Category: VD-NEWS

Buying Degrees: Academic scam!

An event-related to Vietnam’s education that has been discussed by both mainstream media and social media netizens over the past week involves Dong Do University in Hanoi – one of the earliest established non-public universities in Vietnam. According to the…
Does Nguyen Xuan Phuc want to destroy Le Thanh Hai’s group?

In the context of the interest group planning to force Thu Thiem’s ​​land petitioners to stay in Saigon, in Hanoi, Mr. Nguyen Xuan Phuc held a vigorous meeting speaking out “against group interests.” What did Nguyen Xuan Phuc want? Wanting…
Ho Duy Hai injustice case: what is Vietnamese top legislator waiting for?

After the shamed cassation hearing of the 17-member council, which the public named disparagingly as “the board of cutting boards,” the ordinary people, the jurisprudence,  National Assembly (NA)’s members spoke up, the lawyer submitted a series of testimonies about Ho…
When Vietnamese national legislators say police were “overcrowded”

Recently, Vietnam’s highest legislative body National Assembly (NA) attracted the attention of public opinion when its member speaking publicly at the parliament advised the Minister of Public Security that the number of police officers was too large. “Sorry Minister, the…
Tragedy in post-communist Vietnamese society

When humanity still had a metaphysical ideal “From the time of the Fairy, the sadness is small Human beings just remember the story of heaven.“ These are two verses of Huy Can in the Prologue of Bui Van Nam Son…
Call for exemplary leadership: still theoretical and unreal!

“In order to earn people’s belief and agreement, leaders at all levels must be exemplary, work for their interests first.” That was the call of Mr. Nguyen Van Nen, secretary of the Ho Chi Minh City Party Committee when he…
Should the 13th Congress be a Congress on justice?

If I was asked to describe the process of national development reform from 1986 up to now in just one sentence, the sentence I choose would be “Desire for economic development but less appreciation of the practice of justice.” Looking…