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Vietnam plans to continue building and perfecting legal and social institutions, based on the 2013 Constitution, to better ensure human rights in the country.

On the basis of the Party's guidelines and viewpoints, the Constitution, laws and policies of the State, the current situation and issues in ensuring human rights, taking into account the major human rights issues in the world, the situation on human rights in Vietnam in the 2020-2030 period can be forecasted as follows:

Development trends towards diversification and increasing social division in human rights needs; The trend of continuing to build and perfect institutions to ensure human rights in the direction of democracy and socialist rule of law with the active participation of social organizations to meet higher requirements in ensuring international human rights standards when the country has joined thea middle-income developing country group; the trend of positive and proactive and responsible participation in ensuring the universal values of human rights and positive, proactive dialogue and struggle in the field of human rights in international integration.

Therefore, the viewpoints on human rights assurance in Vietnam up to 2020, with a vision to 2030 are determined in the following directions:

The people are the subject of human rights and ensuring human rights is the goal and motivation of the socialist-oriented renovation cause; Human rights are both universal and peculiar and in society, human rights are basically expressed in humanity associated with class and nationality;

Ensuring human rights according to the motto of implementing universal human rights values on the basis of national sovereignty and attaching to the conditions of economic, social and cultural development;

Human rights are not identical with civil rights, including collective rights and individual rights, rights associated with obligations, limits of rights prescribed by law, on the basis of clearly defining rights holders and obligors; step by step ensuring equality among rights, with priority to the right to live, the right to develop and the rights of disadvantaged groups;

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Human rights are guaranteed by democracy and socialist rule of law. Photo: LAD

 

Human rights are guaranteed by democracy and socialist rule of law.

The legal conditions for human rights assurance in Vietnam today are fundamentally dependent on the continuation of building and perfecting the socialist rule of law State with 5 characteristics: State power is unified, with the assignment, coordination and control between state agencies in the exercise of executive and judicial legislative rights;

Excelling the Constitution and the law; the equality of all people in the enjoyment and development of rights, first and foremost in participating in state and social management; the ruling of the Communist Party of Vietnam within the framework of the Constitution and laws; and protection of justice, human rights and civil rights.

Solutions to ensure human rights in Vietnam up to 2020, with a vision to 2030 include: Increasing and widespread use of a human rights-based approach in planning and implementing policies, laws, strategies, plans and programs on socio-economic development of the Party and the State; practically guaranteeing human rights, especially the right to live, the right to develop and the rights of disadvantaged groups, on a basis of ensuring human rights equally.

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The people are the subject of human rights and ensuring human rights is the goal and motivation of the socialist-oriented renovation cause

Therefore, it is necessary to attach importance to the institutionalization and exercise of civil and political rights, because they are the direct premise of the rights to live and develop... Dealing with these issues shows the Party and State's level of leadership and management, not only in solving the relations between human rights and democracy, ethnicity, religion, access to information, etc.

Continuing to build and perfect legal and social institutions, based on the 2013 Constitution, to better ensure human rights; studying restructuring plans for the national human rights agencies in Vietnam, giving priority to two plans: establishing the "Vietnam Human Rights Association" and continuing to build and perfect the human rights agency specialized for women and children as recommended by ASEAN.

Continuing to actively integrate into the world and improve the effectiveness of dialogue and struggle in the field of human rights; promote education, training and research of human rights.

Tran Hang