Vietnamese Constitutional Monarchist League

Vietnamese Constitutional Monarchist League

Vietnamese Constitutional Monarchist League

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Vietnamese Constitutional Monarchist League (VCML), (Vietnamese: Liên Minh Quân Chủ Lập Hiến Đa Nguyên Việt Nam).

History

The Vietnamese Constitutional Monarchist League is an anti-communist organization that was established in 1993 by its first President Nguyễn Phúc Bửu Chánh, a self-claimed member of the Vietnamese royal family who fled from Vietnam for political reasons after 1975. The children of Vietnam's last ruling monarch, Emperor Bảo Đại, now living in Europe have no knowledge of him and have not offered their support to his political endeavors.

It is a United States-based organization dedicated to promoting the replacement of the current communist government of Vietnam with a constitutional monarchy led by the President Nguyễn Phúc Bửu Chánh. The League's position is that Emperor Bảo Đại was the last legitimate ruler of Vietnam.

In 1997, Emperor Bảo Đại died, and his son Crown Prince Bảo Long inherited the position of head of the Nguyễn Dynasty. He remained out of politics and lived quietly in Paris, France until his death on 28 July 2007. The late Crown Prince was succeeded as Head of the Imperial House by his brother, Prince Bảo Thang. On 17 December 2004, responding to claims made publicly by Bửu Chánh to having been appointed "Prince Regent' of the Imperial Family, Crown Prince Bao Long issued a statement denying any knowledge of Buu Chanh's background or of his purported regency. See the article on the...
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