In May 2018, the British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) listed Huynh Thuc Vy- a Vietnamese independent journalist as one of five female activists who are risking their lives to protect women rights.
The other ones are Wang Yu from China, Maria Chin Abdullah from Malaysia, Anchana Heemina from Thailand and Phyoe Phyoe Aung from Myanmar.
Today, they trial Huynh Thuc Vy in An Binh ward, a secluded, secluded area located at the end of Quang Trung street, which is the committee of An Binh ward (located behind the An Binh clinic at the turn right of the infirmary. ). From Hung Vuong Street (Highway 14, Buon Ho Town, next to the market town) is the intersection of Quang Trung Street, running on the left hand side, seeing the army camp, running to the left of the steep slope. There is a turn (blunt line) is the committee of An Binh ward.
I wonder why they do not treat our daughter in the court of Buon Ho town that put into a remote place like that for what purpose? Covering the world or easily suppressing people in court for Thuc Vy support – means supporting the freedom of expression!
At any cost, I would stand by my husband and children to fight for a bright future for Vietnam. And I believe that “righteousness will overcome evil”.
I believe that our family is not alone because there is always the companionship and support of people who love democracy and justice not only in the country but around the world.
I would like to sincerely thank all our friends who have been watching over us and supporting the struggle for the right to make a living for our daughter Huynh Thuc Vy.
PS: Sorry, I’m not good at English, but because of my love I want to write to you around the world to understand my husband’s daughter being persecuted by the Communist government because she expresses her freedom of expression.
Written by Huynh Thi Xuan Mai, Huynh Thuc Vy’s mother-in-law