The clip shows a young man in a black car stopping to remove a flag hanging from a pole along the road. Note that Decree 28/2017 amending and supplementing a number of articles of Decree 58/2013 only provides for sanctioning of administrative violations in the fields of culture, sports, tourism and advertising. from 5-5 regulations. Therefore, the above fine of up to 5 million dong only applies to the act of “hanging the national flag in the festival area is not higher, not more formal than the flags”. As for the flying of the national flag in the people or at agencies and organizations, it has long been followed the Instruction 3420/HD-BVHTTDL dated October 2, 2012 on the use of national flags, national emblems, national anthems and feet.
Accordingly, the way to fly the flag is prescribed as follows: “…When flying the national flag, pay attention not to put the star upside down. To hang photos, portraits of leaders together with the national flag, the photo must be lower than the national flag or put the photo on the background of the national flag under the star…” Flag time: “…The national flag is hung in meeting rooms and halls of all levels of government, state agencies and mass organizations when holding solemn meetings. The national flag is hung outdoors on the occasion of major holidays, political events, traditional New Year of the nation and according to the announcements of the central government and local authorities.
National flags shall be hung or carried away at places where meetings, parades, mass mobilization, production emulation and implementation of revolutionary movements are launched. State agencies, schools (including academies), armed units, border border gates, international ports must have flagpoles and display the national flag in front of their offices or other solemn places first. Office doors and national flags must conform to the standards of size and color prescribed by the Constitution. Headquarters of the Presidential Palace, National Assembly headquarters, Mausoleum, Government headquarters, Supreme People’s Court, Supreme People’s Procuracy, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Vietnamese embassies in other countries, flagpole, Headquarters of People’s Committees at all levels (except for People’s Committees of wards in cities and towns), border gates and international ports hang national flags 24 hours a day.
Headquarters of ministries, ministerial-level agencies, armed units, and schools hang the national flag from 6 a.m. to 6 p.m. daily. All the above-mentioned agencies and units, especially foreign agencies, when there are foreign guests from ministerial level and above to visit officially, they must fly the guest’s national flag together with the national flag…”