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Two men arrested for inciting protest

Update: June, 10/2018 - 11:00
Thousands of flyers were seized by police in Bình Dương. — VNA/VNS Photo Nguyễn Văn Việt
Viet Nam News

BÌNH DƯƠNG — Bình Dương Police on Sunday said that they have detained two men for allegedly inciting people to protest.

The police nabbed Trần Minh Huệ, 37, and 27-year-old Nguyễn Đình Thành on Saturday when they were giving out flyers at the Sóng Thần Industrial Park in Dĩ An Town.

Thousands of flyers were seized at the scene urging people to take part in protests against a certain land lease regulation in the draft Law on Special Administrative and Economic Units.

Huệ acknowledged his wrongdoings and said that he was following orders of anti-State organisations overseas.

Over the past few days, some anti-State organisations have taken advantage of people’s sentiments for the nation, spreading calls on social networks inciting people to protest, and even attack authorised forces, cause disorder in public and create an image of an ‘unstable’ Việt Nam. This is contrary to the State and people’s efforts to build a peaceful, democratic and civilised country.

Vietnam News Agency yesterday urged each voter and citizen to express their love for their country in a positive manner and in accordance with the law to contribute to peace, prosperity and firmly protect the country from sabotage activities of hostile forces. — VNS


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