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                          Eritrea: The Dictator and its Political Theatre!

 

              By Fesseha Nair

 

 

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The Eritrean self- appointed president of the PFDJ but not the Eritrean people, in his speech on the occasion of the 23rd anniversary of the Eritrean Independence day came out with a ridiculous and contemptuous speech as noted below.

 

 

Within the framework of our tasks of nation building, the political infrastructure assumes a vital role as a vehicle to advance our overall objectives. We have gleaned important lessons and experiences from the hostile external schemes aimed at derailing our nation-building endeavours and processes.  I would thus like to announce on this occasion that a constitution drafting process will be launched in order to chart out the political road map for the future governmental structure.”

 

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The Eritrean Democratization process is still in its initial phase or is only at its rhetorical stage. After more than ten years’ the outcome of these waves of accusations and blames led to more disintegration in the camp of the Eritrean opposition forces for democratic change. 

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Evaluationsaretodaycommonplace in mostorganizations. They serve a current and immediatepurpose as management instruments. 

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Publicerad 2013-07-27 18:03

En kulturfestival pågår under helgen i Spånga utanför Stockholm. Men syftet är att samla in pengar till diktatorn i Eritrea, menar motståndarna.

– De samlar in miljoner för att förtrycka folket i Eritrea, säger YosephYohannes, talesperson för organisationen SESADU, till DN. 

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