Vietnam arrangement of the newly elected first female president contradicts total gender imbalance in the collectivist politics concerning Vietnam. Indeed the society is working hard to clean up women’s needs and rights. All this was spoken on Monday by citizens who publicly recommends this policy.
However, this Vietnam’s new President, Dang Thi Ngoc Thinh was chosen as the official acting president Sunday. While making follow ups to the death of Tran Dai Quang, who was a former chief in internal security.
Vietnam activists unimpressed.
Activists added on and said that though a female president was chosen, this can’t make it accountable to the public, and it won’t make the women’s rights better in Vietnam.
Genveva-based Inter-Parliamentary Union ranks Vietnam 61 out of 193 countries which supports women’s engagement in parliament.
Vietnam’s Assembly elected Dang Thi Ngoc Thinh as a vice president in 2016, and was born in 1959. She’s well educated with a bachelor in law and a master’s degree in party building. This was said through state media houses.
“The arrangement of a woman as Vietnam’s president may be not be perishable, but it’s less to do with internal party politics than gender,” said Andrea Giorgetta, an Asia director for the Paris-based International Federation.
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