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Wednesday, July 8, 2020
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Vesak 2019 demonstrates VNs respect for freedom of religion: Deputy PM Vesak 2019 demonstrates VN’s respect for freedom of religion: Deputy PM
The successful organization of the 16th United Nations Day of Vesak earlier this year helped demonstrate Vietnam’s respect for the freedom of belief and religion, Deputy Prime Minister Truong Hoa Binh said at a meeting on July 29.
Vietnams new law upholds the right to freedom of religion for everyone Vietnam’s new law upholds the right to freedom of religion for everyone
Vietnam’s National Assembly last November passed the Law on Belief and Religion consisting of nine chapters with 68 articles. The Law will take effect on January 1, 2018. This article highlights major new provisions of this Law.
NA leader urges submission of draft Law on Associations NA leader urges submission of draft Law on Associations
The draft Law on Associations should be presented to the upcoming session of the 14th National Assembly (NA), NA Chairwoman Nguyen Thi Kim Ngan said on September 22, the last working day of the third session of the NA Standing Committee.
Seminar participants share experience in guaranteeing religious freedom Seminar participants share experience in guaranteeing religious freedom
More than 100 representatives from state agencies and embassies of European Union (EU) member states in Vietnam, foreign experts and religious dignitaries gathered at a seminar in Hanoi on October 8 to discuss policies and laws that aim to guarantee freedom of belief and religion in Vietnam.
Lawmakers debate peoples rights to freedom of religion and access to information Lawmakers debate people’s rights to freedom of religion and access to information
Two draft laws on beliefs and religions and access to information were discussed at the 40th session of the National Assembly Standing Committee which last from August 10 thru 18 in Hanoi.
Penal Code revisions needed to protect human rights and citizens rights guaranteed by new Constitution Penal Code revisions needed to protect human rights and citizens’ rights guaranteed by new Constitution
A key direction for revising the Penal Code is to further respect and guarantee the fulfillment of human rights and citizens’ democratic rights as enshrined in the 2013 Constitution.
Vietnam US review human rights Vietnam, US review human rights
At the 17th session of the Vietnam-US Human Rights Dialogue, which took place on April 12 in Hanoi, the two sides exchanged information about issues of mutual concern, including those related to a law-ruled state, freedom of speech, freedom of religion and the rights of people with disabilities and homosexuals.
Vietnam US review human rights Vietnam, US review human rights
At the 17th session of the Vietnam-US Human Rights Dialogue, which took place on April 12 in Hanoi, the two sides exchanged information about issues of mutual concern, including those related to a law-ruled state, freedom of speech, freedom of religion and the rights of people with disabilities and homosexuals.
Vietnamese law and policy on religion and belief Vietnamese law and policy on religion and belief
Vietnam is a multi-ethnic nation. Each of its 54 ethnic groups has their own traditional cultural identities, beliefs and religions in various forms such as folk belief of worshiping ancestors and persons who made great contributions to the nation or the community, and religious beliefs.
Party policies on belief and religion Party policies on belief and religion
During its leadership of the revolution as well as since its governing of society and the country, the CPV has paid consistent attention to religion and has adopted policies on belief and religion that have been sound and appropriate for each stage of the revolution.

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