Vietnam rejects report of Committee to Protect Journalists Politics

Vietnam rejects report of Committee to Protect Journalists

Vietnam absolutely rejects false contents, which are based on inaccurate and biased information about Vietnam, of a report released by the Committee to Protect Journalists (CPJ), the Foreign Ministry’s spokeswoman Le Thi Thu Hang has said.
Nghe An: Man provoking social disturbances gets jail terms Society

Nghe An: Man provoking social disturbances gets jail terms

The People’s Court of Dien Chau district, the central province of Nghe An, on February 6 sentenced 35-year-old Hoang Duc Binh to seven years in prison on the charge of “resisting on-duty officials” and another seven years for “abusing the rights to democracy and freedom to infringe on the interests of the State and rights and interests of organisations and citizens.”
Vietnam, China hold 13th theoretical workshop Politics

Vietnam, China hold 13th theoretical workshop

The Communist Party of Vietnam (CPV) and the Communist Party of China (CPC) shared experience in enhancing the Party’s leadership in press and media work in the new situation at their 13th theoretical workshop held in Henan province, China, on May 25-26.
Vietnam, EU hold annual human rights dialogue Politics

Vietnam, EU hold annual human rights dialogue

Vietnam and the European Union (EU) have held their annual human rights dialogue in Brussels, exchanging viewpoints and sharing experience and good practices in promoting and protecting human rights.
Minister stresses ICT cooperation with Czech Politics

Minister stresses ICT cooperation with Czech

Minister of Information and Telecommunications Truong Minh Tuan highlighted great potential for cooperation between Vietnamese and Czech ICT businesses in the fourth industrial revolution.
New law anchors freedom of speech, press Society

New law anchors freedom of speech, press

The 2016 Press Law is not written for journalists only, Ho Quang Loi, Permanent Vice Chairman of the Vietnam Journalists’ Association, speaks to the media on the occasion of Vietnam Journalist’s Day.
NA approves amended Press Law Politics

NA approves amended Press Law

The amended Law on Press was adopted by National Assembly (NA) deputies at the 11th session on April 5, with approximately 89.5 percent of votes.
Legislators make comments on Press Law Politics

Legislators make comments on Press Law

National Assembly (NA) deputies mulled over debatable points in the draft of the amended Press Law as part of their agenda on the first day of the 11th meeting of the 13th parliament on March 21.