Title Vietnam: 1. What is the current government attitude to Catholics in Viet Nam? Are there reports of ordinary practitioners of Catholicism being harassed by the authorities? 3. Are there reports of Catholic services being held in homes? 4. Are there reports of the family members of ex-Communist Party members/union activists that have not been active since the 1970s, being harassed by the authorities? 5. Are departure checks conducted to detect those known to the authorities? If yes, do the authorities interview or prevent departure or take any other action against such people if they attempt to depart Viet Nam?
Publisher Australia: Refugee Review Tribunal
Publication Date 28 October 2011
Country Viet Nam
Topics Freedom of religion | Political parties
Citation / Document Symbol VNM39375
Cite as Australia: Refugee Review Tribunal, Vietnam: 1. What is the current government attitude to Catholics in Viet Nam? Are there reports of ordinary practitioners of Catholicism being harassed by the authorities? 3. Are there reports of Catholic services being held in homes? 4. Are there reports of the family members of ex-Communist Party members/union activists that have not been active since the 1970s, being harassed by the authorities? 5. Are departure checks conducted to detect those known to the authorities? If yes, do the authorities interview or prevent departure or take any other action against such people if they attempt to depart Viet Nam?, 28 October 2011, VNM39375, available at: http://www.refworld.org/docid/5033b593366.html [accessed 2 September 2014]
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