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Petition in Support of the 2006 Declaration on Democracy and Freedom for Vietnam.

This petition in English is for Vietnams international friends. If you prefer a Vietnamese version, please use the following URL:
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Part I:

The 2006 Declaration on Democracy and Freedom for Vietnam by 118 Democracy Fighters inside Vietnam

(Translated from the Vietnamese text into English by Dao Tang Duc, solicitor of the Supreme Court of New South Wales, Australia- 9 April 2006)

Vietnam 8 April 2006

To the Vietnamese people both inside and outside of Vietnam,

We, the undersigned, on behalf of hundreds of democracy fighters inside the country and of all citizens aspiring for legitimate democracy for our native Vietnam today, make this unanimous declaration:

I. The state of the Vietnamese nation:

1. During the August 1945 Revolution, our whole people's choice was national independence, not socialism. The declaration of independence of 2 September 1945 did not include one word on socialism or communism. The two reasons for victory during that revolution were the thirst for national independence and the power vacuum at that time in Vietnam (Japanese forces had surrendered to the Allies on 15 August 1945 and French Colonists had been overthrown by the Japanese forces since 9 March 1945).

It is clear that the objectives of the revolution were hijacked by the Communist Party of Vietnam (CPV). And it follows naturally that the right of national self-determination was also eliminated. There were at least two historic opportunities, one in 1954 in the North, and one in 1975 over the entire nation, for our people to affirm their right for self-determination. But all to no avail due to treachery by the CPV. The reason being that once a dictatorship of the proletariat has been established, in accordance with Lenin, its first obligation is oppression by violence and terror!

2. Then on 2 September 1945 in Hanoi, Mr. Ho Chi Minh, provisional chairman of the Democratic Republic of Vietnam solemnly declared to the nation and the world that: "All men are created equal. They are endowed by their creator with certain unalienable rights that among these are life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness." These memorable words come from the 1776 Declaration of Independence of the USA. An extrapolation of the above words leads to the conclusion that: all peoples of the world are created equal. Each is entitled to life, happiness and freedom. The Declaration on human and civil rights of the French 1791 Revolution also states that:" All people are born free and have equal rights and must remain free and equal in all rights." This is a logic that no one can deny. (Excerpts from the 2 September 1945 Declaration of Independence.)

But all these divine rights of the nation were brutally crushed as soon as a Communist regime was installed.

3. On February 1951, the Declaration by the Vietnamese Labor Party (now the CPV), at its 2nd Congress, states:" The Party's ideology is Marxism-Leninism". And in its rules, on the parts relative to Objectives and Guidelines, it is even more clearly stated that:" The Labor Party of Vietnam adopts the doctrines of Marxism, Engels, Leninism, Stalinism and the thoughts of Mao Tse-Tung, together with the realities of the revolution in Vietnam, as the foundations for its thoughts and the compass for all actions by the Party".

Since that time, particularly in the North after 1954, then in the whole country after 30 April 1975, the Specter of Communism has weighed heavily on the fate of the Vietnamese people. It was this specter and nothing else that robbed the Vietnamese people of all their human rights. Today, it still temporarily dominates, and occupies both the spiritual and material facets of the Vietnamese nation.

II. The principle of globalization:

1. History has demonstrated that all freedoms, democracy in any totalitarian regime, communist or otherwise, shall be trodden upon without pity. The only difference is in their varying degrees of oppression. Unfortunately until now, Vietnam belongs to the small number of nations under the rules of Communist dictatorship. This is amply evidenced by article 4 of the current constitution of the Socialist Republic of Vietnam which reads:" The Communist Party of Vietnam follower of Marxism-Leninism and the thoughts of Ho Chi Minh, is the leading force of the government and society." Because of this article all freedoms, democratic rights of the people are destroyed, except perhaps for a few remaining crumbs.

2. It is this power system, which refuses to accept any competition and any possibility that it may be replaced, that is responsible for the rapid deterioration and demise of the whole system. Because of the lack of equitable competitive principles and rules in the political sphere, after each election, the people are unable to elect the most meritorious individuals or political forces. The leadership machine (which) administers and manages (the affairs of the nation) becomes more and more corrupt, deteriorates from the center to the local areas. The consequence is that Vietnam today becomes a nation lagging too far behind other nations in this region and in the world. This national shame and other national misfortunes are difficult to overcome. The paramount issue (and) the paramount cause (springs from the proposition that) the CPV is the only political force leading the nation! Reality has demonstrated that all nations falling within the orbit of Communism have fared miserably. The Soviet Union, the cradle of Communism, and other East European Socialist nations, have had the courage to overcome themselves in order to return to the right path for their peoples.

3. We all understand that: no one can change history, but we can change the course of history. More importantly, drawing from lessons in history, we can select a better path for our future. The path of yesterday of our nation was hastily chosen by the Communists, without due consideration, and imposed upon the whole nation by force. This path has been proven erroneous. For this reason, our people today must choose our own path again. It is a certainty that once the whole nation makes their choice, it will be a better choice than the one chosen by a particular individual or group of individuals. The CPV is only a component part of the nation. It cannot assume the name of the whole nation to make that choice! Before our nation and its history during the last half century (1954-2006), this ruling party has ruled only with presumption and lacked legitimacy! The reason being the total absence of truly free elections in Vietnam.

From the above state of affairs and principles, conscious of our responsibilities as citizens during the course of the fate of our nation, we humbly make the following propositions to our people both inside and outside of Vietnam:

III. Objectives, methods and meanings of our struggle:

1. The highest objective in the struggle for freedom, democracy for the people today, consists of a total change of political regime in Vietnam, not partial "innovation" or partial adjustments as are currently happening. In concrete terms we must change from a unitary, one party, non-competitive political regime as is today, to a pluralist, multiparty, healthy competitive political regime, in accordance with the legitimate requirements of the nation, in which the system of three powers of the Legislative, Executive, Judiciary must be clearly separated, in conformity with international standards, and in accordance with the experience of humankind through costly and successful democratic systems.

The concrete aim is to establish the following basic rights for the people:

- Freedom of information and speech in accordance with the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights of the United Nations, ratified on 16 December 1966. Vietnam became a party on 24 September 1982. Article 19.2 states:

"Everyone shall have the right to freedom of expression; this right shall include freedom to seek, receive and impart information and ideas of all kinds, regardless of frontiers, either orally, in writing or in print, in the form of art, or through any other media of his choice." This means that political parties, organizations, individuals have the right of (freedom of) information, speech through the printed press, radios, televisions and other instruments of mass media without having to seek permission from governments.

- Freedom to associate, form associations, political parties, vote and stand for elected offices in accordance with the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights, article 25:" Every citizen shall have the right and the opportunity

(a) To take part in the conduct of public affairs, directly or through freely chosen representatives;

(b) To vote and to be elected at genuine periodic elections which shall be by universal and equal suffrage and shall be held by secret ballot, guaranteeing the free expression of the will of the electors; " This means that all political parties of all orientations shall compete in a healthy atmosphere in a legitimate multi-party and pluralist democracy.

- The freedom (to participate in) independent trade unions and the legitimate right to industrial strikes in accordance with the provisions of the International Covenant on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights, ratified by the United Nations on 16 December 1966. Articles 7 and 8 read:" The States Parties to the present Covenant recognize the right of everyone to the enjoyment of just and favorable conditions of work...

"The right of everyone to form trade unions and join the trade union of his choice, subject only to the rules of the organization concerned, for the promotion and protection of his economic and social interests(with) The right to strike." These trade unions must be solely independently active unions, not the type of unions that are lackeys of the regime.

- Religious freedom in accordance with the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights, article 18: "Everyone shall have the right to freedom of thought, conscience and religion. This right shall include freedom to have or to adopt a religion or belief of his choice, and freedom, either individually or in community with others and in public or private, to manifest his religion or belief in worship, observance, practice and teaching." Religions should conduct their affairs independently, not as an instrument of government.

2. The method of this struggle is peaceful and non-violent and the Vietnamese people themselves shall carry this struggle to completion. However, we are grateful for the heartfelt and increasingly effective support from friends all over the world. Through modern information dissemination and increasingly open international exchanges, we shall seek means to help our people improve their consciousness. Once the people have achieved right consciousness, they shall surely act appropriately and effectively.

3. The meaning of this struggle is that righteousness shall overcome wrong, progress shall overcome backwardness. The forces of the nation are working the correct principles of life and the tides of history to overcome the evil forces which are going against these principles and tides. Whether the CPV shall accompany the people (in this journey) depends on its level of objectivity, (sense of) equity, clarity of mind and modesty in accepting the principle of equitable and healthy competition. Only this one party political system must be resolutely buried with the past. From then, the people shall elect the best individuals, the best political forces on each election to lead the nation. The principle "reason will absolutely triumph" shall be established and life for the individual shall improve, society shall be more humane and the people shall be closer to each other.

We are hopeful this declaration shall lead to active contributions from the people both inside and outside of Vietnam, and support from our friends in the international community. We sincerely extend our gratitude to, and appeal to, the United Nations, Congresses/Parliaments, governments, international organizations and friends, for their continued heartfelt and effective support for this meaningful struggle, as part of their contribution to the Vietnamese nation, so that we shall be able soon to catch up and be on par with free, prosperous, virtuous, civilized nations in the human community of today.

Unanimously declared in Vietnam on 8 April 2006

1. Dr (MD) Nguyen Xuan An, Hue
2. (Lecturer/Teacher) Dang Hoai Anh, Hue
3. (Lecturer/Teacher) Dang Van Anh, Hue
4. Dr (MD). Le Hoai Anh, Nha Trang
5. Prof Nguyen Kim Anh, Hue
6. Prof Nguyen Ngoc Anh, Da Nang
7. (Writer) Trinh Canh, Vung Tau
8. (Catholic priest) F.X. Le Van Cao, Hue
9. (Lecturer/Teacher) Le Can, Hue
10. (Catholic priest) Giuse Hoang Can, Hue
11. (Lecturer/Teacher) Tran Thi Minh Cam, Hue
12. (Catholic priest) Giuse Nguyen Van Chanh, Hue
13.(Lecturer/Teacher) Nguyen Thi Linh Chi, Can Tho
14. Prof Hoang Minh Chinh, Ha Noi
15.(Lecturer/Teacher) Nguyen Viet Cu, Quang Ngai
16. (Agrege) Dang Quoc Cuong, Hue
17. (Writer) Nguyen Dac Cuong, Phan Thiet
18. (Businessman) Ho Ngoc Diep, Da Nang
19. (Lecturer/Teacher) Tran Doan, Quang Ngai
20. Le Thi Phu Dung, Sai Gon
21. (Lecturer/Teacher) Ho Anh Dung, Hue
22. Prof Truong Quang Dung, Hue
23. Dr (MD) Ha Xuan Duong, Hue
24. (Ex-Colonel) Pham Que Duong, Ha Noi
25. (Lawyer) Nguyen Van Dai, Ha Noi
26. (Technician) Tran Van Don, Phan Thiet
27. Dr (MD) Ho Dong, Vinh Long
28. (Catholic priest) Phero Nguyen Huu Giai, Hue
29. (Businessman) Tran Van Ha, Da Nang
30. (Lecturer/Teacher) Le Thi Bich Ha, Can Tho
31. Dr (MD) Le Thi Ngan Ha, Hue
32. (Lecturer) Le Nguyen Xuan Ha, Hue
33. Vu Thuy Ha, Ha Noi
34. (Engineer) Do Nam Hai, Sai Gon
35. (Lecturer/Teacher) Tran Thach Hai, Hai Phong
36. (Technician) Tran Viet Hai, Vung Tau
37. (Engineer) Doan Thi Dieu Hanh, Vung Tau
38. (Businesswoman) Nguyen Thi Hanh, Da Nang
39. (Lecturer/Teacher) Phan Thi Minh Hanh, Hue
40. Prof Dang Minh Hao, Hue
41. (Writer) Tran Hao, Vung Tau
42. (Writer) Tran Manh Hao, Sai Gon
43. (Lecturer/Teacher) Le Le Hang, Hue
44. (Catholic priest) Giuse Nguyen Duc Hieu, Bac Ninh
45. (Nurse) Che Minh Hoang, Nha Trang
46. (Lecturer/Teacher) Van Dinh Hoang, Hue
47. (Lecturer/Teacher) Le Thu Minh Hung, Sai Gon
48. Prof Nguyen Minh Hung, Hue
49. (Catholic priest) Gk Nguyen Van Hung, Hue
50. (Lecturer/Teacher) Phan Ngoc Huy, Hue
51. (Lecturer/Teacher) Le Thi Thanh Huyen, Hue
52. (Lecturer/Teacher) Do Thi Minh Huong, Hue
53. (Agrege) Mai Thu Huong, Hai Phong
54. (Nurse) Tran Thu Huong, Da Nang
55. (Master Degree) Nguyen Ngoc Ke, Hue
56. Prof Nguyen Chinh Ket, Sai Gon
57. (Agrege) Nguyen Quoc Khanh, Hue
58. (Lecturer/Teacher) Nguyen Dang Khoa, Hue
59. Prof Tran Khue, Sai Gon
60. (Ex Major) Vu Kinh, Ha Noi
61. (Writer) Bui Lang, Phan Thiet
62. (Lecturer/Teacher) Ton That Hoang Lan, Sai Gon
63. (President Orthodox Hoa Hao Buddhist Congregation) Le Quang Liem, Sai Gon
64. Dr (MD) Vu Thi Hoa Linh, Sai Gon
65. (Catholic priest) G.B. Nguyen Cao Loc, Hue
66. (Catholic priest) Phero Phan Van Loi, Hue
67. (Lecturer/Teacher) Ma Van Luu, Hai Phong
68. (Lecturer/Teacher) Nguyen Van Ly, Hai Phong
69. (Catholic priest) Tadeo Nguyen Van Ly, Hue
70. (Lecturer/Teacher) Cai Thi Mai, Hai Phong
71. (Lecturer/Teacher) Cao Thi Xuan Mai, Hue
72. (Lecturer/Teacher) Nguyen Van Mai, Sai Gon
73. (Writer) Ha Van Mau, Can Tho
74. (Lecturer/Teacher) Phan Van Mau, Hue
75. (Writer) Le Thi Thu Minh, Can Tho
76. (Lecturer/Teacher) Ma Van Minh, Hue
77. (Lecturer/Teacher) Nguyen Anh Minh, Sai Gon
78. Dr (MD) Huyen Ton Nu Phuong Nhien, Da Nang
79. Bui Kim Ngan, Ha Noi
80. (Agrege) Dang Hoai Ngan, Hue
81. (Catholic priest) G.B. Le Van Nghiem, Hue
82. (Lecturer/Teacher) Le Hong Phuc, Hai Phong
83. (Catholic priest) Da Minh Phan Phuoc, Hue
84. (Engineer) Vo Lam Phuoc, Sai Gon
85. (Catholic priest) Giuse Cai Hong Phuong, Hue
86. Ms Nguyen Hong Quang, Sai Gon
87. (Engineer) Ta Minh Quan, Can Tho
88. (Catholic priest) Augustino Ho Van Quy, Hue
89. (Catholic priest) Giuse Tran Van Quy, Hue
90. Dr (MD) Vo Van Quyen, Vinh Long
91. Dr (MD). Tran Thi Sen, Nha Trang
92. Le Van Soc, Vinh Long (Un-ordained follower, Orthodox Hoa Hao Buddhist
Congregation)
93. (Engineer) Hoang Son, Hai Phong
94. (Catholic priest) Phaolo Ngo Thanh Son, Hue
95. Prof Nguyen Anh Tai, Da Nang
96. (Engineer) Do Hong Tam, Hai Phong
97. Dr (MD). Ta Minh Tam, Can Tho
98. Prof Nguyen Thanh Tam, Hue
99. Ms Pham Ngoc Thach, Sai Gon
100. (Lecturer/Teacher) Nguyen Binh Thanh, Hue
101. (Lecturer/Teacher) Van Ba Thanh, Hue
102 Nguyen Van Tho, Dong Thap (Un-ordained follower, Orthodox Hoa Hao
Buddhist Congregation)
103. (Agrege) Tran Manh Thu, Hai Phong
104. Prof /Dr (PhD) Tran Hong Thu, Sai Gon
105. (Writer) Hoang Tien, Ha Noi
106. (Ex Military Officer) Tran Dung Tien, Ha Noi
107. (Catholic priest) Tephano Chan Tin, Sai Gon
108. (Lecturer/Teacher) Nguyen Khac Toan, Ha Noi
109. (Writer) Ton Nu Minh Trang, Phan Thiet
110. (Lecturer/Teacher) Che Thi Hong Trinh, Hue
111. Dr (MD) Nguyen Anh Tu, Da Nang
112. Dr (MD) Doan Minh Tuan, Sai Gon
113. (Lecturer/Teacher) Le Tri Tue, Hai Phong
114. (Nurse) Tran Thi Hoai Van, Nha Trang
115. (Lecturer/Teacher) Ngo Thi Tuong Vi, Quang Ngai
116. (Lecturer/Teacher) Nguyen Le Xuan Vinh, Can Tho
117. (Agrege) Ho Ngoc Vinh, Da Nang
118. (Engineer) Lam Dinh Vinh, Sai Gon


Part II: Petition in Support of the 2006 Declaration

We, the undersigned, living in many different parts of the world outside Vietnam, jointly agree to strongly support the 2006 Declaration on Freedom and Democracy for Vietnam by 118 Democracy Fighters inside Vietnam. We urge international friends of Vietnam and Vietnamese people inside and outside of Vietnam, to endorse this Declaration.

001 Nguyễn Minh Cần, Journalist, Moskva, Russia.
002 Nguyễn Chн Thiện, Poet, California, U.S.A..
003 Eng. Lк Minh Nguyкn, Vietnam Human Rights Network, California, U.S.A..
004 Vũ Thư Hiкn, Writer, Paris, France.
005 Bщi Tнn, Journalist, Paris, France.
006 Pastor Đặng Ngọc Bбu, California, U.S.A..
007 Father Trần Xuвn Tвm, Maryland, U.S.A..
008 Father Nguyễn Hữu Lễ, Auckland,Tвn Tвy Lan.
009 Rev. Thнch Nguyкn An, Overseas Unified Buddhist Church of Vietnam, Seatlle, Washington, U.S.A.
010 Rev. Thнch Nguyкn Trн, Overseas Unified Buddhist Church of Vietnam, Garden Grove, California, U.S.A..
011 Huỳnh Văn Hiệp, Overseas Hoa Hao Buddhist Church, Washington DC, U.S.A..
012 Nguyễn Thаnh Long, Overseas Hoa Hao Buddhist Church, Santa Ana, California, U.S.A..
013 Attorney Lвm Lễ Trinh, Vietnam Human Rights Networks, Hungtington Beach, California, U.S.A..
014 Attorney Nguyễn Hữu Thống, Vietnam Human Rights Networks, San Jose, California, U.S.A..
015 Dr. Вu Dương Thệ, Dortmunt, Germany.
016 Eng. Lвm Đăng Chвu, Hannover, Germany.
017 Trương Anh Thụy, Writer, Virginia, U.S.A.,
018 Prof. Nguyễn Thanh Trang, Vietnam Human Rights Networks, California, U.S.A..
019 Eng. Đoаn Việt Trung, Victoria, Australia.
020 Dr. Vх Nhвn Trн, Paris, France.
021 Lк Duy Cấn, Ottawa, Canada.
022 Nguyễn Hồng Liкn, Vietnam Human Rights Committee, New York, U.S.A..
023 Phạm Trần, Journalist, Virginia, U.S.A..
024 Prof. Đỗ Quэ Toаn, Writer Poet Journalist, California, U.S.A..
025 Phan Quang Tuệ, Judge, California, U.S.A..
026 Trần Nhật Kim, Commentator Writer, Virginia, U.S.A..
027 Nguyễn Cao Quyền, Commentator, Maryland, U.S.A..
028 Dr. Nguyễn Văn Trần, Paris, France.
029 Dr. Phan Văn Song, Paris, France.
030 Hồ Minh Chвu, Hoa Hao Buddhist Church, France..
031 Trần Ngọc Sơn, Paris, France.
032 Prof. Vũ Thiện Hвn, Paris, France.
033 Jackie Bong-Wright, Falls Church, Virginia, U.S.A..
034 Dr. Trần Huк, Offenbach, Germany.
035 Chu Vũ Бnh, Hamburg, Germany.
036 Prof. Nguyễn Quốc Khải, Vietnam Review, Inc., Potomac, Maryland, U.S.A..
037 Nguyкn Dung, California, U.S.A..
038 Đỗ Anh Tаi, Movement of the Vietnamese Laity in Diaspora, Nam California, U.S.A..
039 Nguyễn Duy Hinh, ARVN General (ret.) Virginia, U.S.A..
040 Dr. Hа Văn Hải, Boston, Massachusetts, U.S.A..
041 Dr. Nguyễn Tường Bбch, Westminster, California, U.S.A..
042 Trần Cфng Thiện, California, U.S.A..
043 Nguyễn Tường Бnh, Artist, Virginia, U.S.A..
044 Vũ Hối, Laurel, Artist, Maryland, U.S.A..
045 Trần Bмnh Nam, Commentator, California, U.S.A..
046 Dr. Mai Thanh Truyết, California, U.S.A..
047 Trần Ngọc Thаnh, Businessman, Warsaw, Ba Lan.
048 Mạc Viкt Hồng, Businesswoman, Warsaw, Ba Lan.
049 Prof. Đỗ Thị Thuấn, California, U.S.A..
050 Phạm Hoаng, Vietnam Democracy Organization, vа Cбnh Йn magazine, Munchen, Germany.
051 Nguyễn Duy Tвn, Human Rights Committee, Germany.
052 Attorney Nguyễn Quốc Lвn, Garden Grove, California, U.S.A..
053 Prof. Jean Libby, California, U.S.A..
054 Nguyễn Chн Thiệp, Writer, Houston, Texas, U.S.A..
055 Dr. Ngф Văn Tuấn, Amsterdam, Hтa Lan.
056 Father Gioan Đinh Xuвn Minh, Mainz, Germany.
057 Lк Doгn Kim, Gaithersburg, Maryland, U.S.A..
058 Ngọc Dung, Vietnamese Community of the Greater Vancouver, Canada.
059 Ngф Thị Hiền, Committee for Religious Freedom in Vietnam, Bethesda, Maryland, U.S.A..
060 Hoаng Tư Duy, Financial Analyst, Washington, DC, U.S.A..
061 Father Nguyễn Thanh, California, U.S.A..
062 Father Trần Quэ Thiện, California, U.S.A..
063 Nguyễn Lк Nguyкn, Paris, France.
064 Phạm Nhвn, Virginia, U.S.A..
065 GS Tфn Thất Thiện, Ottawa, Canada.
066 Eng.Trần Dũng Minh Dвn, Houston, Texas, U.S.A..
067 Trương Trọng Trбc, Journalist, Houston, Texas, U.S.A.
068 Nguyễn Quốc Cường, Journalist, Houston, Texas, U.S.A.
069 Lк Duy Nhвn, Journalist, Houston, Texas, U.S.A..
070 Nфng Duy Trường, Journalist, Houston, Texas, U.S.A..
071 Nhuệ Giang, Journalist, Minnesota, U.S.A..
072 Kinh Huy, Journalist, Minnesota, U.S.A..
073 Trịnh Ngọc Anh, Radio Hoa Mai, California, U.S.A..
074 Father Đinh Xuвn Long, North Carolina, U.S.A..
075 Father Nguyễn Thanh Long, Silver Spring, Maryland, U.S.A..
076 Dr. Nguyễn Tiến Cảnh, Florida, U.S.A..
077 Phan Vỹ, Virginia, U.S.A..
078 Chu Bб Yến, Florida Việt Bбo magazine, U.S.A..
079 Nguyễn Ngọc Бnh, Vietnamese Nationalist Community of Arizona, U.S.A..
080 Lữ Anh Thư, Financial Analyst, Chбnh, Virginia, U.S.A..
081 Lк Ngọc Phương, Vietnam Freedom and Democracy Forum, Adelaide, Australia.
082 Nguyễn Kỳ Phong, Vietnam Researcher, Virginia, U.S.A..
083 Phong Thu, Writer, Silver Spring, Maryland, U.S.A..
084 Dr. Trần Mộng Lвm, Montreal, Canada.
085 An Nguyễn, Real Estate Specialist, Garden Grove, California, U.S.A..
086 Đoаn Hữu Định, Washington, DC, U.S.A..
087 Trần Tử Thanh, Virginia, Hoa-Kэ.
088 Quản Mỹ Lan, Provence, France.
089 Phạm Ngọc Lвm, Provence, France.
090 Nguyễn Huy Long, Virginia, U.S.A..
091 Đаo Hiếu Thảo, Journalist, Virginia, U.S.A..
092 Eng. Đỗ Như Điện, Movement of the Vietnamese Laity in Diaspora, Fallbrooks, California, U.S.A..
093 Tфn Thất Diкn, California, U.S.A..
094 Nguyễn Sĩ Chấp, Houston, Texas.
095 Đinh Quang Anh Thбi, Journalist, Little Saigon, California.
096 Phan Thanh Tвm, Saint Paul, Minnesota, U.S.A..
097 Nguyễn Bб Tщng, California, U.S.A..
098 Eng Vũ Văn Thбi, International Vietnamese Buddhist Church, Montreal, Canada.
099 Cấn Thị Bнch Ngọc, Montreal, Canada.
100 Trần Tuэ Việt, San Francisco, California, U.S.A..
101 Nguyễn Cфng Danh, California, U.S.A..
102 Prof. Lưu Trung Khảo, Overseas Vietnamese Teachers Association, New Port Beach, California, U.S.A..
103 Chu Chн Nam, Paris, France.
104 Trần Việt Hải, Writer, Los Angeles, California, U.S.A..
105 Eng. Trần Quốc Dũng, Herdon, Virginia, U.S.A..
106 Vх Nhẫn, Fairfax, Virginia, U.S.A..
107 Hoаng Cơ Định, San Jose, California, U.S.A..
108 Trần Thị Thức, Annadale, Virginia, U.S.A..
109 Trần Đan Tвm, Educator, London, United Kingdom.
110 Eng. Giang Nguyễn, London, United Kingdom.
111 Mai Nguyễn, London, United Kingdom.
112 Eng. Nguyễn Mai Giang Vвn, London, United Kingdom.
113 Mai Thị Vвn, Nurse, London, United Kingdom.
114 Ngọc Trần, London, United Kingdom.
115 Quвn Trần, Oxford, United Kingdom.
116 Eng. Trần Nam, Washington DC, U.S.A..
117 Dr. Nguyễn T. Khương, Paris, France.
118 Dr. Peter Tфn Thất, London, United Kingdom.
119 Trần Văn Đơn, Manchester, United Kingdom.
120 Đỗ Sung, Leicester, United Kingdom.
121 Cường Phạm, Birmingham, United Kingdom.
122 Prof. Nguyễn Phượng, Birmingham, United Kingdom.
123 Phạm Luy, Birmingham, United Kingdom.
124 Nguyễn Văn Phương, Birmingham, United Kingdom.
125 Lк Thanh Lập, Birmingham, United Kingdom.
126 Nguyễn Văn Tвn, Birmingham, United Kingdom.

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  • 08 August 2015289. Rich W
    City and state Illinois Organization - Occupation retired military officer freedom for everyone in Vietnam to include the Montagnards
  • 07 August 2015288. Pham H
    I support this petition
  • 02 July 2015287. Nguyn Vn
    I support this petition
  • 12 June 2015286. Nguyen Anhtt
    I support this petition
  • 04 June 2015285. Vu Ducc
    City and state Laguna Niguel Organization - Occupation Retired Pastor В
  • 21 May 2015284. Ma C
    I support this petition
  • 14 May 2015283. Stephen D
    City and state Berkeley, CA Organization - Occupation В В
  • 12 May 2015282. Tam Mt
    City and state Houston Texas Organization - Occupation В В
  • 12 May 2015281. Do A
    City and state Cerritos, CA Organization - Occupation Engineer Freedom is synonymous with nature, to do otherwise is unnatural.
  • 05 May 2015280. Le Phatm
    City and state Houston, Texas Organization - Occupation Alliance For Democracy In Vietnam Member
  • 01 April 2015279. Nguyn Nhh
    I support this petition
  • 01 April 2015278. Truc Quangn
    I support this petition
  • 23 March 2015277. Nguyentrungchinh Bradford
    City and state san jose ca Organization - Occupation В В
  • 19 March 2015276. Nguyen Anh
    I support this petition
  • 04 March 2015275. Tran Hoit
    City and state Oregon Organization - Occupation Teacher В
  • 01 March 2015274. Tiep Vanl
    I support this petition

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