Government of Free Vietnam

The Government of Free Vietnam is an anti-communist political organization that was established on April 30, 1995, by its founder Nguyen Hoang Dan. The GFVN's mission is to dismantle the communist government of Vietnam and replace it with a democratic government. The GFVN claims 6,000 members and 100,000 supporters who were trained in secret camp locations along the Vietnam border. They also claim 75 chapters in Asia, Australia, and Europe.VideoVideo: 2013 Former Army Lieutenant General of the Republic of Vietnam Linh Quang Vien, has died January 17, in Virginia, USA, 95-year-old life.  After the fall of Saigon, his political asylum in France and lived in Paris. By 1978, he settled and lived in the state of Virginia, USA.  He participated in many political activities of the community as the Vietnamese Parliament, Cover Resistance Movement and held various positions in the Government of Vietnam Freedom Party.

Government of Free Vietnam, also known as Revolutionary Government for Vietnamese Independence, Provisional Government of Free Vietnam, Chính Phủ Lâm Thời Việt Nam Tự Do is an active group formed c. 1995.
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