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After the announcement of 2012 annual report of the U.S. State Department on human rights around the world, which refers strongly to the human rights situation is getting worse in Vietnam, is now to turn to Community Europe continues to heat what public opinion both at home and abroad and are concerned over International Resolutions of the European Parliament on the issue of human rights in Vietnam. Worst human rights situation in Vietnam in recent times has attracted strong interest from the international community after a series of arrests arbitrary, illegal and violent. The communist government of Vietnam, have become more brazen and aggressive to the voice of dissent in the country while still citing national security reasons vaguely and use the full range shortcomings in the way the criminal law argued and interpreted arbitrarily as a tool to silence people and obstruct the fundamental freedoms and legitimate their legitimacy.
The current ruling Communist Vietnam become more dangerous when act oppression people becomes increasingly sophisticated and systematic. In addition, the authorities did not hesitate to parallel those wicked tricks and vile as to use the media and local radio report slander, distort and smear the image of the activities Democracy, Human Rights and Religion in the country in many different forms. "Reactionaries" are familiar words and frequently authorities communist Vietnam to the use of those who dared to capture thoughts, attitudes or behavior contrary to the view of the State party and even to the patriotism of the people, by the pupils, students, intellectuals or political opinion from the team, their comrades are not excluded. In general, though there is one, of any component that does not agree with the party, the state, their behavior can be captured by the two words "reactionary".
Pressure on Human Rights is one more burden on the shoulders of the leaders and rulers in Vietnam today. Do not have much time and did not have much choice for them. Hanoi's leaders, or continued entrenchment, continue to ignore the legitimate aspirations of all the people, policies continued brutal dictatorship, regardless of law, international law and conscience human morality, and then to continuously receive punishment, sanctions from the international community, or are aware of their responsibilities and their moral conscience so that policy changes and rule proper behavior towards his people. Respect for human rights, democratic approach and put all ethnic national interests above all, it is the wisdom and insight of the leaders of the country. Not a public institution, not a government or any political party which is against the interests of the people, contrary to the national interests of the peoples that exist. The party leaders and rulers in Vietnam now need to understand and remember this clearly before going to decide how to act before the country is full of complexity and uncertainty as at present.
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FIDH calls for EU pressure Vietnam to improve human rights
Police and security personnel outside the People's Court of Ho Chi Minh City.
The International Federation for Human Rights (FIDH) and its member organizations called the Committee to Protect Vietnam human rights (VCHR) welcomed the resolution of the European Parliament on the issue of human rights in Vietnam and called for European Union Europe continued efforts to help end the grave human rights violations by the Hanoi government.
Emergency Resolution on the human rights situation in Vietnam was the European Parliament adopted at the plenary meeting on 18/4 condemning the deplorable human rights record of Vietnam and European requirements to review the compatibility between the human rights violations in Vietnam Cooperation Agreement with Vietnam-EU, which has set the conditions for diplomatic relations and trade between the two sides based on respect for democratic principles and human rights.
FIDH a federation of 164 human rights organizations from around the world. FIDH Permanent Representative of the European Union, Ms Gaelle Dusepulchre, told VOA Vietnamese language:
"Resolution of the European Parliament is very useful because it raised a lot of human rights violations in Vietnam related to freedom of speech, freedom of the press, freedom of religion, and the right to land . This resolution is a very important source of information, reminder note to European countries to ensure that investor relations and trade with Vietnam to help improve people's human rights in Vietnam. This resolution does not harm relations between the EU and Vietnam as Hanoi accused. It is time to put human rights issues on the table and discuss frankly and Vietnam have proved to be responsible in the field of human rights. We collected a lot of information about the human rights violations of Hanoi, are exactly what set up the Resolution. "
FIDH Federation also repeated calls for the government of Vietnam, Hanoi requires immediate action to stop human rights abuses of citizens.
It is time to put human rights issues on the table and discuss frankly and Vietnam have proved to be responsible in the field of human rights. We collected a lot of information about the human rights violations of Hanoi ...
FIDH Permanent Representative of the European Union Gaelle Dusepulchre.
Reflecting the concerns raised in the report by the International Federation for Human Rights and the Committee to Protect Vietnam human rights publication entitled "The bloggers and netizens behind bars after Vietnam," Resolution of the European Parliament said the activities of the government crackdown Vietnam aimed at bloggers, political activists, human rights defenders or political dissidents is a blatant violation of the commitment to respect human right between Hanoi International. Thereby, the European Parliament urged Vietnam to release immediately and unconditionally all prisoners of conscience.
Recalling the case of a series of blogger was sentenced to prison for vague laws on national security of Vietnam, the resolution expressed concern about the draft decree tightening internet and call management to cancel Hanoi leave laws preventing freedom of information, freedom of speech of people to meet the standards and obligations to international human rights.
In addition, the European Parliament also criticized state persecution, religious persecution and victims of land evictions in Vietnam.
Resolution on human rights in Vietnam with the support of six political groups in the different trends in the European Parliament adopted 1 week before the visit of the delegation of the Committee for Ethnic Minorities in Vietnam to Belgium.
Amid Vietnam is campaigning for a seat in the United Nations Human Rights Council for the period 2014-2016, the European Parliament reminds the international community that Hanoi has not implemented recommendations to improve human rights proposal member states of the United Nations at its regular review of Universal in 2009.
Hanoi rejected voiced Resolution of the European Parliament and said that this Resolution to completely false information on the status of human rights in Vietnam, adversely affecting the developing and the relationship between Vietnam and EU.
Related to the call of the International Federation of Human Rights European Parliament proposal to pressure Vietnam to improve human rights, VOA Vietnamese, have a talk with Professor Vo Van Ai, President of the Committee to Protect Vietnam human rights based in France, and he adds the following details:
The International Federation for Human Rights called on European pressure Vietnam to improve human rights