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Is the UN Commission of Inquiry on Eritrea Reliable?

Why the COI report and its entire mechanism are fundamentally flawed, one-sided, full of inaccuracies that lacks reliable and verifiable accounts
A bird’s eye view into the Commission’s report shows reasons why the report and its entire mechanism are fundamentally flawed, one-sided, full of inaccuracies that lacks reliable and verifiable accounts. Let’s help analyze the flaws and fallacies in the report based on the authors own words and statements.

By Yacob Zecharias,

MUCH has been said about the recent UN Commission of Inquiry (COI) report on Eritrea. The legitimacy and other issues have been eloquently raised by others more versed in these matters than I.

However, on reading the report’s methodology and sections of the report, it became quite evident that the report was staggering on very shaky ground. ,I therefore, felt a more thorough examination of the methods or lack of methods, as the case may be, employed by the Commission was warranted. Continue reading Is the UN Commission of Inquiry on Eritrea Reliable?