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“The tragedy of Dinh Dang Dinh’s passing should be a wake-up call for Viet Nam,” said Rupert Abbott
“Viet Nam must immediately and unconditionally release all prisoners of conscience who – like Dinh Dang Dinh – have done no more than peacefully express their opinion.”
The Former Vietnamese Prisoners of Consciences (FVPOC) have strongly condemned the harassments of Communist Party of Vietnam and its government from the central level to the grassroot level against local residents. Vietnam’s election to the UN Human Rights Council, its signing of the UN Convention against Torture as well as taking Nov 9 as the Vietnam Law Day cannot cheat international and local people. These moves cannot hide the facts that the government is continuing to supress those people who demand for democracy and human rights.
PEN International calls upon its members to send renewed letters of appeal for the immediate and unconditional release of blogger and human rights lawyer Le Quoc Quan, whose appeal was rejected on 18 February 2014. Le Quoc Quan was sentenced to 30 months in prison and a heavy fine for alleged tax evasion on 2 October 2013
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