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Eritrea Rejects Resolution L23

Eritrea has rejected resolution L23
“Eritrea rejects the politically motivated mechanisms and the prescriptive reports and recommendations of the Commission of Inquiry and Special Rapporteur on Eritrea” – H.E Ambassador Tesfamicael Gerahtu

By TesfaNews,

ERITREA strongly rejects Resolution L.23 that passed in Geneva by the Human Rights Council through a confidential procedure without a vote.

The controversial resolution was tabled by Djibouti and Somalia on behalf of arch enemy Ethiopia. Continue reading Eritrea Rejects Resolution L23

Eritrea at UNHRC – Modern Day Salem Witch Trial

MAKE NO MISTAKE. Eritrea will neither surrender its sovereign rights nor will it abandon its independent political stance under any name including under the pretense of HUMAN RIGHTS.

By Bereket Kidane,

JUST when you think the Kangaroo Court known as the UN couldn’t get any lower when it comes to its dealings with Eritrea, they go and forge documents submitted by Eritrea and then turn around and accuse Eritrea of forgery. The UN can apologize until the cows come home, but no Eritrean believes that it was an honest mistake. When you consider what Matt Bryden did with his reality distortions and his leaks to the media trying to railroad public opinion on Eritrea, what Dinesh Mahtani did advocating for regime change on a UN letter head, what Susan Rice did in fraudulently passing sanctions against Eritrea on baseless, fabrications without allowing the matter to be debated and denying Eritrea due process, it becomes crystal clear that Eritrea’s treatment at the UN is turning out to be like the Salem Witch Trials. Continue reading Eritrea at UNHRC – Modern Day Salem Witch Trial

UN Takes Full Responsibility Over Eritrea/DPRK Plagiarism: Spokesperson

Spokesperson for the Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights, Rolando Gomez, admits the DPRK reference was mistakenly included in the Eritrean letter by a United Nations staff member but it was not a deliberate action though the Council’s Secretariat takes full responsibility.

By Matthew Russell Lee,

HOW are documents, particularly by different countries, handled by the UN Human Rights Council and its Secretariat? How can a statement by one country — not to the UNHRC — appear on the UN’s website mixed into the statement of another country?

On July 1, Inner City Press asked Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights spokesperson Rolando Gomez the following: Continue reading UN Takes Full Responsibility Over Eritrea/DPRK Plagiarism: Spokesperson

Purveying Disinformation: What is Really Going On?

Shooting itself in the foot

By Ray Ja Fraser,

Another day has brought about yet more far-fetched rumors and outlandish claims regarding Eritrea. This time, it was alleged that the Eritrean government plagiarized parts of its statement in response to the recent Commission of Inquiry (COI) report, essentially copying a statement from the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea DPRK. Continue reading Purveying Disinformation: What is Really Going On?