28 September 2015 – Atty. TVH and finally, Ba T

First interview for the day: Atty. TVH

We met at the office of Atty. TVH and asked him questions about the rationale behind the Land Law and its revisions. We also asked him about his thoughts on the peasant actions and the government’s reactions. He gave specific examples on the case of VG as this was his focus.

Second interview for the day: Ba T

Finally! I understand that she has a very busy schedule but she found time to talk to us. Questions about the history of land use/cultivation were asked and she narrated her experience of being in prison.

As the interviews have yet to be analyzed based on the appropriate theoretical framework/s, details of the interviews are for the researcher and the supervisors only.

 

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