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The Process of Viet Nam’s Preparation of the National Report under the United Nations Human Rights Council’s Universal Periodic Review

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Viet Nam has finished two national reports under the United Nations Human Rights Council’s Universal Periodic Review. The Vietnamese national reports were prepared in accordance with the general guidelines of the Human Rights Council and experience learnt from other countries. However, the process of Viet Nam’s preparation of its national reports reveals some shortcomings that should be considered. In order to fulfill the obligations of international human rights treaties of which Viet Nam is a party, the process of Viet Nam’s preparation of national reports should be continuously improved to further ensure and promote fundamental human rights in Viet Nam.

Affiliations: 1: LLD; Public International Law Department, International Law Faculty, Hanoi Law University, Hanoi, Viet Nam,


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