Nguyen Hoang Quoc Hung
|Days In Jail:||3686 days|
|Activity:||Labour rights activist|
|Arrest Date:||February 24, 2010|
|Sentence:||9 years in prison|
|Charge:||Article 89 (Disrupting security and order against the people's administration)|
|Location:||Xuyen Moc Prison Camp|
Nguyen Hoang Quoc Hung is a member of the pro-democracy coalition Bloc 8406 and is an activist advocating for farmers’ and workers’ rights. He was arrested after distributing leaflets calling for a strike by 10,000 workers at the My Phong shoe factory in Tra Vinh province.
Xuyen Moc Prison Camp
Activists being held at this prison:
|Doan Dinh Nam|
|Ho Van Hai|
|Le Xuan Phuc|
|Nguyen Hoang Quoc Hung|
|Phanh Thanh Y|
|Vo Ngoc Cu|
|Vo Thanh Le|
|Vuong Tan Son|
Note on Penal Code provisions:
A revised and expanded penal code took effect January 1, 2018 (known as the “Amended 2015 Penal Code”). While the previous provisions criminalizing political expression remained unchanged, they were renumbered. For instance, Article 79 (attempting to overthrow the government), Article 88 (anti-state propaganda), and Article 258 (abusing democratic rights) were renumbered as Article 109, Article 117, and Article 331, respectively.
For consistency with past media coverage, our database records the Article(s) that the prisoner was charged with (i.e., based on the version of the penal code applicable at the time of the sentencing).