Wrong Nguyen Phong?

Last Updated 11/21/2007

General Information

Employment History

Executive Editor, Magazine  - World Security

Chairman  - Viet Nam Progression Party

Affiliations

Founder  - Vietnam Party

Co-Founder  - Progression Party

Co-Founder  - Viet Nam Progression Party

Web References  

Committee for Religious Freedom in Vietnam (CRFV) - Dear Ladies and Gentlemen:

However, when USCIRF was still working out issues with Vietnam and about to leave, the Communist authorities have instructed more than 600 state-controlled daily newspapers and periodicals to start igniting their war with full force by publishing this following article, written in Vietnamese, in their "Cong An Nhan Dan & An Ninh The Gioi" Newspaper (People Police and World Security" Newspaper on their article dated October 27, 2007, written in Vietnamese by Colonel Nguyen Nhu Phong, the Executive Editor.
Oct. 27, 07 By Nguyen Nhu Phong Executive Editor, "World Security" Magazine, State-controlled writer Nguyen Nhu Phong

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VietAM Review by Jean Libby, editor :: Translation and explanation of VN attack on the USCIRF by Viet Si, activist for Religious Freedom and Human Rights in Vietnam

English version ofOctober 27, 2007 article by Nguyen Nhu Phong
Executive Editor, "World Security" Magazine, State-controlled writer . However, when USCIRF was still working out issues with Vietnam and about to leave, the Communist authorities have instructed more than 600 state-controlled daily newspapers and periodicals to start igniting their war with full force by publishing this following article, written in Vietnamese, in their "Cong An Nhan Dan & An Ninh The Gioi" Newspaper (People Police and World Security" Newspaper on their article dated October 27, 2007, written in Vietnamese by Colonel Nguyen Nhu Phong, the Executive Editor. By Nguyen Nhu Phong Nguyen Nhu Phong State-controlled Executive Editor/ First runner-up for Nobel Prize of Literature

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http://www.dailynews.com/ci_5742498?source=most_viewed

One of these dissidents, Nguyen Phong, who received a six-year sentence, founded the Vietnam Party of Progress to work toward open, peaceful struggle against the oppressive Communist Party. In a letter to the international community penned after the March 30 verdicts, Phong wrote, "In the face of this utterly unscrupulous behaviour by Vietnam's communist government, I am just an ordinary human being.

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