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…những người mắc sai lầm có lòng tự trọng nên từ chức.

Posted by noob on Tháng Mười 1, 2008

….một số đại biều quốc hội đã đặt vấn đề là những người mắc sai lầm có lòng tự trọng nên từ chức.

General view of the opening of the National Assembly's summer session in Hanoi on May 6, 2008. During the month-long session, legislators are set to discuss economic challenges, including double-digit inflation. From Getty Images by AFP/Getty Images.

General view of the opening of the National Assembly’s summer session in Hanoi on May 6, 2008. During the month-long session, legislators are set to discuss economic challenges, including double-digit inflation.

Vietnamese Deputy Prime Minister Nguyen Sinh Hung addresses the opening ceremony of the 12th ASEAN Finance Ministers' Meeting in Da Nang  City, Vietnam, April 4, 2008.

Vietnamese Deputy Prime Minister Nguyen Sinh Hung addresses the opening ceremony of the 12th ASEAN Finance Ministers’ Meeting in Da Nang City, Vietnam, April 4, 2008.

Da Nang, January 30,2008. Nearly 10,000 workers went on strike at a Hong Kong-owned Vietnam toy factory

Vietnamese workers are seen as they go on strike at the Keyhinge Toy plant in the central city of Da Nang, 30 January 2008. Nearly 10,000 workers went on strike at a Hong Kong-owned Vietnam toy factory, the latest in a rash of labour disputes admid double-digit inflation ahead of the Tet lunar New Year, state media said. The workers at the plant  walked off the job 30 January, demanding higher bonuses and longer holidays for Tet, the country's most important festival next week, one of the workers told. From Getty Images by AFP/Getty Images.

Vietnamese workers are seen as they go on strike at the Keyhinge Toy plant in the central city of Da Nang, 30 January 2008. Nearly 10,000 workers went on strike at a Hong Kong-owned Vietnam toy factory, the latest in a rash of labour disputes admid double-digit inflation ahead of the Tet lunar New Year, state media said. The workers at the plant walked off the job 30 January, demanding higher bonuses and longer holidays for Tet, the country’s most important festival next week, one of the workers told. …!!!!

Tại sao Trẻ em VN ta nhu the nay.??!!!

Commuters travel on a street in Ho Chi Minh City October 1,  2007.  REUTERS/Kham From Reuters Pictures by REUTERS.

Tình trạng “giao thông” Thành Phố hàng ngày !!!!

RNPS PICTURES OF THE YEAR 2007 - Residents are being evacuated on a boat in a flooded village in Vietnam's central Thua Thien Hue province October 19, 2007. At least 30,000 people had been moved to higher ground in the provinces of Thua Thien-Hue and Quang Tri, where two people drowned as their boat capsized on Wednesday, the government said. From Reuters Pictures by REUTERS.

Residents are being (911)evacuated on a boat in a flooded village in Vietnam’s central Thua Thien Hue province October 19, 2007_PICTURES OF THE YEAR 2007

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Bòn rút tham nhũng làm sập cầu. Dân nghèo chết như rạ còn mấy thằng đầu đảng thì ….???!!!!!

Vietnam's Transport Minister  Ho Nghia Dung speaks with media in front the scene of a bridge collapse in Vietnam's Mekong Delta's Vinh Long province September 27, 2007. Rescue workers found five more bodies on Thursday in the rubble of the bridge that collapsed in southern Vietnam, the country's worst bridge accident in which up to 60  workers were killed. The bridge was under construction near the heavily trafficked Hau River that separates the city of Can Tho from Vinh Long province. REUTERS/Kham From Reuters Pictures by REUTERS.

Vietnam’s Transport Minister Ho Nghia Dung ….


Vietnam's Prime Minister Nguyen Tan Dung (C, wearing soldier's hat) visits the site of a collapsed bridge in Vietnam's Mekong Delta's Vinh Long province October 8, 2007. Two spans of the bridge under construction in Can Tho, in the Mekong Delta, broke on September 26 in the nation's worst such accident, killing at least 49 and  injuring 82, some with critical head injuries. From Reuters Pictures by REUTERS.

Nguyen Tan Dung visits the site of a collapsed bridge on September 26 in the nation’s worst such accident, killing at least 49 and injuring 82, some with critical head injuries.

Vietnam's Prime Minister Nguyen Tan Dung (C, wearing soldier's hat) visits the site of a collapsed bridge in Vietnam's Mekong Delta's Vinh Long province October 8, 2007. Two spans of the bridge under construction in Can Tho, in the Mekong Delta, broke on September 26 in the nation's worst such accident, killing at least 49 and injuring 82, some with critical head injuries. From Reuters Pictures by REUTERS.

Vietnam’s Prime Minister Nguyen Tan Dung

Vietnam's Transport Minister Ho Nghia Dung speaks with media in front the scene of a bridge collapse in Vietnam's Mekong Delta's Vinh Long province September 27, 2007. Rescue workers found five more bodies on Thursday in the rubble of the bridge that collapsed in southern Vietnam, the country's worst bridge accident in which up to 60 workers were killed. The bridge was under construction near the heavily trafficked Hau River that separates the city of Can Tho from Vinh Long province. REUTERS/Kham From Reuters Pictures by REUTERS.

Vietnam’s Transport Minister Ho Nghia Dung speaks with media…

Nguyen Thi Hang Nhi sits crying as she waits for news about her father Nguyen Van Dun who is still stuck under rubbles at the site of the collapse of the Can Tho bridge under construction 27 September 2007.  Rescuers poursuit their search for at  least 12 people still missing after the collapse of part of the bridge which killed at least 42 people in southern province of Vinh Long From Getty Images by AFP/Getty Images.

Nguyen Thi Hang Nhi sits crying as she waits for news about her father Nguyen Van Dun who is still stuck under rubbles at the site of the collapse of the Can Tho bridge under construction 27 September 2007.

Nguyen Thi Tam (L) and Nguyen Thi Kieu sits waiting for news about their respectively husband and brother who are still stuck under rubbles at the site of the  collapse of the Can Tho bridge under construction 27 September 2007 at My Hoa commune in southern province of Vinh Long.  Rescuers poursuit their search for at least 12 people still missing after the collapse of part of the bridge which killed at least 42 people in southern province of Vinh Long From Getty  Images by AFP/Getty Images.

Nguyen Thi Tam (L) and Nguyen Thi Kieu sits waiting for news about their respectively husband and brother who are still stuck under rubbles at the site of the collapse of the Can Tho bridge under construction

Nguyen Thi Liet stands in front of the coffin for her husband, Nguyen Van Son a victim of the collapsed bridge, with her daughter Nguyen Thi Kim Anh (L) during his funeral ceremony in Vietnam's Mekong Delta's Vinh Long province, September 28, 2007. Recovery crews using sniffer dogs and cranes searched on Friday for more bodies believed to be trapped under the rubble of a bridge in southern Vietnam that collapsed killing up to 64 people.  REUTERS/Kham From Reuters Pictures by REUTERS.

Nguyen Thi Liet stands in front of the coffin for her husband,

A victim of the collapsed bridge is pictured through a window as he receives treatment from health workers at 121 military hospital  in Vietnam's Mekong Delta's Can Tho City September 30, 2007. Recovery workers dug out three bodies on Saturday from the rubble of a section of collapsed bridge, raising the death toll from the disaster in southern  Vietnam to 49, the Transport Minister said. At a news conference near the site, the minister and an executive from one of the Japanese companies building the bridge over a river apologised for Wednesday's accident, Vietnam's worst bridge disaster. REUTERS/Kham From Reuters Pictures by REUTERS.

A victim of the collapsed bridge is pictured through a window as he receives treatment

A woman lights candles on the coffin of collapsed bridge victim Nguyen Van Son, during the funeral ceremony in Vietnam's Mekong Delta's Vinh Long province, September 28, 2007. Recovery crews using sniffer dogs and cranes searched on Friday for more bodies believed to be trapped under the rubble of a bridge in southern Vietnam that collapsed killing up to 64 people.  REUTERS/Kham From Reuters Pictures by REUTERS.

A woman lights candles on the coffin of collapsed bridge victim Nguyen Van Son,

Vietnamese and Japanese officials attend the funeral ceremony of victims of a bridge collapse in Vietnam's Mekong Delta's Vinh Long province September 30, 2007. Recovery workers dug out three bodies on Saturday from the rubble of a section of collapsed bridge, raising the death toll from the disaster in southern Vietnam to 49, the Transport Minister said.     REUTERS/Kham From Reuters Pictures by REUTERS.

Vietnamese and Japanese officials attend the funeral ceremony of victims of a bridge collapse

Vietnam's Transport Minister Ho Nghia Dung (sitting), Taisei Corporation Chairman Kanji Hayama, an unidentified translator, Kajima Corporation Executive Vice President Masaru Kawai and Nippon Steel Engineering Managing Director Yoshichika Nisho.  REUTERS/Kham From Reuters Pictures by REUTERS.

Japanese Taisei Corporation contractors bow while attending a news conference beside the scene of a bridge collapse in Mekong Delta’s Vinh Long province September 29, 2007. Recovery workers dug out three bodies on Saturday from the rubble of a section of collapsed bridge, raising the death toll from the disaster in southern Vietnam to 49, Vietnam’s Transport Minister Ho Nghia Dung ( sitting….!!!)

Unemployed carpenters sit as they wait to be hired for daily jobs, on the pavement of a street in downtown Hanoi on May 8, 2008. The Vietnamese government's key goals are to
Unemployed carpenters sit as they wait to be hired for daily jobs, on the pavement of a street in downtown Hanoi on May 8, 2008.
An unemployed carpenter stands behind his bicycle which is carrying the tools of his trade, as he waits to be hired for daily jobs, on the pavement of a street in downtown Hanoi on May 8, 2008. The Vietnamese government's key goals are to
An unemployed carpenter stands behind his bicycle which is carrying the tools of his trade,

( Không ai Giàu 3 họ,Không ai Khó 3 đời )

Tại sao Trẻ em VN ta nhu the nay.??!!!

A woman pushes her bicycle loaded with coal bricks as she hawks  along a street in downtown Hanoi 17 April 2008. According to official media, low-income people suffer the most from the current double digit inflation which is facing Vietnam. Vietnamese consumer prices rose more than 16 percent year-on-year in the first quarter of 2008. From Getty Images by AFP/Getty Images.
A woman pushes her bicycle loaded with coal bricks as she hawks along a street in downtown Hanoi 17 April 2008. According to official media, low-income people suffer the most from the current double digit inflation which is facing Vietnam. Vietnamese consumer prices rose more than 16 percent year-on-year in the first quarter of 2008.

(Không ai Giàu 3 họ,Không ai Khó 3 đời.)

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Vietnamese honour   guards march during a changing of guard ceremony at the mausoleum of the late Vietnamese  revolutionary leader Ho Chi Minh in Hanoi April 8, 2008. From Reuters Pictures by REUTERS.

Vietnamese honour guards march during a changing of guard ceremony at the mausoleum of the late Vietnamese revolutionary leader Ho Chi Minh in Hanoi April 8, 2008.

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