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EU Parliament’s Members Ask Vietnam To Release Activist Hoang Duc Binh, Reiterate Human Rights Benchmark for EV-FTA

EU Parliament’s Members Ask Vietnam To Release Activist Hoang Duc Binh, Reiterate Human Rights Benchmark for EV-FTA
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February 1, 2019, a group of nine EU Parliament’s members from different political parties, jointly sent a letter to Vietnam’s President Nguyen Phu Trong, asking for the unconditional release of environment and labor rights defender, Hoang Duc Binh. The letter reminded Vietnam that “the promotion and protection of

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Human Rights
Has Vietnam Already Violated the To-Be-Ratified Free Trade Agreement with the EU?

Has Vietnam Already Violated the To-Be-Ratified Free Trade Agreement with the EU?
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After Hoàng Đức Bình’s 14-year sentence was affirmed by an appellate court in Vietnam on April 24, 2018, one of the state-owned newspapers, Người Lao Động (NLD), published a story about Bình’s case on the same day, explaining the government’s reasons behind his harsh sentence. In one

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Two Years Later, Formosa Toxic Pollution Still Sends People to Prison in Vietnam

Two Years Later, Formosa Toxic Pollution Still Sends People to Prison in Vietnam
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April 24, 2018| After an approximate three-hour hearing, the Appellate Court of Nghe An Province, Vietnam, affirmed the 14-year sentence for blogger and human rights defender, Hoàng Đức Bình, in relation to the 2017 protests of Catholic fishermen in the areas affected by the Formosa environmental disaster. Hoàng Đức Bình,

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Human Rights