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Senior Eritrean Officials Adopt Consolidation Program


Eritrean officials attending a conference in Asmara. Front: Sebaht Ephrem, Minister of Defense (L), Isaias Afwerki, President (C),  Fauzia Hashim, Minister of Justice (R). Back: Tewolde Keleta, Minister of Fishery 

Senior Eritrean Officials Adopt Consolidation Program

Senior Eritrean officials held a meeting to discuss and adopt organizational consolidation program, Presidential Adviser Yemen Gebreab Said via Twitter.

The high level meeting comes just five months after the government held fruitful discussions with 150 regional administrators and senior party members in Embatkala.

The government says its conducting an ongoing restructuring and reorganization process at all levels of administrations, ministries, PFDJ bodies and national associations to ensure political dynamism and effective management.

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33 comments:

  1. Amlak yehagezekum!
    awten asaleton abe serahekum yemenailekum!
    Ayni hasadat yedfenelena!
    Eritrea will prevail!

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  2. Why do we have minister of Justice in a country where there is no Justice??

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  3. Amen btsay Kahsay..

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  4. A comment from a friend may solve your problem.
    Not only you have deep hate inside you but
    there is a saying that fits you..
    "You are educated beyond your intelligence"

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  5. in tigrinya pls? whats the program about? what does consolidation reffering to?

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  6. Interesting movie

    http://fb.me/1iUWP2P1k

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  7. correction.Person seated back is Tewolde Keleta Minister of fishery.

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  8. " riesi naiti assa indemo cheniu"

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  9. Asmara, 14 March 2014 – The central office the People’s Front for Democracy and Justice (PFDJ) today conducted meeting in which senior PFDJ and Government officials took part with a view to enhancing organizational capacity.

    The meeting has been focused primarily on launching a timely Political Program in a bid to reinforcing the Front.

    Participants of the meeting exchanged views concerning the smear campaign resorted against the nation over the past 15 years on the part of hostile external quarter’s vis-à-vis the steadfastness of the Eritrean people, besides the political, economic and diplomatic developments in light with the nation-building process.

    Moreover, the programs set for implementation this year were scrutinized in connection with their vitality as regards strengthening the People’s Front and it’s political as well as development programs in such a way that fulfills societal expectation pertaining to the momentum of the nation-building process.

    Similar meetings would conducted inside the country and abroad at all capacities.

    http://shabait.com/news/local-news/16439-pfdj-central-office-conducts-meeting-with-a-view-to-enhancing-organizational-capacity

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  10. zeragi,
    You just found a nice name that just fits to describe all those good for nothing so called educated people in the so called equally useless opposition
    "You are educated beyond your intelligence"
    Good one!

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  11. Is Amanuel Eyasu your teacher?
    http://fb.me/1iUWP2P1k

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  12. I used to see him "ab meriet jeganu" but i am not fortunate enough to be his student.

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  13. did I have seen the above picture few weeks ago on the same website?

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  14. PFDJ central office conducts meeting with a view to enhancing organizational capacity

    Asmara, 14 March 2014 – The central office the People’s Front for Democracy and Justice (PFDJ) today conducted meeting in which senior PFDJ and Government officials took part with a view to enhancing organizational capacity.

    The meeting has been focused primarily on launching a timely Political Program in a bid to reinforcing the Front.

    Participants of the meeting exchanged views concerning the smear campaign resorted against the nation over the past 15 years on the part of hostile external quarter’s vis-à-vis the steadfastness of the Eritrean people, besides the political, economic and diplomatic developments in light with the nation-building process.

    Moreover, the programs set for implementation this year were

    scrutinized in connection with their vitality as regards strengthening the People’s Front and it’s political as well as development programs in such a way that fulfills societal expectation pertaining to the momentum of the nation-building process.

    Similar meetings would conducted inside the country and abroad at all capacities.

    http://www.shabait.com/news/local-news/16439-pfdj-central-office-conducts-meeting-with-a-view-to-enhancing-organizational-capacity

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  15. Well said--man.that is it---Life goes on

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  16. Oh shut up! Stop being a mindless African that gets easily brainwashed by silly western propaganda. The government of Eritrea knew and practiced human right, democracy and justice...before it was in vogue therefore, hushhh!

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  17. She is the puppet for all the crazy Eritrean women can to look up to.

    Our brothers/sisters/sons/cousins all died in vain.
    Isaias is too proud to go talk to Ethiopia and admit his mistakes therefore the whole country suffers.

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  18. Minster of fishery, minster of agriculture, minster of defense ...... All got big names but when it comes to decision they are nothing but Zombies. President Issayas is the one who makes all the decisions and that is why we are moving backward.

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  19. 1. Human right???
    Why are people like Petros Solomon, Sherifo, Diru, Aster Solomon, Aster fitshazion..... In unknown Prison for over 10 years?

    2. Democracy??
    In a democratic society people exercise their rights. In a democratic society people elect their representatives.
    In a democratic society, people ruled based on the principles of Laws; Rules and Regulations designed and prescribed in the Constitution.

    3. Human right??
    Read number one!



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  20. Criminals who engage in treason deserve no human rights. They're lucky they were put in prison and did not get a bullet to the back of their heads as they truly deserved.

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  21. Admit his mistakes. International law sides with Eritrea. Go tell Ethiopia to admit their mistake and allow the people of the region to move on in peace. Anything else is mere politics to fit your wicked agenda.

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  22. You are pure Weyane who lives in lala land of lie. Go see your frog in the grave. And ask him about this http://ethiopianmassacre.org/?page_id=8

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  23. Birds of the same feather flock together!!!!!

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  24. Are you out of your mind. And you entertain twisted logic

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  25. Unless you are blind and hatful of Eritrea, you thinking deserve to be in a shallow grave

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  26. Justice for one is justice for all.

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  27. Any evidence that Mr pappagalo?

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  28. Does a defector and woyane servant has mandate to ask this question?

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  29. ኣምላክ ይሃግዝኩም፥ ኣወትን ኣሳልጦን ኣብ ስራሃኩም ንምነየልኩም፥ ኣይኒ ሃሳዳት ይድፈነለና፡፡
    ዓወትና ናይግድን ኢዩ!!!
    You can download Geez for Android phone on play store for free and look for app, GeezIME! You can support Hidri publisher project by purchasing English-Tigrina dictionary just for $18፡00, it has over 64,000 words and can be dowloaded to your phone easy!

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  30. Concerned_EritranMarch 15, 2014 at 2:54 PM

    Lets not fool ourselves this is just cosmetic leadership change which have no values. We all know all decisions are made by Issays himself and unless he and his inner circles are replaced no real change will happen in our country. If a company want to restructure and make real change one doesn't start for the bottom, instead the change start from the top where real decisions are made hence the CEO is the first one to go. But in our case we have a president for life (as he personally said in his famous remark on VOA interview "i didn't sign any contract with anyone). That is what i call disrespecting those whom you say you represent i.e. the Eritrean people. In the ideal world the leaders should fear the public but in our case the mass fear the mad dog, imagine a man who didn't even spare those who fought with him for 30 years, what is he then capable of doing to those whom he doesn't even know.......

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  31. This moron only knows only hate. You can tell he is Agame because anything to do with Eritrea even if its not about politics he has nothing but negativity to say. Go help your people we don't want a loser like you.

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