The Government of Eritrea mandated the Ministry of Justice to draft a Civil Procedure Code for the State of Eritrea. The Ministry, to which the drafting of legal codes is entrusted under Article 2(4)(5) of Legal Notice 14/1993, commenced the drafting process by assembling a team of international experts in the field of civil procedure to work in tandem with a national Law Reform Committee composed of Eritrean legal professionals. Continue reading Codification of the Civil Procedure Code of Eritrea→
THE Government of Eritrea has published new Civil, Penal, Civil Procedure and Penal Procedures Codes. The Minister of Justice, Ms. Fawzia Hashim, described the rationale and central attributes of the new laws in an interview she conducted with national media outlets on the weekend.
Petit Oeil, Producers of the ‘Eritrea: Come and See‘ documentary film, in association with Investig’Action presents the following interview they have conducted in Asmara with the renowned Lawyer, Sociologist and Anthropologist Professor Asmerom Legesse. on Eritrean Cultures against existing laws and customs.
The US State Department has issued defamatory statement regarding Eritrea in its so-called annual report characterized with the same content and spirit.
The special interest groups with seemingly two political parties but one in essence that owe their existence on the power of money have labeled the People’s Front for Democracy and Justice (PFDJ) as ‘being one party system.’ The US Administration tried to deny that unlike the political parties in that country assuming power through 26% ballot cards bought and sold with money, the PFDJ is built on the blood and bones of the Eritrean people. Continue reading Eritrea Scoffs at US Human Rights Country Report→