Vietnam sought to discourage its internet-savvy public on Wednesday from reading Web postings that disparaged its Communist Party, warning of an increase in “toxic” activity just weeks away from its scheduled leadership shakeup.

Using its new Facebook page, the government vowed to tackle social media criticism of the party without interrupting the Internet ahead its five-yearly congress in January, and said most attacks originated from outside of the country.

“These pages are most distorting and talking bad about our party’s leaders, government and policies,” Truong Minh Tuan, the deputy minister of information and communications, wrote in the Facebook posting.

“We expect more such bad pages appearing around the congress and election.”

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