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EU Parliament Resolution on Eritrea, the Battle for Neutrality and Objective Assessment

EU Parliament resolution on Eritrea Human Rights
“Patch-work draft resolutions on Eritrea put forth by assorted groups in European Parliament epitomize hypocrisy and ignorance of the reality inside the country. Why should Eritrea listen to the selective and condescending moral sermons of those who have always kept mum at the breach of its national rights?” – Yemane G.Meskel

By Yosief Abraham Z.,

The European Parliament has adopted a resolution as far as concerning to Eritrea’s pertaining situation on March 10. Filed its resolution as (2016/2568(RSP)), the European Union raised various issues, embracing the constitution of Eritrea which was adopted in 1997, Universal Declaration of Human rights, United Nations consecutive sanctions, concerning to the reports of the Commission of Inquiry, and other various matters.

Despite the deepness, complexities and variedly concealed as well as exposed natures of the raised issues, some have still—as a media reporter—captivated my concerns. Continue reading EU Parliament Resolution on Eritrea, the Battle for Neutrality and Objective Assessment

Will the EU Parliamentary Plenary Debate Be a Battle for the Mediocrity of Mirjam Van Reisen?

Mirjam Van Reisen cannot live by bread alone; she must have Eritrea as her butter.

By Yosief Abraham Z.,

As continuation of her pre-attacking methodologies, Mirjam Van Reisen has posted in her Facebook an invitation (see picture above) for people to stream their comments unequivocally. She authenticates:

It will be very important to send your messages and concerns to us and we make sure the European Parliamentarians will see them. Please let us know what you think should be raised.

In fact, in addition to the bitter defeat against her fabricated perceptions for alleging Meseret Bahlibi [as an Eritrean government spy] in the beginning of this month, her tones in this post “send your messages and concerns to us” also raises other suspicions. Continue reading Will the EU Parliamentary Plenary Debate Be a Battle for the Mediocrity of Mirjam Van Reisen?