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Timeline Of The Loc Hung Garden Incident

Timeline Of The Loc Hung Garden Incident
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The forced eviction at Loc Hung vegetable garden in Saigon on January 4 and 8, 2019 joined the long list of land disputes between the people and the State of Vietnam. We are putting together a timeline of events that have happened to date and will continue to update as

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Land Rights
The Real Casualty of the Loc Hung Garden Incident: the People’s Trust

The Real Casualty of the Loc Hung Garden Incident: the People’s Trust
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When the officials of Tan Binh District in Ho Chi Minh City gathered over one thousand police officers and other forces to bulldoze some 200 houses at Loc Hung Garden, they destroyed not only the shelters of a few hundred people but something even more important. What also crumbled and

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Loc Hung Garden Incident: Government’s Forced Eviction Is Without Legal Merits

Loc Hung Garden Incident: Government’s Forced Eviction Is Without Legal Merits
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January 8, 2019| The forced eviction in the area known as Loc Hung vegetable garden in Ho Chi Minh City continued at daybreak today. At about 5:50 A.M., Facebookers in Vietnam reported that hundreds of police and plainclothes security police had resumed their demolishment at Loc Hung. By

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Farmer’s Death Sentence Upheld On Appeal: New Climax For Land Dispute In Vietnam?

Farmer’s Death Sentence Upheld On Appeal: New Climax For Land Dispute In Vietnam?
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The Social Republic of Vietnam is known to be notorious for its land management system since the day of its inception. ‘People’s ownership of land,’ whilst sounds misleadingly progressive, has never meant spatial justice for Vietnamese citizens nor intended to guarantee national housing security. Government leaders, alongside with pro-government

Tan Trung Nguyen
Tan Trung Nguyen
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