Socialist Republic of Viet Nam: After the crackdown: attacks and intimidation
This briefing paper documents intimidation and harassment against Catholics in Hanoi. After a violent crackdown in September 2008 on peaceful mass protests in Ha Noi, the Vietnamese authorities continue to threaten and otherwise intimidate Catholics who have supported for the church’s claims in a land dispute. Amnesty International calls on the Vietnamese government to uphold the rights to freedom of expression, peaceful assembly and freedom of religion.
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