The legislation would add stiffer penalties to an already harsh penal code, the group says.
Thich Quang Do thanks supporters who recently called for his release from house arrest.
Fisherman Dao Ngoc Duc says he cannot afford to buy new nets and continue his livelihood.
Motorists say owners regularly fix their meters to scam consumers.
Tran Vu Hai was nabbed as he was heading to Hanoi’s police headquarters to discuss the case and the related harassment of two attorneys with authorities.
They are inspired by Myanmar’s rapid reforms and question the pace of change at home.
Police pulled Tran Minh Nhat and Chu Manh Son out of a car as they traveled to their home village.
Xi Jinping did not mention the two nations’ tussle over the Paracel and Spratly islands during his speech to Vietnam’s parliament.
Police beat and detain protesters in Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh City.
The lawyers believe they were targeted to dissuade them from taking the case.
They want to call attention to China’s aggressive moves in the South China Sea and its brutal treatment of Vietnamese fishermen.
Vietnamese analysts welcome show of US resolve after years of Chinese encroachment in the South China Sea.
Police meanwhile harass and detain relatives and friends seeking confirmation of his reprieve.
But a pro-democracy party banned by the government denies any connection to her.
The family of Do Dang Du, who died in police custody, has asked the United Nations to investigate.
They say Vietnam should address fishing rights around the Paracel and Spratly islands with Chinese leader Xi Jinping.
Mobs attack a village temple belonging to a banned group, the Unified Buddhist Church of Vietnam.
Workers are unaware of the trade deal’s provision on independent worker unions, while the animal husbandry industry fears competitive threats.
But nationalist actions, such as boycotts, are not the answer to a growing deficit, he says.
Ha Huy Hoang was sentenced to six years in prison for providing documents to the Chinese.
Analysts say varied coverage suggests a schism within the ruling Communist Party.
She and other protesters had asked Vietnam's National Assembly for help in disputes over confiscated land.
Police nab staff members of Conscience TV to deter them from airing video reports on social media.
His wife says the whereabouts of Tran Anh Kim are unknown.
Supporters welcome the release but call on Hanoi to free all political prisoners.
A group remembers their journey 40 years after the first refugees fled persecution.
Held for 12 hours, he is asked about his contacts with 'reactionary forces opposed to Vietnam.'
The political prisoners staged hunger strikes against poor conditions and refused to sign confessions that might have shortened their sentences.
He says the threat of jail won’t dissuade him from his activism.
The Southeast Asian country aims to protect the competitiveness of its exports.