When people mention Eritrean opposition groups, for most Eritreans and neutral observers, the Ethiopian regime quickly comes to mind. Yet, even with the support of TPLF, Eritrean opposition groups remain highly fragmented along regional, ethnic, religious, and ideological parameters. Because of their numerous divisions and alarming ties with Addis Ababa, they have failed to gain any real support from Eritreans.
Despite their differences, one area the opposition has thrived in is the internet. The Digital Age has provided them an opportunity to stay visible, even as their followers in the real world continue to dwindle. One group that has seized this opportunity is the Eritrean Youth Solidarity for Change (EYSC). Continue reading Eritrean “Opposition” Turn to Violence Seeking Attention→
Reports from the Eritrean Community Cultural Civic Center (ECCCC) of Bay Area in Oakland indicates that the Supreme Court has finally issued the long awaited verdict on the leading three anti-peace elements as guilty.
The preceding was followed after the ECCCC formally sued the three hooligans in a civilian court soon after they destroyed its property, under the cover of night, with out due regards to the rule of law and respect to a private property.