Order of Independence

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Independence Order
Huân chương Độc lập
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Awarded by the Government of Vietnam
Type Single-grade order
Eligibility Vietnamese civilians, military personnel, and organization. Foreigners.
Awarded for conferred or posthumously conferred on individuals who have recorded exceptionally outstanding achievements in one of the political, economic, social, literature, art, scientific, technological, defense, security, diplomatic or other domains.
Status Currently awarded
Statistics
Established 6 June 1947
Precedence
Next (higher) Ho Chi Minh Order
Next (lower) Military Exploit Order

Order of Independence (or Independence Order) (Vietnamese: Huân chương Độc lập) shall be conferred or posthumously conferred on individuals who have recorded exceptionally outstanding achievements in one of the political, economic, social, literature, art, scientific, technological, defense, security, diplomatic or other domains.

Independence Order shall be conferred on collectives which satisfy the following criteria:

  • Having recorded outstanding achievements for five or more consecutive years before the time of nomination; having maintained internal unity, with clean and strong Party and mass organizations;
  • Having a process of building and development of 30 years or more; if having been conferred the second-class "Independence Order," they must have a process of building and development of 25 years or more.[1]

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