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Vietnam: Rights Reforms Urgently Needed

By Human Rights Watch
(Geneva) – The Vietnamese government should face close scrutiny at its upcoming United Nations Universal Periodic Review (UPR) for its deepening crackdown on activists and failure to reform abusive laws, Human Rights Watch said today in a submission to the UN. The UN Human Rights Council will hold Vietnam’s fourth UPR in 2024 in Geneva. Vietnam’s human rights record has worsened significantly since its last appearance at the UPR in January 2019. “Vietnam’s rights violations show that the government’s promises to the European Union and other governments on human rights count for nothing,” said Elaine…

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