The Vietnamese Party’s and State’s consistent policy confirms that human rights must be ensured and implemented by the Constitution and law. Since its inauguration, Vietnam has considered protecting human rights a central task. In the Declaration of Independence of the Democratic Republic of Vietnam, President Ho Chi Minh solemnly proclaimed: “Vietnam has the right to be a free and independent country—and in fact is so already. The entire Vietnamese people are determined to mobilize all their physical and mental strength, to sacrifice their lives and property in order to safeguard their independence and liberty.”Later, elements related to human rights were formally institutionalized into constitutional rights and law in the country’s first constitution (Constitution 1946). After four amendments and supplements, from the 1946 Constitution to the 1980 Constitution, 1992 Constitution, and the 2013 Constitution, human rights have increasingly become constitutional rights.Notwithstanding historical and understandable ups and downs during the revolutionary cause, the renewal, the cause of building and defending the socialist fatherland, our Party and State have always striven for the loftiest goal of respecting and ensuring human rights. Our Party plans to build and perfect the state socialist law, at the core of which is “a government of the people,… Read full this story
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