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Regulations on the President of Vietnam

https://doi.org/10.17803/2313-5395.2020.2.14.269-292

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Abstract

The term “Head of State” means the highest leader of a country. As a result of the difference in political regimes, organizational models and operation of supreme state power, this position is flexibly referred to as President, State President, King, Emperor, or Queen in different countries. In Vietnam, the Head of State is the President. This article analyzes Vietnam’s legal regulations concerning the office of the President.

About the Authors

Cao Vu Minh
Ho Chi Minh City University of Law
Viet Nam

PhD (Law), Lecturer, Ho Chi

02 Nguyen Tat Thanh street, Ward 12, District 04, Ho Chi Minh City



Truong Tu Phuoc
Ho Chi Minh City University of Law
Viet Nam

LLM (Law), Lecturer

02 Nguyen Tat Thanh street, Ward 12, District 04, Ho Chi Minh City



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Minh C.V., Phuoc T.T. Regulations on the President of Vietnam. Kutafin Law Review. 2020;7(2):269-292. https://doi.org/10.17803/2313-5395.2020.2.14.269-292

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