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lundi 5 septembre 2011

Sentence cut for ex-Vietnam official in graft scandal

An appeal court in Vietnam on Thursday reduced to 20 years the jail term of a former senior official at the centre of a corruption scandal that led Japan to suspend aid, a court official said.

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mardi 18 août 2009

Former Vietnam transport official facing 20yrs jail

A former transport official, already sentenced to 13 years imprisonment, is facing another 10 to 20 years in prison after Vietnam's Supreme Procuracy laid new charges against him on Tuesday.

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vendredi 16 janvier 2009

Vietnam to release jailed reporter early

HANOI — Vietnam will grant an early release to a journalist jailed for his aggressive coverage of a government corruption scandal, an official said Friday.

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Le Vietnam libère un journaliste condamné pour des articles anti-corruption

HANOI — Un journaliste vietnamien, condamné l'an dernier à deux ans de prison pour sa couverture d'un scandale de corruption, sera libéré ce week-end, dans le cadre de la traditionnelle amnistie du nouvel an lunaire du Têt, a annoncé vendredi le vice-ministre de la Sécurité publique.

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samedi 15 novembre 2008

PM pledges to probe Japan graft case

Vietnam's premier pledged Thursday to probe a corruption case in which Japanese businesspeople have admitted bribing a Vietnamese official in the latest scandal involving a foreign aid-funded road project.

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vendredi 24 octobre 2008

Vietnam : behind the journalists' jailings

The conviction of two senior journalists in Hanoi last week had more to do with tussles within the leadership of the ruling Vietnam Communist Party than anything else. The much-derided show trial of the journalists and two anti-corruption investigators indicates the intensity of the conflict between the party's conservatives and reformists. The loser appears to be Prime Minister Nguyen Tan Dung.

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dimanche 19 octobre 2008

EU slams jailing of Vietnam reporter

The European Union has labelled Vietnam's jailing of an anti-corruption journalist as "an attack on the freedom of expression".

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jeudi 16 octobre 2008

Jornalista preso por escrever informações falsas

Vietnamita foi condenado a dois anos de prisão. Juiz considera que prejudicou «a imagem e prestígio de funcionários governamentais de topo»

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Le Vietnam condamné après l'emprisonnement d'un journaliste

Plusieurs chancelleries occidentales et organisations de défense des droits de l'homme ont critiqué Hanoï jeudi après la condamnation à un an de prison d'un journaliste vietnamien qui avait couvert un vaste scandale de corruption dans le pays.

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mercredi 15 octobre 2008

Justiça do Vietnã condena jornalista por denúncia de corrupção

HANÓI - Um tribunal do Vietnã condenou nesta quarta-feira a dois anos de prisão um jornalista por sua cobertura de um importante escândalo estatal de corrupção, além de ter condenado a um ano de prisão a fonte policial utilizada pelo repórter.

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Vietnam jails journalist in graft reporting trial

HANOI - A court in communist Vietnam sentenced a journalist to two years in jail on Wednesday after finding him guilty of "abuse of power" while covering a state corruption scandal two years ago.

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Prison ferme pour un journaliste après sa couverture d'un scandale

HANOI — Un journaliste vietnamien a été condamné mercredi par un tribunal de Hanoï à deux ans de prison pour sa couverture d'un vaste scandale de corruption qui avait ébranlé les plus hautes instances du pouvoir, en 2006.

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samedi 11 octobre 2008

Trial of two journalists will be test for press freedom and the fight against corruption

Reporters Without Borders today called on the Vietnamese judges due to try journalists Nguyen Viet Chien and Nguyen Van Hai starting on 14 October to dismiss the case and release them.

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Procès de Nguyen Viet Chien et Nguyen Van Hai : une affaire test pour la liberté de la presse et la lutte contre la corruption

Reporters sans frontières appelle les magistrats vietnamiens qui vont juger, à partir du 14 octobre 2008, les journalistes Nguyen Viet Chien et Nguyen Van Hai, à prononcer un non-lieu et à ordonner leur libération. Ce procès est un test crucial pour la liberté de la presse et la lutte contre la corruption au Viêt-nam, dans la mesure où ces deux journalistes d’investigation avaient enquêté sur le scandale du PMU 18, qui avait éclaboussé de hauts responsables.

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vendredi 10 octobre 2008

Vietnam to try journalists for corruption stories

HANOI — Two Vietnamese journalists will go on trial next week for allegedly writing inaccurate stories about one of the country's most high-profile corruption cases, an official said Friday.

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vendredi 5 septembre 2008

Vietnam punishes journalists over coverage of anti-corruption case

HANOI — The Vietnamese government said Saturday that four journalists had been stripped of their accreditation because they wrote and edited false information on an anti-corruption case and had defended colleagues arrested for their coverage of the case.

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jeudi 29 mai 2008

Jailed PMU18 chief faces embezzlement charge

The central police said Monday they would press charges against Bui Tien Dung and some of his subordinates for siphoning off public funds worth 3.4 billion dong (US$210,000).

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jeudi 15 mai 2008

Former police investigator of foreign aid scandal could face charges

Police say they aim to press charges against a senior police officer who was in charge of investigating the PMU18 foreign aid scandal that shook the country two years ago. The new charges follow one day after two veteran reporters were arrested for coverage of PMU18 corruption case.

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jeudi 1 mai 2008

Vietnam : un ex-vice-ministre blanchi dans un scandale de corruption majeur

HANOI - La justice vietnamienne a abandonné les poursuites contre un ancien vice-ministre des Transports impliqué dans un scandale de corruption majeur qui avait semé le doute sur l'utilisation de l'aide internationale dans le pays communiste, ont indiqué samedi les médias. Nguyen Viet Tien, arrêté en avril 2006, avait été le plus haut responsable vietnamien inquiété dans le scandale dit du "PMU 18", un département du ministère des Transports chargé de la construction d'infrastructures lourdes comme les routes et les ponts.

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