For The Vietnamese People Party

For The Vietnamese People Party

“For the People Party” is the term used by Vietnamese media inside the country, referred to as the Vietnam Populist Party (VPP), which is also known in Vietnamese as “Đảng Vì Dân”, a.k.a. DVD.The Vietnam Populist Party was formed on January 01, 2006, and is campaigning for a Free and Fair General Election in Vietnam.Despite the party's non-violent policies, it is still viewed as an illegal organization by the Vietnamese government.


1/2006: Vietnam Populist Party formed by 5 pro-democracy groups.

1/2006: Vietnam Populist Party introduced the New Vietnam Platform, its initial political platform.

1/2006: Vietnam Populist Party announced it plan to openlycampaign for democracy in Vietnam, with a temporarily contact office in Hue.

2/2007: Vietnam Populist Party (VPP) and Vietnam Progression Party (VNPP) formed Lac-Hong Coalition.

2/2007: Rev. Hong Trung, VPP's Representative in Vietnam, arrested by Vietnam authority.

5/2007: Journalist Truong Minh Duc, a VPP member, arrested by Vietnam authority in Kien Giang province.

7/2007: Student Dang Hung, a VPP member, arrested by Vietnam authority in Binh Duong province.


VPP's immediate goals is a Free and Fair General Election in Vietnam.

VPP's legitimate goal is to build a new nation of Vietnam which offers peace, liberty, prosperity and progressivity.

The New Vietnam Platform is an elaborate and systematic plan of action, includes two schemes, and aimed at two main goals:

1. Scheme #1: Aimed to form a multi-party government; by campaigning for A Free and Fair Election in Vietnam. Our "Road Map To Democracy for Vietnam" is a proposal of political solutions for Vietnam, based on non-violent campaigns.

The DVD's Road Map to Democracy offers solutions for how to democratize the country under two sceenarios:

- the Vietnamese Communist Party is still in power.- the regime collapsed due to sudden political incidents or popular uprising.

The Road Map also offers tentative plans for transitional period, aimed to prevent bloodshed and social crisis.

2. Scheme #2: Aimed to transform Vietnam into a new country, which offers democracy, liberty, prosperity and progressives. All collective ideas formed under a proposal called "National Platform for A New Vietnam". The whole platform had been evaluated by groups of pro-democracy movements inside Vietnam and overseas as well.


The VPP is organized as several independent chapters inside Vietnam for its security purposes.

According to the VPP's Liaison Office, due to the security issues in Vietnam, leaders and members of the party in Vietnam are currently keep their identities confidential from public.

VPP's liaison office in Houston (Texas) is its only public contact.


Radio Hoa Mai

Radio Hoa-Mai is based in Southern California, dedicated to promote human rights and democracy in Vietnam.

Radio Hoa-Mai formed in February 2005, started with Webcast broadcasting program.

In May 2005, Radio Hoa-Mai contracted with KHWR Corp., an international radio broadcasting provider, expanded its Vietnamese language service with a shortwave program, broadcasts two days a week to Vietnam. The radio broadcasting programs serve the mass of millions Vietnamese with majority in rural areas.

In February 2006, the program extended to three days a week, consisting of pro-democracy news, educational of human rights and democracy, and commentary on non-violent campaigns for democracy in Vietnam. It also relays voices of the oppressed people to the world via webcast programs, and broadcast back to Vietnam via shortwave programs as well.

All broadcasted programs are archived for public access at

Radio Hoa-Mai is privately funded by democracy advocates, and operated by a group of young professionals and volunteers in the United States of America. The studio of Radio Hoa-Mai is currently located in Houston, Texas.

Radio Hoa-Mai currently has two Vietnamese language programs. The specific purposes of the shortwave radio program are:

- Helping victims of oppressions, labor abuses, corruptions, etc to raise awareness of the corrupted system in Vietnam.

- Promoting democracy as well as help spread news about activities campaigning for a free Vietnam inside Vietnam and overseas as well.

- Supporting all efforts of fighting against human trafficking and children sex slaves.

- Campaigning for a peaceful political solution for Vietnam, especially a Free and Fair National Election in Vietnam, to pave a way for forming a democratic government without a bloodshed.

- Introducing policy, roadmap to democracy and plans of the Vietnam Populist Party (VPP) to help building Vietnam afterward.

Hoa Mai Newsletters

Hoa-Mai Newsletters (Tập san Hoa-Mai) is a non-commercial prints, published monthly inside Vietnam, and on the VPP’s websites.Hoa-Mai Newsletters publishes articles about VPP’s policy and its activities. It also introduces pro-democracy articles and researches.

External links

* [ Official website of the Vietnam Populist Party]
* [ Another website of the Vietnam Populist Party]
* [ Website of Radio Hoa-Mai]
* [ Personal website of Nguyen Cong Bang, a founding member of the Vietnam Populist Party]

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