Thứ Bảy, 2 tháng 3, 2013

Bishops Commission of Vietnam sent the draft amendment of the 1992 Constitution and suggestions to amend the Constitution



Public opinion in the country and abroad in recent days related to the process of taking people's comments in the draft amendments to the Constitution of the State is in the hot than ever. Especially since the irresponsible statements and breach of trust of both the Party and State leaders including General Secretary Nguyen Phu Trong and the Vietnamese National Assembly Chairman Nguyen Sinh Hung. The said event ended drama awkward Democratic of Party leaders and Vietnamese communist state government funds intended to placate public opinion of people in the country and deceive the International Community before a series of problems that the Party and government are facing including pervasive corruption in the state apparatus of government, pushing the country economy fell into recession led to serious disturbances Society and any political stability as well as completely lost faith in the people on ethics and leadership of  country from the Party and the communist state government machinery Vietnam today.

Right at the time is said to be the most sensitive of the implementation process for comments amend the State Constitution, the suggestions of the Standing Committee letter Vietnam Conference of Catholic Bishops sent to the Permanent Editorial Board - Draft Commission amend the State Constitution in 1992 as a next trenchant affirmation reflects the aspirations and the strong Democratic desire lay in the heart of the Catholic community in particular and the whole Vietnamese people inside and outside the country in general. All arguments and wrong views sham Democratic nature of the state leaders, party leaders were quickly met with strong opposition of all classes of people including members of the Communist Party component Vietnamese products, which includes both the veteran revolutionaries, generals and some state leaders, who had previously held senior positions in the party and government. The most prominent of which is the voice of protest of the newspaper's Nguyen Dac Kien, Family and Social Affairs for with extreme statements nature of breach of trust by the General Secretary Trong and his Kien fired immediately after that has attracted the interest and support for Mr. Kien from thousands of people at home and abroad.

It is time for the leaders of the Party and the Vietnamese communist authorities should put an end to the direct fraud to deceive the people and the International Community. Vietnam is a country of the people, not the exclusive property of the Party and government leaders, so all the right decisions related to interests of people, national interests and the fate and survival of the country to completely belong to the people that the current construction of the State Constitution is the fundamental and most practical need opinions and decisions of the people. A legal and proper constitution of the State, is a Constitution that shows clearly and fully all the rights of the people and always put the interests of the nation above all the interests of the individual and family of government officials, leaders of the State officials. All comments and opinions that go against the wishes and interests of the people, the nation and ethnic group of anyone, of any State leaders, are seen as "the reactionary thoughts, betrayed fellow and betraying national and ethnic. "


Bishops Commission of Vietnam sent the draft amendment of the 1992 Constitution and suggestions to amend the Constitution

Posted by at 5:02 Chiều 1/03/13

  VRNs (03/01/2013) - WHD - This morning, 01-03-2013, Father Joseph Duong Huu Tinh, secretary of the Vietnamese Bishops (HDGMVN), came and gave Mail comments of Standing Committee HDGMVN for Permanent Editorial Board - Committee Draft amendments to the Constitution in 1992, at 37 Hung Vuong Street, Ba Dinh District, Hanoi.

Here, we would like to introduce the full text Message suggestions of Standing Committee HDGMVN.

The Vietnamese original letter of the Bishops Commission of Vietnam.

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