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Intra-Eritrean Dialog

 

Diskussions ämnen:

 

1. Varför är partnerskap viktigt för oss demokrati aktivister?---------Semere Mehari

2. Immigrations och flyktingarnas politik i Sverige............ Arhe Hamednaca

3. Eritreas flyktingarnas frustrerande resor/ desperate Journeys......... Meron Estifanos

4.  Dialog mellan de unga och äldre för demokratik utveckling - Barada Ahmed Nasser

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By Fesseha Nair

 

The meaning of civil society, although a term used frequently, is elusive. However, there is a fair amount of scholarly consensus around a broad view of civil society as one of the basic elements of a society, alongside the state and the market. A commonly used definition in a academic suggests that civil society is;

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altBy EFDM- Sweden Branch

Gabeel.net

The Eritrean Federal Democratic Movement has conducted a public open seminar for the Eritrean Forces for democratic change in Stockholm on 19th, Saturday 2015 at the Kista Hall in the afternoon and has held it up to seven in the evening.

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The Eritrean Federal Democratic Movement invites all forces for democratic change in  Eritrea for  half day seminar on the current struggle from dictatorship and laying foundations for future democratic Eritrea through arising popular awareness locally , regionally and globally.

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(From: Harnnet.org)

 1.A highly centralised authoritarian dictatorship exists in Eritrea. No constitution exists in the country, and there have never been any parliamentary elections, whether local or national, leaving the country with no legislative body or representative

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Part 2

Human Rights Council President appoints Members of Commission of Inquiry on Eritrea

26 September 2014

The President of the Human Rights Council, Ambassador Baudelaire Ndong Ella (Gabon), announced today the appointment of Mike Smith of Australia and Victor Dankwa of Ghana who will join Sheila B. Keetharuth, the Special Rapporteur on the situation of human rights in Eritrea, to serve as the members of the commission of inquiry to investigate all alleged human rights violations in Eritrea, mandated by the Council at its June 2014 session. Mr. Smith will serve as Chair of the three-person commission.

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Eritrea: UN Names Commission of Inquiry
Panel’s Focus Should Be on Justice for Abuses


(Geneva, September 26, 2014) – The United Nations Human Rights Council’s establishment in June 2014 of a Commission of Inquiry to investigate human rights abuses in Eritrea is an important step toward justice for the victims, Human Rights Watch said today. On September 26, 2014, the President of the UN Human Rights Council appointed Mike Smith (Australia) and Victor Dankwa (Ghana) to serve in the Commission of Inquiry, together with Sheila Keetharuth (Mauritius), the council’s special rapporteur on human rights in Eritrea.

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Eritrea 'desolate' - Catholic bishops


The Catholic cathedral in AsmaraThe Roman Catholic Church is the second biggest denomination in Eritrea


Four Eritrean Catholic bishops have published a letter criticising life in the country - a rare move in one of the world's most tightly controlled states.

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   Building a credible and united Eritrean opposition in Eritrea

                                   

                                         By Fesseha Nair

 

 

The purpose of this article is to address the working relationship between the Eritrean Opposition political and civic organizations. The aim is to discuss and analyse some aspects and violent conflicts inside the opposition.

 

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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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             Report of Eritrean 23rd Independence Day Celebrations in Sweden

 

                                           By organizers

 

 

The Eritrean – Swedish partnership for democracy consisting of political ,civic and independent individuals celebrated the 23rd anniversary of the eritrean liberation day colourfully in the city of Stockholm on Saturday, Maj 24th 2014.

 

The celebrations started at 15.00 o’clock in the afternonn of Saturday and ended early morning of Sunday at 02.00 o’clock.

 

The main objective of the event was to commemorate the struggle of liberation its results and promised expectations.

 

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