Viet Nam: Spike in judicial repression with six convictions in eight days

In the eight days between 23 and 30 March, six activists have been convicted in Viet Nam for exercising their internationally protected right to freedom of expression, receiving prison sentences of between three and five years. Amnesty International calls for an end to judicial repression, and for the immediate and unconditional release of the six activists.

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