Monday, November 28, 2011

Voice of Vietnamese Americans Stands with the People of Yemen In Calling for a Peaceful Transition to a Democratic Society

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For Immediate Release
November 28, 2011 \
Contact: Genie Nguyen
703-593-7182


Voice of Vietnamese Americans Stands with the People of Yemen
In Calling for a Peaceful Transition to a Democratic Society.



Washington D.C, November 28, 2011: Voice of Vietnamese Americans congratulates the United Nations’ success on November 23, in encouraging President Ali Abdullah Saleh of Yemen to sign the agreement to end his dictator regime.

Voice of Vietnamese Americans applauds President Saleh for his wise determination to step down, and urges all of Mr. Saleh's loyalists to respect his decision, to immediately stop violence in Sanaa. Voice of Vietnamese Americans urges all leaderships of Yemen to quickly form a government with equal participation of the opposition and the ruling party, to end the current chaos of the nation.

Voice of Vietnamese Americans stands in solidarity with the people of Yemen in their quest for a peaceful transition to a democratic society. As Americans, we thank our President Obama of the United States for taking a position to support the will of the people, to confirm the American values: that of liberty and justice for all.

Voice of Vietnamese Americans celebrates the global democratic movement, with hope and faith in humanity. We call for a few remaining authoritarian regimes to honor the United Nations’ Declaration of Human Rights, to recognize the power of the people, to bring about sustainable world peace.

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The mission of Voice of Vietnamese Americans is to empower Vietnamese Americans by promoting civic engagement through community organizing and capacity building. Voice of Vietnamese Americans enhances, defends, and protects the American core values of human rights, civil rights, democracy, liberty, and justice for all.


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