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Nguyễn Ngọc Như Quỳnh en grève de la faim

La blogueuse et activiste sociale Nguyễn Ngọc Như Quỳnh, emprisonnée depuis deux ans, est en grève de la faim depuis le 6 juin 2018, soit 12 jours. Très inquiète sur sa santé et sans nouvelles de sa fille, sa mère lance un appel vidéographique le jour du 39e anniversaire de sa fille pour la sauver.

Xin hãy cứu giúp con gái tôi – Nguyễn Ngọc Như Quỳnh!

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Vietnamese Blogger Mother Mushroom Moved From Cell, Still Refuses Food [RFA]

Sixième jour de grève de la faim pour la blogueuse Nguyen Ngoc Nhu Quynh. Rappel de son cas sur Radio Free Asia.

Jailed Vietnamese blogger Nguyen Ngoc Nhu Quynh, also known as Mother Mushroom, is continuing to refuse food despite being transferred to a new cell, a key demand in a hunger strike she launched a week ago, her mother says.

Though she is now safe from a hostile and threatening cellmate in her former cell, she has no privacy in her new location, Quynh’s mother Nguyen Thi Tuyet Lan told RFA’s Vietnamese Service on Thursday.

“The cell is not adequately walled, and even the toilet can be seen from outside,” Lan said after visiting her daughter in prison.

“She is still badly treated by the guards,” said Lan, adding that Quynh is in poor health and “getting thinner.”

Lan said she had urged Quynh during her visit to give up her strike, adding that friends and supporters outside the jail are also urging her to eat, but her daughter had vowed to continue to refuse food.

“She urged us to respect her decision,” Lan said.

Lan said that she was able to leave her daughter with a new set of clothes and a book of English grammar, but that a bible she had hoped to leave was given back by authorities at the jail.

Lire la suite : RFA, 12/07/2018.

Photo « à la une » : Vietnamese blogger Nguyen Ngoc Nhu Quynh is shown in court in Nha Trang on Nov. 30, 2017 © AFP

‘I Won’t Leave Vietnam,’ Detained Blogger Says, Promising to Stay to Work For Change [RFA]

La blogueuse et journaliste Pham Doan Trang récipendiaire d’un prix à Prague pour les Droits de l’homme décide de rester dans son pays pour poursuivre son action en faveur de la démocratie.

A Vietnamese activist blogger now under house arrest in Hanoi says she will not travel outside the country to receive a human rights award in March, vowing instead to remain in Vietnam to work for change in the one-party communist state.

Pham Doang Trang, author of a recently published book on political engagement that has angered Vietnamese authorities, wrote on Wednesday on her Facebook page that she will not attempt to go abroad to receive her prize.

“I haven’t gone abroad and don’t plan to, not even for a few days to receive the Homo Homini Prize in the Czech Republic on March 5,” Trang said.

“I will never leave Vietnam until Vietnam has changed.”

“When one is like a fish that has been born in a dirty and polluted pond, one can either find one’s way to a nicer and cleaner pond nearby or to the vast ocean, or one can try to change one’s own pond to make it beautiful, breathable, and worth living in,” Trang said.

“I choose this second option,” she said.

« She will never surrender’

L’ouvrage de Pham Doan Trang, « La politique pour tous », publié aux États-Unis en septembre 2017 © DR

Speaking on Wednesday to RFA’s Vietnamese Service, Trang’s mother Bui Thi Thien Can praised her daughter for her “beautiful ideals,” saying Trang “cannot and will never surrender or betray the path she has begun.”

Trang wrote her book, Politics for Everyone, to equip the Vietnamese public with basic knowledge about politics “so they won’t be afraid of politics or try to avoid it, especially youth and students who are afraid of the security forces,” Can said.

“I am very proud of having a daughter as smart and brave as Trang,” she said.

Security officers apprehended Trang on Feb. 24 to ask about her book and other activities and held her for 23 hours before returning her to her home under house arrest, fellow activists said at the weekend.

Copies of Trang’s book, which is considered politically sensitive in Vietnam, were seized by customs agents in the central coastal city of Danang on Feb. 9, when they were shipped into the country from abroad.

Trang recently received the Homo Homini Award from People in Need, an international human rights organization based in the Czech Republic that recognizes individuals dedicated to the development of human rights, democracy, and nonviolent solutions to political conflict.

Reported by RFA’s Vietnamese Service. Translated by Emily Peyman. Written in English by Richard Finney.

Source : Radio Free Asia

“Arrestation arbitraire et mise en résidence surveillée sans la moindre procédure… Les autorités vietnamiennes ne s’embarrassent même plus de camoufler leur répression de la liberté de la presse avec les habituels vernis de la légalité, déplore Daniel Bastard, responsable du bureau Asie-Pacifique de RSF. L’arrestation d’une journaliste comme Pham Doan Trang, reconnue internationalement pour son courage et la qualité de ses publications, représenterait un degré supplémentaire dans la course que se livrent les officiels vietnamiens pour étouffer les voix libres. La communauté internationale doit immédiatement en tirer les conséquences.”

Autres articles en vietnamien sur le blog Dân Làm Báo :

Illustration « à la une » : Dân Làm Báo © DR

Nhà hoạt động Trần Thị Nga bị bắt [Arrestation de Tran Thi Nga, activiste sociale]

21 janvier 2017 : nouvelle de l’arrestation de Tran Thi Nga, une activiste sociale renommée, pour « propagande contre la RSVN » au titre de l’article 88 du code pénal vietnamien.

Le 10 octobre 2016, la blogueuse Mẹ Nấm (« Mère Champignon ») avait été arrêtée en vertu du même article. Le 10 juin 2016, l’activiste des droits fonciers Can Thi Theu avait été arrêtée pour « troubles à l’ordre public ». La répression contre les dissidentes se poursuit.

CTV Danlambao – Sau nhiều ngày khủng bố, đe dọa và giam lỏng tại nhà riêng, bà Trần Thị Nga đã bị Cơ quan An ninh điều tra – Công an tỉnh Hà Nam khám xét nơi ở và đọc lệnh bắt tạm giam vào ngày 21/1/2017.

Bạn bè cho hay, bà Nga bị khởi tố theo điều 88 BLHS “tuyên truyền chống nhà nước CHXHCN Việt Nam”, một trong những điều luật cho phép nhà cầm quyền bắt bớ tùy tiện và trả thù các nhân vật bất đồng chính kiến.

Lire la suite : Dân Làm Báo

tranthingabibat_21-01-2017Tran Thi Nga prise en main par deux fonctionnaires de la Sécurité publique © Danlambao

  • Voir aussi Viết ngắn cho bạn le message de soutien de l’ancienne prisonnière de conscience Pham Thanh Nghiên :

Phạm Thanh Nghiên (Danlambao) – Bạn có biết người phụ nữ này không? Cô ấy tên là Trần Thị Nga, quê ở Hà Nam, tuổi Đinh Tỵ, tức là bằng tuổi tôi. Nhưng cô ấy hơn hẳn tôi về lòng can đảm và ý chí quật cường.

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Une femme a été arrêtée dans la province de Ha Nam pour propagande contre la République socialiste du Vietnam

VietnamNet – Le 21 janvier, la police de la province de Ha Nam a arrêté Mme Tran Thi Nga, 40 ans, domiciliée au 254 avenue Tran Thi Phuc, ville de Phu Ly, province de Ha Nam, pour « propagation contre la République socialiste du Vietnam » selon l’article 88 du Code Pénal de 1999. L’arrestation est intervenue, alors que celle-ci aurait été en « train de télécharger sur Internet des séquences vidéo et des articles de nature à saboter la République socialiste du Vietnam ». L’investigation policière continue pour mettre en lumière cette affaire. (source : RDP Hanoi d’après VietnamNet)

Témoignage vidéographique de Đoàn Thị Thùy Dương

Constat de la « facebookeuse » Thuy Duong sur la situation sociale et politique du Viêt-Nam sous la direction du Parti communiste. Plaidoyer pour une prise de conscience contre la dictature et pour la liberté d’expression. La parole libre d’une étudiante… désespérée et combattive qui a pris la lourde décision de refuser de se taire depuis la Norvège. Une invitation à l’action.

 

Mis en ligne sur la chaîne 28 (YouTube) et sur sa chaîne personnelle le 3 janvier 2017.

Suivre son interview à l’occasion de la journée des Droits de l’Homme (10 décembre 2016).