Crafting a Family Dynasty: The Dialectics of “Father-Son” Political Transition in Eritrea
Dr. Gebre Gebremariam
Issaias Afeworki has been grooming his eldest son, Abraham Issaias, to succeed him as the president of Eritrea upon his departure (due to death or incapacitation). Over the last three decades
Deals of agreement unclear after hundreds of soldiers marched to capital demanding pay rises and operational review.
Ethiopian Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed has reached an agreement with several hundred soldiers who had marched to his office to demand pay rises, state television (ETV) reported.
The meeting between the soldiers
Monday 8 October 2018
To the Member States of the United Nations General Assembly;
United Nations Human Rights Council;
United Nations Headquarters;
United Nations Office at Geneva;
Foreign and Commonwealth Office;
and the UK All-Party Parliamentary Group on Eritrea,
We are writing in support of the request made by Human
A saver now or NEVER; a cry for help
The so-called peace agreement between Eritrea and Ethiopia, I would rather call it the unauthorized peace agreement between Isayas and Dr. Abi brought more delusions and dilemmas among Eritreans. The Eritrean people watched the peace (love affairs
Eritreans Opposition Parties
The following Opposition Parties were mainly collected from Google, the Fountain of Information.
EDP, EDA, DMLEK, RSADO, NDF, ENSF, EPM, ENCDC, EFND, MEDREK, EMC, ENF, EYSC, AYSNS, EF, GL, ECHIGM, CEPONA , EPP, ENST, AH, …….. it goes on ………..
Brief Background Narration
The exact number of the inhabitants of Medri Bahri, comprise various tribes, races and ethnic groups and with different religions have lived side by side for thousands of years, where the size of each locality was known but the overall census may not have been
Asmara 02/10/2018) members of the Freedom Friday network (Arbi Harnet) in Asmara report that the situation in Eritrea is deteriorating and people are bracing themselves for every eventuality.
These activists say they are hearing rumours of a growing discontent among cabinet members as well as senior
Are we or Isaias to be blamed if Eritrea loses its sovereignty?
By Goitom Emam Beyen
Franklin D. Roosevelt once said, “The liberty of a democracy is not safe if the people tolerated the growth of private power to a point where it becomes stronger than the
I heard someone in a radio saying ‘There is no happiness in a life that impedes others from living their lives’. And I thought of President Isaias’s life in view of the entire Eritreans trapped in his convoluted outlook of narcissism; his inability to see
In Search of Liberty – 2nd Narration, 28/09/2018
How did WE ERITREANS get to where we are TODAY? Every Eritrean MUST ponder on that fundamental question. A short viable answer (perhaps, an excuse) may be this: it was (unbelievable as it may seem) the Act of an African
Preamble: This is a reaction to the Letter by the “Eritrean People’s Movement for Justice --An Eritrean-American Civic Organizations” to the “Honorable Tibor Nagy, United States of America, State Department, Assistant Secretary of Africa”. The letter is commendable by itself. But, it has to be clear
Folks, something different is shaking in our region since PM Abiy’s arrival few months ago, although Isaias is wobbling in the dancing floor. Things are developing fast and the current collective effort for regional peace and cooperation in social, political, security and economic venues of
September 18, 2018
To the Honorable Tibor Nagy
United States State Department
Assistant Secretary of Africa
Washington, DC 20515
Dear Assistant Secretary Nagy:
The Eritrean-American civic organizations across the United States would like to express our sincere gratitude for the statements you made during the congressional hearing on Wednesday September 12th
The Push Factor: Why Eritreans are Leaving
London, September 22, 2018 @ 17.30pm – 20.00pm
Venue: Resource for London, 356 Holloway Road, London, N7 6PA
The conference will be looking into why so many Eritreans are leaving their country at great risk to their lives. Over the last decade,