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What is Missing in Eritrea is Market Freedom, Not Political Freedom

Eritrea need to encourage investment by introducing market freedom and reforms
A democratic climate seems to favour a free market economy. A free market economy appears to be reliant on democracy for its functioning. With only one and non-corrupted political party, Eritrea can continue to survive, yet needs to introduce market reforms to create more private sector jobs.

BY GEORGE F. TESFA

Democracy is a controversial topic, especially for advocates of free market capitalism and the West in general, and rightfully so. What is democratic capitalism? It is a political, economic and social ideology that combines a democratic political system with a free market economy, a system with many opposition political parties and a free press. It is a very appealing system. In fact, it is undeniable that, in the last half century, democratic capitalist systems have been the sole economic growth engine for both developed and emerging countries. Continue reading What is Missing in Eritrea is Market Freedom, Not Political Freedom

The Notions of “Opponents” and Its Entrapped Implications

The practice of opposing for opposition sake is the hallmarks of toxic opponents.

By Yosief Abraham Z.,

Intensive but undifferentiated brands of the alleged “opponents”, as I have been following, are founded on defaming the government, fabricating vilification campaign for shallow aims and advocating for misguided options.

In fact, for me, I like the opponents who would do their opposition in the following way. To depict this, I have opted Gash-Barka region as a bench-mark for my stances. Continue reading The Notions of “Opponents” and Its Entrapped Implications