A Hyum | Vietnam

Source: Freedom House, Amnesty International

78-year-old Hmong Christian, A Hyum (also known as Ba Kol) was arrested in April 2012, on charges of ‘undermining the unity policy’, under Article 87 of the 1999 Penal Code. He was sentenced in May 2013 to eight years imprisonment, and is reportedly detained at Mang Yang Prison Camp.

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Prison Address

A Hyum

Mang Yang Prison Camp

Gia Lai Province

Vietnam

Write on behalf of Hyum to the Vietnamese Embassy in New Zealand:

Embassy of Vietnam

Ambassador Nguyen Van Dung 

Level 21, Grand Plimmer Tower

2-6 Gilmer Terrace,

Wellington 6011

NEW ZEALAND

Updates

Time in prison:

In prison for 2449 days

Charged with:

‘undermining the unity policy’

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Embassy of Vietnam

Ambassador Nguyen Van Dung 

Level 21, Grand Plimmer Tower

2-6 Gilmer Terrace,

Wellington 6011

NEW ZEALAND

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