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Vietnam protests ‘reveal limits on freedom’ (Bangkok Post)

Biểu tình ở Việt Nam “tự do có giới hạn chớm nở”
Bài viết trên Bangkok Post của AFP News agency


“Nguyen Quang A, an economic analyst who joined the Hanoi rallies, said the police action “undermines the image of the government”.

He said the protesters were orderly and anyone who wanted to “expand the scope” beyond the China issue was reminded by other demonstrators that their rally had only one purpose.”

Vietnam’s constitution allows for the right to demonstrate.
“But there is no law and decree to specify the procedure… how you can organise a demonstration,” Quang A said, urging a “wise” government to issue legislation that will allow protests “in a civilised way.”

Activists have not ruled out another protest this Sunday.”



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