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CCP’s Aggression in the South China Seas PART 4

The organizers noted that the referendum was accomplished in the backdrop of Vietnam’s new “Cybersecurity Law”. The Vietnamese communist government often blocked access to the referendum and threatened its participants. According to the organizers, they “did not have the illusion that the Vietnamese communist government will heed the wishes of the people and sue China. In fact, we showed the world the opposite that 95% of the Vietnamese people want integrity of their territorial waters and to work within an international legal framework.” Rejecting visions of a future led by the CCP though the dark images of Tibet, Xinjiang, Hongkong and the South China Sea, the organizers spoke of calling for the UN and the world governments to declare the CCP a Transnational Criminal Organization.