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On August 6th, 2014, a Ministry of Public Security delegation led by Major- General Tô Lâm, Member of the Central Party Committee, Deputy Minister of Public Security visited and congratulated the Vietnam Buddhist Sangha (VBS) on the Buddhist Parents Day Festival 2014 (B.E 2558).
Kien Giang provincial Party Committee’s Board for Communication and Education in collaboration with the local authorities strengthened communication policies on ethnic and religious minorities.
On July from 29 to 31, 2014, at the Bac Giang province’s Political College, Department of Home Affairs organized a state’s administration training course on religious affairs for local officials in the province.
From July 29th to August 1st, the Security and Defense Education Council of Can Tho city disseminated knowledge of security and defense for 120 monks at the Khmer Theravada Buddhist Academy
On the occasion of 67th anniversary of Invalid and Martyrs Day (July 27th,1947-July 27th, 2014), Nam Định’s Committee for Religious Affair organized a delegation to visit two religious dignitaries under a special-care policy for having rendered meritorious services to the country.
Ordainment, conferment, appointment, election and designation in a religion shall be an internal affair of the religious organization and conducted according to the charter and/or statutes of the religious organization. The law only sets forth criteria of civil capacity of those to be ordained.
In recent years, Catholic followers in Bac Ninh city has actively participated in the campaign “All people unite to build cultural life in residential areas and live a better secular and religious life”; together implemented the civilized life style and built a prosperous country
There are four religions practiced in Thanh Hoa province, namely Buddhism, Catholicism, Protestantism and Caodaism. Followers of religions in Thanh Hoa province numbers about 250,000, resides in 308/637 communes and accounts for more than 5% of the total population in the province.
1. State Policies in Basic Laws Related to Belief and Religion