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Being a strong proponent for human rights, democracy, and the rule of law, I have attended a number of human rights rallies throughout the country protesting against the oppressive Communist regime in Vietnam, which you can follow in my online Gallery.
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September 1, 2016 – Ottawa, Ontario – Senate of Canada “Canada’s serious concerns about the critical state of human rights in Vietnam should be the focal point of Minister Stéphane Dion’s official trip to Vietnam and Cambodia from September 2 to 8, 2016 as he promotes regional security, dialogue, trade and climate action. “This first official trip to Vietnam is a unique opportunity for the Minister of Foreign Affairs to directly call for greater respect of human rights, and to … Continue reading →
Ottawa, June 28, 2016 A woman from Vietnam whose husband has been imprisoned without charge in the socialist country asked for senators’ help on Wednesday, June 22, 2016 in securing his release. Human rights activists estimate that there are currently 200 political prisoners in Vietnam, imprisoned simply for speaking their minds. Vu Minh Khanh appeared for a special session of the Senate Committee on Human Rights to talk about ongoing human rights abuses in Vietnam. Vu, a human rights activist herself, is seeking … Continue reading →