STOP EXPANDING TRADE WITH VIETNAM AT THE EXPENSE OF HUMAN RIGHTS

Stop expanding trade with vietnam at the expense of human rights March 5th 2012 this could be big petition

 

STOP EXPANDING TRADE WITH VIETNAM AT THE EXPENSE OF HUMAN RIGHTS
STOP EXPANDING TRADE WITH VIETNAM AT THE EXPENSE OF HUMAN RIGHTS

Stop expanding trade with vietnam at the expense of human rights March 5th 2012 this could be big. As many Vietnamese and Vietnamese communities around the world know or might have heard. Well here it is. It’s been confirmed by The White house that they will talk to 100 Vietnamese on this petition. This could be big, so what does this mean? well more information can be reviewed below :), watch the video comments and documentations.

https://wwws.whitehouse.gov/petitions#!/petition/stop-expanding-trade-vietnam-expense-human-rights/53PQRDZH

WE PETITION THE OBAMA ADMINISTRATION TO:

STOP EXPANDING TRADE WITH VIETNAM AT THE EXPENSE OF HUMAN RIGHTS

Since 2007, the Vietnamese government has continuously waged brutal crackdown against human rights advocates, arresting and/or detaining notables such as: Rev. Nguyen Van Ly, Nobel Peace Prize nominees Ven.Thich Quang Do and Dr.Nguyen Dan Que, blogger Dieu Cay, and most recently songwriter Viet Khang, who merely expressed love for freedom and patriotism through songs he posted online. Congress has responded by introducing the Vietnam Human Rights Act, Vietnam Human Rights Sanctions Act and just last month, H Res 484. We implore you, Mr. President, to leverage Vietnam’s desire for the Trans-Pacific Partnership and Generalized System of Preferences to force the immediate and unconditional release of all detained or imprisoned human rights champions. Show the world America puts freedom first.

Created: Feb 07, 2012
Issues: Foreign Policy, Human Rights, Trade

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