International calls to Vietnam back on the list (CPC) in the country need special attention on International Religious Freedom.
THE TRUTH - JUSTICE - LOVE
"Human rights" in Vietnam, is the deep concern of the international community including the United States, the European Parliament .... and many other countries around the world. Cases of human rights violations in Vietnam is growing a systematic and continuous to be the alarm. The Vietnam communist government ruthlessly trampling basic rights legally legitimate people, the most popular include the rights: Freedom of Speech, Freedom of Religion, Freedom of association and assembly. one ridiculous thing is for repression and human rights violations mentioned above takes place during Vietnam is trying to mobilize international efforts to become a member of the Human Rights Council UN upcoming 2014-2016 term.
This shows that the government of communist Vietnam has always proved to disregard all rules and laws of the International Community when attitudes and behavior shameful above. Of course, no one can agree with the regime, a regime or a state government wants to hold the role of human rights organizations of the UN that blatantly repressive Human Rights in country themselves. And the harsh criticism from the European Parliament recently for the worst human rights record in Vietnam is evident most specific. The leaders of Vietnam Communist government must understand that, while they can not simultaneously receive any favor from the international community which is not responsible for the acts of human rights abuses against people in their country. Every effort trying to cover up the misconduct and serious human rights violations by government officials communist Vietnam now and in the past has been totally ineffective.
All tangible evidence and what's really going on in Vietnam at present concerning human rights are strongly against any attempt almost desperate state authorities of Vietnam while the wave of protests people from becoming stronger and stronger in many cities, provinces and districts of Vietnam. Sense of civic responsibility and survival instincts of man has awakened the people and inspires people to be more responsible with life, with society and with the fate of the country's survival. Especially for Vietnamese youth today are no longer indifferent to the pain of his fellow citizens. This is the legal foundation create opportunities to attract attention and favorable intervention from the international community to call the authorities in communist Vietnam quickly improve bad human rights record in Vietnam so long.
NEWS / VIETNAM
European criticism of the inconsistent attitude of Vietnam on religious freedom
Senior officials in charge of security policy and foreign policy of the European Union (EU), Catherine Ashton.
Giới chức cấp cao phụ trách chính sách an ninh và đối ngoại của Liên hiệp châu Âu (EU), bà Catherine Ashton.
Baroness Catherine Ashton, High Representative of the European Union for Security Policy and Foreign Relations, has expressed concern about the violation of freedom of religion and belief in Vietnam, especially the real among the most obvious statement of the Hanoi government to what actually happens in practice.
In response to questioning by Rep. Ramon Tremosa European Parliament Balcells on 25/4 past, Ms. Catherine Ashton stressed violations of freedom of religion-religion is still a concern in Vietnam and the EU are closely monitoring the situation.
Ms Ashton said the EU stated concerns with Hanoi through human rights dialogue established last year by the partnership agreement and cooperation between the two sides.
European criticism of the attitude of Vietnam on religious freedom
Ms Ashton said religious freedom in Vietnam-belief is key topics to be brought up for discussion at two meetings between the EU and Vietnam in January and October last year respectively in Hanoi and Brussels (Belgium) . Thereby, cases such as the case of Church leaders Unified Buddhist Vietnam, Thich Quang Do, has also been raised.
Ms Ashton said in this dialogue, the Vietnam informed the EU that Thich Quang Do not be under house arrest and freedom can contact at any time. However, according to Ms. Ashton, on the occasion of visit last year of the ambassadors of the U.S. and Australia confirmed that the Patriarch is not allowed to leave the Thanh Minh Zen Monastery, where he was on probation.
Ms Ashton said in the framework of Human Rights Dialogue and the bilateral relationship with Vietnam, Europe will continue to promote Hanoi freed the imprisoned, detained, or harassed because of their religious beliefs , in which case Thich Quang Do, because it is clear that Vietnam authorities say one thing and do another.
Supreme Representative of the European Union for more dialogue in October last year, Hanoi has responded positively to the call of the open EU for the UN Rapporteur in charge of Religious Freedom teachers to visit Vietnam. However, so far not seen any progress in this promising possibility.
Ms Ashton said the EU intends to raise the issue again for the visit of the UN Rapporteur in charge of religious freedom in Vietnam if Hanoi's announcement of this invitation was developed.
Still by Lady Ashton, the European Union is currently analyzing the religious decree 92 of Vietnam will put on the table and discussed in the next Human Rights Dialogue between the EU and Vietnam is expected to take place in October in this. Decree 92, issued in November last year detailing the implementation of the Ordinance on Religious Beliefs and take effect from the beginning of this year, is controversial because of further tightening measures to control activities religion in the country.
In a question sent in charge of security policy and foreign policy of the European Union, the European Parliament MPs Tremosa Ramon Balcells said he is deeply concerned before Decree 92 in Hanoi and violations of religious freedom Serious Catholics in Vietnam based on the full report of the organization of international protection of human rights, including the Committee to Protect the Vietnam based in France.
Rep. Balcells also questioned about the urgent measures that the European Union will do to help release those imprisoned in Hanoi for peaceful persuasion.
He welcomed Balcells committed to protecting religious freedoms of the EU through the European Commission for External Relations of the draft handbook on Freedom of Religion-belief and the establishment of working groups of the European Parliament Freedom of Religion-belief.
However, he stressed Balcells this commitment would be meaningless if it is not reflected in reality and bring freedom to those who are deprived of freedom because of their faith.
Committee to Protect the Vietnam said it has provided EU and the European Parliament more and documentary evidence on the status of religious persecution, harassment of bloggers, netizens, and political dissidents in Vietnam.
Source: VCHR, Europarl.europa.eu