FIRST, I want to reiterate that the time you give us to reply to your questions, is always diametrically opposite and inconsistent with the gravity of accusations against us. This shows that there is no genuine intention on your part to approach our issues in a balanced and honest manner. You made no real effort to include the views of CECCO and our local organization, The Eritrean Community in Winnipeg Inc. Continue reading The Media Challenges and the Eritrean Charisma of Unity→
The Ethiopian Constitution guarantees, “Persons arrested have the right to remain silent. Persons arrested shall not be compelled to make confessions or admissions which could be used in evidence against them. Any evidence obtained under coercion shall not be admissible.” (Article 19(2)(5).) In reality, this guarantee is not worth the paper it is written on! Continue reading Ethiopia: Confessions of a Police State→
An article by Dr. Nicolas Beger, Director of Amnesty International’s (AI), European Institutions Office, entitled “from hell to hell: Eritreans at home and abroad” appeared on New Europe, 5-11 May 2013 publication, made a desperate attempt to sully the image of Eritrea and vilify the vigorous preparations of the Eritrean people, inside and abroad, for the euphoric celebration of the 22nd year of independence.
In the last few weeks leading up to the 12th year anniversary of the Algiers agreement and 10th year of the EEBC anniversary, instead of defending justice and upholding the Rule of Law, the dogs and haters are back on the bandwagon of attacking and blackmailing Eritrea.
Recently, there was news that a female Eritrean Air force member defected to Saudi Arabia when she was supposedly sent to “bring back President Isaias Afwerki’s hijacked PRIVATE jet” and now out of all the good news that comes out of Eritrea daily, we are told instead that a well known former fighter and painter Michael Adonai has just left the country of course for no other reasons “No free press, no elections and worsening political climate in Eritrea”. Continue reading To UN: The Word is Demarcate not Intimidate→