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Amending Vietnam’s Constitution: Why Washington Cares – Murray Hiebert, Kyle Springer

By Murray Hiebert, Kyle Springer OCT 31, 2013 On October 21, Vietnam’s National Assembly convened in Hanoi for a month-long meeting during which lawmakers are expected to ratify a new constitution. As the lawmakers meet, Vietnam’s economy continues to grow steadily, as it has throughout the year, but at about 2 percent less than the government’s annual … Continue reading

Across the party wall – Banyan

Banyan Across the party wall Vietnam’s Communist Party is in a bit of a mess, but China’s may have little to teach it Oct 26th 2013 |From the print edition IF THE following pressing themes remind you of China, spare a thought for Vietnam: a debate over the constitution; efforts to curb the privileges of state-owned … Continue reading

Vietnam Revise Constitution To Protect Rights, Says HRW – Eurasia Review

By Eurasia Review October 23, 2013 Vietnam’s National Assembly should ensure that the country’s revised constitution fully meets international human rights standards, Human Rights Watch said in a letter to the chairman of the National Assembly. Vietnam’s parliament is considering and expected to vote on constitutional amendments during a session from October 21 until November 30, … Continue reading