Vietnamese Catholic activists report mounting human-rights violations
CWN - November 15, 2012
Human-rights violations are on the rise in Vietnam, the National Commission for Justice and Peace of the Vietnamese Catholic Church said in a report to the country’s bishops.
The report by Catholic activists criticizes government corruption, indoctrination, and repression of political dissent.
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