THE TRUTH - JUSTICE - LOVE
Do minh Tuyen
Decree 72 provides for the use of the internet in Vietnam by Prime Minister Nguyen Tan Dung signed and issued with effect from 01-09-2013 to date has met with outcry from the public in country and abroad ... as well as harsh criticism from the International Community. Aforementioned Decree not only go against the public interest and the interests of the nation ... but also serious violation of freedom of speech ... freedom of information of people which are clearly defined at the Article 69 of the Constitution of the Socialist Republic of Vietnam ...
Please see: Constitution of the State of Vietnam
Well .... as defined in Article 19 of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights which Vietnam has joined and signed since 1982 so far ...
Please see: International Declaration of Human Rights
For years, the government of communist Vietnam always claims before domestic and international public opinion that Vietnam is a state law, and always adhere to the fundamental freedom of the people. But in fact, the fundamental legal rights of people to be presented with the communist government in Vietnam now rudely trampled and blatant ... including the right to Freedom of Religion, Freedom of Speech, Freedom of Residences and travel, Meetings and Freedom of Association ... v. .. v. ... And when all the facts are exposed to public opinion, the leaders of the party and the state government The communists sought to cover up and justify their misconduct for reasons quite ironic, and brazenly unrealistic not acceptable, such as due to differences in cultural, history and geography ... the notion of human rights between Vietnam and the International Community has much different ....
However, all the distorted propaganda rhetoric ... distort the truth in order to defend the acts of human rights abuses by the communist government of Vietnam is now no longer be effected to the people and the International Community. Hundreds of dissident bloggers ... hundreds of political prisoners, prisoners of conscience ... writers, artists, journalists ... and even students are patriotic imprisoned because of their political expression against corruption and negative ... demanding freedom, democracy and human rights for the people, for the country ... and show patriotism aggressor against China evidence ... is very practical and specific against all the sophistry of the communist government of Vietnam. It's time in past for months and years when people have been deluded by government ... and also in the past for the years of deception and lies ... Now, during the information technology boom, all the current deceptive efforts of the ruling communist Vietnam not only not effects but also indirectly expose the true face and the true nature of the regime disgusting totalitarian communism today.
RSF upcoming campaign demanding release of blogger VN
Vietnam's Decree 72 also are many organizations and internet groups criticized. Organization Journalists Without Borders recently said that Decree 72 is a "attacks on freedom of information." Advocacy organizations and journalists expressed concern that Decree 72 is adding another tool to the authorities makes silence dissident voices.
The nhan dan newspaper.com on August 6 cite Organization Journalists Without Borders, said that the organization, along with a number of international radio stations, including BBC and VOA, RFA, etc. ... in recent years there have been reviews have trumped personality, and as close to the date of the decree takes effect, the campaign "claims distort, slander" is reinforced.
In an interview for The Vietnamese-language VOA today, Mr. Benjamin Ismail, board director of Asia-Pacific Foundation Journalists Without Borders slammed answer to that:
"There is no slander in our claims. We do not attack Vietnam, as a whole. What we criticize is the rule of the crackdown, and urged the adoption of additional laws to further suppress the people. We criticize the dictatorial policies are being enforced in Vietnam, we have the rights for themselves. "
Mr Ismail said the organization Reporters Without Borders here will launch a new campaign to increase pressure on Hanoi to demand the release of 35 bloggers are imprisoned in Vietnam.
Source: AP, Contactmusic.com
Union Freedom on Network on a joint statement on 72 Decrees of VN
A new rule issued by Vietnam Internet service management and network information, to restrict some information to share on blogs and social networking sites has been an intergovernmental organization of 21 countries criticism on Monday.
Spokesperson's Office of the U.S. State Department yesterday issued a press release regarding General Speaking Union Freedom on Network, expressed deep concern about Vietnam's announcement, that decree 72 management, provision and use of internet services and online information, will take effect from 1 January 9.
Press release by Deputy spokesperson Marie Harf common point presentation of the Freedom Alliance network on that Decree 72 restrictions on the flow of information and limit the sharing of some information and news.
According to the common language of Union, the Decree No. 72 inconsistent with Vietnam's obligations to the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights, as well as with Vietnam's commitments to the International Declaration Human Rights.
The statement also recommends Decree 72 may be detrimental to the economy of Vietnam, because this decree will limit innovation, hinder the development of trade and foreign investment.
Freedom Alliance is an organization on regular network of 21 regional governments work together to promote global Internet freedom.
This is a forum for like-minded governments, to coordinate efforts and work with civil society and private sector to support the right of every individual to exercise the rights and freedoms based on the network.
Union was founded at a conference by the Dutch government in 2011 presided. Members of the coalition include the U.S., UK, Germany and France.
Source: AFP, WSJ, USNews