Laurent Fabius, Minister of Foreign Affairs, France
. Mr. Guido Westerwelle, Minister of Foreign Affairs, Germany
. Mr. Koichiro Genba, Minister of Foreign Affairs, Japan
. Mr. Uri Rosenthal, Minister of Foreign Affairs, Netherlands
. Mr. Espen Barth Eide, the Secretary of Foreign Affairs, Norway
. He Didier Burkhalter, Minister of Foreign Affairs, Switzerland
. William Hague, Minister of Foreign Affairs, United Kingdom
. Hillary Clinton, Secretary of State, United States of America

The pressure from demands for political change of the masses, the regime of the Socialist Republic of Vietnam has adopted measures to censor the Internet, the show trial and arbitrary detention policy to increase oppression of their people. Meanwhile, the Hanoi government said that when they join the UN Human Rights Commission, they can continue severe violations of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights and the Convention on the Civil Rights Political and that they have signed.

On International Human Rights Day 2012, we solemnly called on the international community to support the voice of conscience in Vietnam: bloggers, Dieu Cay (Nguyen Van Hai), Ta Phong Tan, Paulus Le Son; democracy Nguyen Quoc Quan and Tran Huynh Duy Thuc; musicians Viet Khang and Vu Anh Tran Binh; human rights lawyer Cu Huy Ha Vu and Father Nguyen Van Ly. They, and many other Vietnamese patriots were just peacefully expressing a desire for political change in Vietnam, as well as religious freedom and social justice.

Many prisoners of conscience in Vietnam have been brutalized in prison as forced labor, physical abuse and illness untreated. As revealed by the international organization Human Rights, the most typical is the case of two female inmates: the struggle for land rights Tran Thi Thuy and the struggle for union rights Do Thi Minh Hanh.

We, the undersigned, solemnly called on the UN Human Rights Committee, the European Union and the National Freedom:

1. Seconded to Vietnam the Special Rapporteur of the United Nations and representatives of the Embassy to investigate the situation of arbitrary detention and ill-treatment in prisons and abuse of the law here.

2. Ask the Vietnamese authorities to respect the Universal Declaration of Human Rights and eliminating vague laws on national security as articles 79 and 88 of the Penal Code, the law has been used as excuse to arrest and arbitrary detention.

3. Requires the Vietnamese authorities to immediately release all political prisoners.

On behalf of prisoners of conscience, we ask the international community to force the Vietnamese government must take full responsibility for the health and deprivation of liberty of people democracy which they are held hold.

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