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Official Gazette

Wednesday, October 17, 2018
Tags: citizens’ interests
Cyber Security Law protects national security citizens interests Cyber Security Law protects national security, citizens’ interests
While competent agencies consider the Law on Cyber Security a much-needed addition to Vietnam’s legal framework given the increment in cyber-attacks around the world in general and in the country in particular, the public and businesses are still seemingly uneasy about its possible impacts on social and economic activities.
New decree drafted to develop Internet services New decree drafted to develop Internet services
New regulations have been drafted with the aim of boosting the development of Internet services in the country and making management work keep pace with such development, according to the Ministry of Information and Communications, the drafting agency.
Basic principles of state administration Basic principles of state administration
The basic principles of state administration guide the organization and activities of state administration, helping state administrators effectively perform their tasks and ensure citizens’ interests.
Local administrations in Vietnam during anti-US war of resistance for national salvation (1954-1975) Local administrations in Vietnam during anti-US war of resistance for national salvation (1954-1975)
Following the victory of the anti-French colonialist war of resistance with the signing of the Geneva Agreements, northern Vietnam was completely liberated while the South fell under the US’s yoke. The entire Vietnamese nation again had to enter into a new war of resistance against the US imperialists, aiming to liberate the South and reunify the country. In such a particular historical context, the State of the Democratic Republic of Vietnam had to consolidate and perfect the system of local administrations in the North while having to organize the struggle against the US and their Vietnamese stooges in order to step by step build up and expand the system of local revolutionary administration in the South.
Local administration in Vietnam during the 1954-1975 period Local administration in Vietnam during the 1954-1975 period
Following the victory of the anti-French colonialist war of resistance with the signing of the Geneva Agreements, northern Vietnam was completely liberated while the South fell under the US’s yoke. The entire Vietnamese nation again had to enter into a new war of resistance against the US imperialists, aiming to liberate the South and reunify the country. In such a particular historical context, the State of the Democratic Republic of Vietnam had to consolidate and perfect the system of local administrations in the North while having to organize the struggle against the US and their Vietnamese stooges in order to step by step build up and expand the system of local revolutionary administration in the South.
Vietnamese governments in the anti-US resistance war period (1954 – 1975) Vietnamese governments in the anti-US resistance war period (1954 – 1975)
Following the victorious war of resistance against the French colonialists, northern Vietnam was completely liberated while southern Vietnam  fell under the US colonial yoke, and the country was divided into two zones.
Administrative law and judicial review Administrative law and judicial review
Vietnam acknowledged the elements of a state governed by law in the 1992 Constitution (revised 2001): “The State of the Socialist Republic of Vietnam is a socialist state governed by law, a state of the people, by the people and for the people.”

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