All Comments for Vietnam’s Communist Party Calls For Public Dialogue on Governance

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Hate Communist from ghet bac Ho :

Like you all, I’m not too naïve about this! We know communists have no soul.
However; we should take this as THE first step toward letting the people voices be heard. This is an extremely rare occasion!
People should exercise/approach these talks with prejudices so to prepare for the unexpected.
As usual, we shouldn’t boil the ocean!
Let’s not have any expectations or demands unless we know and understand the followings. We shouldn’t expect anything from these talks unless we know the legal ramifications, the rules and guidelines around these talks; are there action items (if possible) need to escalate and vote on by the parliament or by the people. Otherwise, it’s meaningless!

May 24, 2017 03:18 PM

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Tuan Tran from USA :

In the morning they Dialogue with you and they know who you are... When the night come, they will look for you and kill you silently.

"To know what is the communist, don't listen to them... Just look at what they do."

May 22, 2017 08:20 AM

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Anonymous Reader :

How can you dialogue with genocidal regime ? Nazi and Hitler would never ended their " Final solution on Jews" unless allies forces crusted down this regime.

The same token, the Vietnam communist party's genocidal act on Dega people in Central Highlands of Vietnam is going on and will be never end unless this communist party disband or withdrawn by Vietnamese peoples.

May 21, 2017 01:51 PM

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MisaoFan :

What about the civil society activists that advocate social (but not political) reforms and change in Vietnam? Some of the biggest problems outside of politics include things such as forced land compensation and discrimination against ethnic minorities.

May 20, 2017 10:17 AM

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