Vietnam arrests Facebook user for attempt to ‘overthrow the state’
Police in Vietnam on Friday arrested a Facebook user who authorities accuse of ‘attempting to overthrow the state’ by sharing content that defamed leaders of the ruling Communist Party, its security ministry said.
A keyboard is placed in front of a displayed Facebook logo in this illustration taken February 21, 2023. REUTERS/Dado Ruvic/Illustration/File PhotoHANOI, March 17 (Reuters) – Police in Vietnam on Friday arrested a Facebook user who authorities accuse of “attempting to overthrow the state” by sharing content that defamed leaders of the ruling Communist Party, its security ministry said.
Phan Thi Thanh Nha, 39, was accused of posting and sharing 25 articles and videos since 2018 seeking to “distort and defame leaders of the Communist Party of Vietnam and the state,” the police-run Ministry of Public Security said in a statement.
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