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Vietnam: Crackdown on Rights

Expand Vietnam Political Prisoners  © 2020 Private (New York) – At least 30 activists and dissidents were sentenced to prison in Vietnam in 2019 simply for exercising their fundamental rights to freedom of expression, association, and religion, Human Rights Watch said today in releasing its World Report 2020. The one-party state severely limited all basic civil and political rights and banned any activities that the ruling Communist Party deemed a threat to its monopoly of power. Activists and bloggers, in particular, suffered surveillance, travel bans, physical assaults, interrogation, and…

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