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Yemane Ghebreab Speaks on National Elections in Eritrea



Yemane Ghebreab, Presidential Adviser and Head of Political Affairs for the ruling PFDJ, gave an extensive presentation at the Bruno Kreisky Forum for International Dialogue on the topic of Eritrea’s political situation and its policy in the Horn of Africa.

The following is a transcript of what he said on national elections:

YEMANE GHEBREAB: I guess the question is when will there be elections? Maybe that's the question?

Again, as I said, we are working on a constitution for the country. And [when] that constitution is put in place, there will be elections and will see what happens then.

The whole issue of elections in Africa I think should not be an ideological issue. That's the way we look at it. There has to be empirical assessment of the impact of elections in Africa. Whether they are real elections, to begin with; and secondly, whether they have contributed positively to the people of Africa.

There's going to be two elections in the next two months in the Horn of Africa. I don't want to speak of other countries but the European Union clearly states that neither of these two elections will be free and fair elections. In fact, the EU has said it's not going to send observers to these elections. Those are the kind of elections we have in many parts of Africa.

On that question, that's what I want to say.

As I said, we are a new nation, and we are building our political system.

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Audio of Yemane's entire presentation is found here.
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90 comments:

  1. Eritrea is going to have free and fair national elections when the Constitution is implemented.

    Now watch the so-called Eritrean opposition be anti-democracy :-)

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  2. Great appraisal from Yemane Ghebreab. As a new Nation, this far our endeavour has been to stabilise and put Eritrea on solid foundation. We have come a long way, and yet there still is a lot of work to be done before the country is anywhere near election. We are doing just fine in our current state. Those who advocate a rush to 'election' more often than no have questionable or less than noble motive.

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  3. Thank you for posting it madote.

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  4. ኣሌክ - Alec youApril 19, 2015 at 10:40 AM

    It's been said be patient: in time, even an egg will walk. Thanks **Madote**.

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  5. Agree with you Alec, security of our nation supersedes everything.

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  6. Yes Madote:
    Enemies (aka Opposition) of Eritrean will bark complaining there is no constitution ... then once you have constitution they will complain there is no election; ... once there is election, they will complain there is no multiparty system, .... once we have multiparty, they will complain Isaias and PFDJ won the election because it is rigged; .... once Isaias decides to leave power to others, they will complain they need a dictator like Isaias who don't steal Eritrean money, once Isaias entertains of coming back as an adviser, ... they will complain, we need Isaias's son to lead the country, so we can continue of lame excuses while living on handouts in western countries.
    .
    They are like a girl-friend who is never happy with anything :)

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  7. Kool-Aid is just sugar & color mixed in water.
    My earlier comments were just a joke, but now, although it is non of my business, It is not a good drink for anyone, especially for kids.
    Sorry if I offended you.

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  8. No worries Mr. Adal and of course touched by your level of politeness given the rude and at times outright vulgar nature of die hard supporters of the dictator back in Eritrea where most often they rush to label anyone who disagrees with them with hurls like "Agame" or "Qondaf". Hope they learn from you the likes of "Alec You" et al. Again, thank you!

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  9. God help your kid not to be dim like you!!

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  10. Maybe you will have to educate me about the "IQ63" for I am a bit at a lose. That said, isn't it a bit of a generalization on your part when you say, "Weyane supporters have an IQ level of 63"? What seems to be intriguing is that, every time an issue is raised for an overhaul, it immediately shifts onto Weyane is this and Weyane is that. We have a serious issue in Eritrea. I repeat a serious and dire issue. The most productive segment of the society are leaving the country in droves. The economy is in a spiral slippery slope. There is no rule of law where people do not even have a day in a court of law where they remain incarcerated ad infinitum. There is no accountability what so ever. Here is the deal: The three main pillars in a healthy and viable society are: Rule of Law, Accountability and Transparency. To be more precise, the government is expected to be ACCOUNTABLE and subjected to A RULE OF LAW by arming itself with TRANSPARENCY. That ain't a rocket science to comprehend. The irony is, in his last interview I heard Isaias talking or citing the very political theorists who came up with these brilliant ideas namely Francis Fukuyama and Samuel Huntington. Isaias is well versed in their work but for some deeply seated pathological reason, he seems to sail in a complete contrast which is destroying the nation beyond repair.

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  11. Well, I only read about IQ63 on some "racist" paper which is not worth mentioning now. You will get a better answer if ask any woyane puppet. As I told you earlier, I do not believe in IQ63 crap, so there is no need to discuss about why I generalized or not. Again, I use it for individuals who try to steer us away from the main topic by insulting our Heroes, I do it solely because these individuals who are most likely woyane puppets seem to get irritated easily by it.

    Look at yourself as an example, in your fist comment where your insulted our dear president by calling him " ...Isaias the lunatic and psychopath". This is very unnecessary and takes away the importance of any discussion. For us to have a meaningful discussion regarding our country and people, we need to respect one another, be civil, appreciate the sacrifice paid by our freedom fighters which includes our leaders past and present. Additionally, we need to look at our own contribution to our people and country before we complain the performance of our leaders and calling our leaders un-necessary names.

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  12. Hi!! B.Adal, this is Erty your worst enemy or best friend on cyber space. I consider you a friend, even if a threw trash at you have been kind enough not to hit back. I thank you for that. Sorry for some of the unkind things I said. By the way I heard that woyne is backing down and the Ethiopian government is removing people and resource secretly from Badme in exchange for ginbot-7 and others to pack and leave Eritrea. Is there any truth to the story? Does your source know something or the story is just unfounded ? I think Ginbot-7 is going to become the scarified lamb to restore relation between Ethiopia and Eritrea. USA hinted to do away with ginbot seven. I am thinking there was some kind of negotiation between USA and Ethiopia that Ethiopia may be have been told to normalize relation with Eritrea in order for USA to do away with ginbot-7. Ginbot seven was one of USA's wild card against Ethiopia. I don't what is going on brother, you tell me.

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  13. Hmmm.....Francis Fukuyama and Samuel Huntington,eh? Why not Thomas Hobbes, Jeremy Bentham or Edmund Burke?

    What you call 'the pillars of society' is prescriptive, not descriptive. But there are fundamental questions that should be answered before we parrot what others wrote.

    What political system is suitable for a nation?

    Can any political system be exported or copied?

    What is the ultimate basis for any political system?

    What is the basis of the social contract of the developed
    world?

    Is it value-free or culturally free? Is it based on morality? Is morality innate or an outgrowth of a society? Do Justice, Goodness and beauty have the same definition across the board? Does morality have any biological and historical context? If it does, how can we apply it fittingly to our nation or universally?



    It ain't a rocket science, is it? Is parenting as easy as that? Probably, yours come with his guide books.....for me though it's a learning process with my two kids.

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  14. Long live Sheabia! So proud of my government for doing the right thing. Awet n hafash!

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  15. Did you say ''I am thinking there was some kind of negotiation between USA and Ethiopia.''


    Let me save Adal from the dilemma you have put him in. I'm sure, he will try to be nice to you, but at the same time he can't help it to label you with an IQ of 63 when he sees idiotic comments like this.
    Leaving aside the mumbo-jumbo, negotiation, Mr. Einstein, presupposes equal standing or partnership based on equality.

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  16. MamoQilu,

    Nobody is parroting anything here where you're not an exception either as you seem to be fond of citing dead social thinkers. I am not talking about "one fits all" or "cookie cutter" modus operandi so to speak rather the universal pillars of a modern nation state, that is, again rule of law; accountability and transparency. To be more precise, the issue at hand is not wether Eritrea at this point in time should subscribe to the Jeffersonian democracy or not but in order for the nation to remain viable and spare itself from the danger that is hoovering on clouds, it needs to have the pillars mentioned on the above as opposed to a country that runs on the whims of a lunatic leader who is incredibly erratic and unpredictable to say the least. You can defend him all you want but the most frightening issue is what is going to become of the country once he exits say due to natural causes or old age as the nation is founded on the mood of a man in any given day.

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  17. Thank you brother Madote for taking the time to transcribe and post this.
    My personal hope is that the new constitution is going to be based on the PFDJ Charter which personally I consider to be a much more exemplary document than the constitution of 1997. I am not in a rush for elections, but once they come the question is what type of system we will have. I am extremely wary of multiparty election and all the baggage of division they bring along tribal, regional lines, etc...
    I have spent a lot of time thinking about the best system for Eritrea. In my opinion the best in the long term might be to have 1 party system with popular election of all the leadership at the National, Regional and Local levels. For example PFDJ would be the party but the Chairman and all the rest of the leaders are elected by the general public from among the individuals who decided to run. There must be term limit. For the system to be successful there MUST be clear division of powers among the Executive, Legislative sides, etc...
    This is my idea for a long time now, but everything will become clearer once the PFDJ congress will be convened. I hope most of us will participate and make a contribution.
    I am also wondering what others think is best way forward.

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  18. You nailed it brother Adal. They are reactionary obsessive complainers.

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  19. Hello Erty:
    What have you done to be my worst enemy? No way!! I don't hate you and anyone else whom I make fun and call names at times. I probably deserve to be hated a little due to my IQ63 usage :). I don't even know (& it shouldn't matter) if you are a male, female, Eritrean, Ethiopian, or other. So no worries about hate, not in my nature.
    I am Eritrean who loves his country and tries to help Eritrea with small things like some financial, electronic books, software, etc.
    The way I defend the country and its leaders probably gave the impression that I am somehow connected. Not at all, although it is my hope to be connected very well soon, God willing, just to satisfy my soul that I have done my small share of contribution.
    As much as I dislike woyane's behavior, there should be political solution not only between Eritrea and Ethiopia, but also between different opposition groups in Ethiopia. That is the only way to have a lasting solution, else even if woyane lose today, they will fight demhit tomorrow, and the endless cycle goes on.
    I hope a lasting peace will come between the two nations, on their own initiative instead of being told by Uncle Sam. Sacrificing G-7 or any other group will be just temporary solution and may in fact be impossible if they have popular support.

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  20. Than you!!! I Think we are in the same page. I keep my word not to use any kind of inappropriate language , when I respond to your comments. I understand the love for your country and the devotion you have. I think it is universal to love ones country and there is no guilt or shame on that. Thank you again!!!

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  21. ''....the universal pillars of a modern nation state, that is, again rule of law; accountability and transparency.''

    If we go by that definition, there would exist no single nation-state in Africa, my friend. Try other metrics that fit the reality. This isn't an academic exercise!



    cheers!

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  22. Thank you too.
    Similarly, I expect and hope you also love your Beautiful country Ethiopia. What we need to agree as neighbors, we should not allow our leaders (politicians and religious) to use us as a tool so they stay in power. Most importantly, we should not allow our leaders to divide us along ethnic lines. Although it was a marriage by force, we have now (like it or not) a lot in common among our people that should come as a benefit. We should not be the generation that responsible to divide our people along ethnic lines.
    So for now, it is ok to insult each other using "simple" things we don't believe in, like IQ63 and Quenty for woyane puppets and I will let you chose two words for Shaebia puppets like myself :). It is not cool at all to curse the Amhara, Tigray, Eritrea, Oromo, Somali ethnic collectively. We all have at least someone from another ethnic group that we love dearly. After all, we are in the same boat looking from outside ... that we are all niggers as seen by white world, we all dirt poor Quenti eaters as seen by other Africans, we are future cancer as seen by Israelis, We are body spare parts as seen by some criminal Arabs. Brother the list is long! That's all for now, until the next insult :).

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  23. ኣሌክ - Alec youApril 19, 2015 at 10:21 PM

    The likes of "Alec You" u say hmmmm... i know that dude--handsome with an Afro. yep hates woyanetat and their minions to the core. yap, to the core. oh ya, who are u again?... never-mind.

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  24. ኣሌክ - Alec youApril 19, 2015 at 10:24 PM

    Indeed brother.

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  25. ኣሌክ - Alec youApril 19, 2015 at 10:28 PM

    Glad it did bro. and i agreed with everything u said.

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  26. Yes me too I am so proud of Isaias and he is such a man. I am so happy about how my government is going, it makes me want to pee in my pants. This joy that I have is just so incredible. It is better than a religious experience. I am so glad that after more than 20 years we are going to have elections? And a constitution too! Wow whoopee! I have been reading that they have been working on the constitution for more than 20 years so I am very very happy that when it comes it will be in the best one in the world.

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  27. I hope you are also happy about your accomplishments over the past 20 years, if you are old enough to have 20 years experience. May be you are not old enough, what is with the wanting to pee in your pants? Are you so much in love with Isaias or Scared of him?
    Keep feeling good, once day you will be awake.

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  28. :))
    Do you know who Kool-Aid is? Never seen the penname before.

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  29. How many years have we been hearing about a constitution that is being drafted and never comes. After a while we just loose hope and confidence in our government.

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  30. Even though I do not believe that the Eritrean government will ever really come out with a constitution at least in the next 10 years, it is good to know that my government is thinking about it.

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  31. B.Adal. I am saying it sarcastically. So many times over the years we have been told of a constitution in the making but it never comes. By now even mention of a constitution in the works should be considered as a joke. I am just shocked that Eritreans still get sucked into believing this BS.

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  32. Alec you. It is good that people like me and you can live outside Eritrea and do not have to do the guard work.

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  33. You have make over 1300 posts from Italy in support of the PFDJ. Get your ass back home!

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  34. Yeah right we have come a long way. We are far worse that we were in 1993. But maybe your ass is outside of Eritrea all of the time and you would not know. FAKE!

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  35. You should change your name to TGIF because you mind is on constant vacation. This is but one of many times that we have been told of the constitution and elections and jackshit has come.

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  36. ኣሌክ - Alec youApril 19, 2015 at 11:16 PM

    "It is good that people like me and you can live outside Eritrea and do not have to do the guard work." eh are u talking about ur self. poor u....

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  37. And maybe he can benefit from mixed blood like I have to make him smarter. My mom is from Mekelle and I live in America and I am smart and got education online.

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  38. You have hit the nail on the head. Transparency is nowhere to be found. Not sure if many here are paid posters of not but whenever an Eritrean voices a position contrary to that of PIA they quickly get labeled a woyene or agame. And there is constant comparison with Ethiopia on all matters. If something is bad in Eritrea it must at all costs be worse in Ethiopia. We need to sort our problems out that we have in Eritrea and then look outside. Fact is that we have no constitution and no judicial system. And, it is in Eritrea's interest as well as Ethiopia's to mend our fences. We should not be hating any ethnic group especially one that we share so much in common with, whether we like it or not.

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  39. ኣሌክ - Alec youApril 19, 2015 at 11:24 PM

    Italy...really. eh u must be out of ur mind. and using the guest name is just pathetic.

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  40. Alec you. You sound like a homo dude.

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  41. just hope that finish the constitution by the time I die. It has already take more than 20 years.

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  42. He is talking about you. Enjoy your spaghetti!

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  43. ኣሌክ - Alec youApril 19, 2015 at 11:35 PM

    U mean u. hahaha.... what a moron fara.

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  44. Not as pathetic as you. You act like a big PIA PFDJ man and you do not even live in Eritrea. So what does that make you? hypocrite, pretender, etc..

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  45. ኣሌክ - Alec youApril 19, 2015 at 11:37 PM

    Yawn!

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  46. Hey watch out. Kool-Aid provided me with summer time employment when I was a kid.

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  47. No I mean you...you are the fake! You sing the glory song of the PFDJ but yet you are not in Eritrea. If you love the government so much then why do you live outside of the country?

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  48. Over 1300 posts you have made! It is good that you are yawning.

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  49. How can you say crap like that?

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  50. ኣሌክ - Alec youApril 20, 2015 at 12:17 AM

    So what is your problem is I do like men? It is not illegal to do so. Eritreans like me are progressive.

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  51. Who knows Dr. Tadeus Tesfu?
    Is he sane?
    First of all he insulted Mr. Yemane Ghebreab, who was the guest of honor, using the German, which he needs to learn properly in order to be understood. As if that was not shameful enough he picked up a fight with participants and the organizers and then left the room without even waiting to Hear what Mr. Yemane Ghebreab has to reply.

    Mr. Yemane Ghebreab should have said "look these are the kind of people, you are portraying as opposition, civil rights activists, pro-democracy xyz". However, the man is very sober and reasonable to make such comments.

    Mr. Yemane Ghebreab did an excellent job!

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  52. 1) In 1993 there as a rush of private investors, mostly but not all, Eritreans from the diaspora. Now there is not even an investment office in Asmara. PIA talks about Eritrea having a great investment climate and there is not even an investment office or an online investment website.
    2) We are more isolated. Securing visa is much more difficult than before for a number of nationalities and flights to Asmara are a fraction of what they were. We are not on good terms with Ethiopia, Yemen or Djibouti.
    3) Nightlife in Asmara is now dead. Back in 1993 Babylon for example would be going strong every night into the wee morning hours.
    4) Massawa is now dead compared to before. One even cannot travel outside of permitted hours and foreigners need a permit which takes usually one week to secure.
    5) Restaurants in Asmara are a dead scene compared to 1993. So many of the popular restaurants are now dead as a result of no customers.
    6) Asmara beer is often in short supply as a result of often shortage of basis ingredients. Even the formula has changed and the beer does not taste as good as before.
    7) We have suffered brain drain since 2001 with a number of our more educated Eritreans taking up residence in other countries
    8) Massa and Assab ports were generating a lot of money in 1993 now they are ghost ports
    9) Universities were functional in 1993.
    10) in 1993 most were happy to perform national service and did not see it as an unwanted open ended arrangement.
    11) Even our Government was more optimistic. Now many of our heroes such as Petros Solomon and Derfo remain locked up, if not dead, with no judicial review.
    12) There was not real black market before 2001, at least not like now where the Nakfa at the bank brings only 15 to 1 USD whereas on the black market is is 43 nakfa or more.
    13) There was a lot of construction activities going on. A lot of private construction activity, Now it is mostly state ran and at a snail's pace.
    14) On overall, more people were returning to Eritrea rather than leaving in large droves
    15) Just like during the dergue regime most of our Italian community has left and taken their money with them
    16) In 1993 we have moved away from the dergue kebele food assistance program, Now we have returned to the dergue system.
    17) In 1993 were not racists like now and did not call everyone an woyane or agame
    18) In 1993 we maintained good relations with western countries
    19) in 1993 we were not hosting Somali opposition groups in our government hotels
    20) In 1993 were not listed as last on human rights and lack of freedom of speech lists
    21) In 1993 we did not have thousands of Eritreans held in prisons with no judicial review
    22) In 1993 those below the age of 50 did not have to get a special permit to leave the country, we were free.

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  53. Yemane is a glorified puppet...pure and simple...and no I am not agame or woyene..

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  54. Goodbye to the "State of Eritrea". Hello to the "Republic of Eritrea". Shaebia will show the Horn of Africa how to conduct REAL elections. Not these sham, cartoon elections we've been witnessing.

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  55. Free election in Eritrea? That will never happen as Issays is alive. Didnt he tell us in the Al Jazera interview for while ago, that no election will be held in Eritrea for coming decades?. Free election means end of Issays one man rule, let alone from other new parties even within PFDJ he would be the last person people would elect in free election. That is probably why he will never accept election at all. He promised consititution for a year ago, almost one year passed no progress at all.

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  56. We talk about Weyanes problems here, can we talk about the humanitarian disaster that is unfolding before our eyes in the Mediterranean Sea now? That affects our people more! Can we talk about finding a solution to the desperate risk our young Eritreans are taking to reach Europe through a treacherous Sahara to Libya and to the deadly sea, not to mention the torture and the beheadings they are enduring? We can't ignore and put this down to the same obvous reasons that we have been saying! What is the responsibility of our governments and our leaders here? What assurance accompanied with action do these young people need not to take this deadly journey? Let's discuss about it! Let's not hide our heads in the sand! Let's not judge this victims for taking this risk from our comfortable life of Eroupe and America! What can we do to help or more importantly what can our leaders do is the big Question?? Before you nickname me with opposition or Weyane please read all my previous comments. Let's get down to the basics! Let's put aside what the external powers are doing to the less developed countries and concentrate on the things that could be done from our ends and from our leaders end.

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  57. This is just the same pig with different color lipstick giving false hope to the hopeless. It's been a quarter of a century since Eritrea became "independent". Knowing that Eritreans are fleeing their country by the hundreds of thousands, do you really think Issayas believes the people love him and his government? Do you really think Issayas is going to allow a free and fair election to take place and risk losing power or trigger violence by trying to hold on to power? This is just a ploy for the gullible.

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  58. What do you do with a girlfriend like that? Dump her of course. And fast!!

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  59. Only by entertaining such rumours, you´re exposing the fact that you don´t know shit about shaebia!!!

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  60. John
    Thanks, we think alike 😃

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  61. When they said we can't have constitution you applauded to them, when they said otherwise you applaud. When they said there will be no election you clap, when they said they will have election you will clap.....clap,clap my friend that's what u were born for slave of his stomach...
    Btw isn't that the same guy who said we have constitution in Eritrea in Atlanta until he tarnished by his master mad dog few months after....hehehe monkeys.

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  62. Rora
    I don't know who you are, but you're acting as someone who knows me well??
    In any case, I would welcome you to show me where I said what you're claiming I said regarding constitution, election, ...If you're generalizing because you thought I'm a blind PFDJ supporter, then you're completely wrong. What I'm is a blind Woyane Hater.

    Please don't act like Woyane, if you're not, that is.

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  63. ''In my opinion the best in the long term might be to have 1 party system with popular election of all the leadership at the National, Regional and Local levels. For example PFDJ would be the party but the Chairman and all the rest of the leaders are elected by the general public from among the individuals who decided to run. There must be term limit. For the system to be successful there MUST be clear division of powers among the Executive, Legislative sides, etc...''



    You got it!!!! Couldn't agree more with TGY.

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  64. KEEP IN MIND MY BROTHERS... CHANGING OF THE GUARD IS A NOBLE THING BUT IT IS NOT THE MIRACLE PILL ERITREA NEEDS, RATHER NATIONAL SECURITY (SOVEREIGNTY) ISSUES NEED TO BE RESOLVED, THAT HAS BEED AND IS ERITREA'S "ACHILLES-HEEL" AND THAT IS THE ROOT CAUSE OF EVERY PROBLEM WE HAVE.

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  65. I agree!, That is precisely why most of Eritreans are not worried (for now) with all secondary issued on Eritrean politics.

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  66. Constitution, election are very important for the stability of a nation. It is through election that the people controls the authorities. Isayas was given a chance by the people of Eritrea, but he abused it. We all used to see him as liberator of Eritrea and used to call him George washington of Eritrea. Had he allowed election and constition he could have put himself in the golden history of eritrea. But he abondoned becoming georege washington and followed the path of Idi Amin, sadam and Ghadafi. In my opinion we do not expect any change from him.

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  67. OMG why does the above comment is deleted???
    just think where is right of speech

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  68. @Kool-Aid dear sir kool aid is not good for your son and for your self and also do not build your house in eritrea when General philipos said so.

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  69. Who can trust yemane monkey about anything thing? He is aparrot who says whatever evasive message isasiad afewerk tells him to lie. If he were a real human being with conscience and integrity , he would have resigned from his position refusing to deliver contradictory messages to the people.
    Remember, he was lying to us that the 1997 ratified constitution was implemented in large part with the exception of national election . and now, completely the opposite. He has no sense of shame at all.

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  70. Easy for you to say you fake hypocrite you are not even in Eritrea. Go home have you not heard your country is at war with Ethiopia and there is no need for elections or constitution

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  71. Especially coward hypocritical Eritreans like you that do not even live in Eritrea

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  72. No you leave your country and then bitch just like you. Go home your country is at war with Ethiopia they need you there not abroad

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  73. You are the woyane..go home and then do national service for 10 years then you can talk you fak hypocrit

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  74. Shut the fuck up, you whining little bitch. agame queer.

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  75. bitching like whore. what a fucking filthy animal. you must be new komal agame from the ghetto of addis ababa . kkkkkkkkkkkkk

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  76. my friend that's what u were born for slave of his stomach.

    Aren't you the one that sold a country and your dignity for a welfare income in the US. which one is born for slave of his stomach. by the look of it. its you.

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  77. Still here what a bitch, did you come to find your defected pilots here.kkkkkk fucking Fagot.

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  78. Yeah right we have been hearing that for more than 23 years while people like you live the easy life in California and watch your brothers and sisters wrot away either in prisons or national service.

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  79. Who is barking and where are they barking from? You hypocritical coward living easy life outside of Eritrea. Go home your country is at war with Ethiopia take off your dress and be a real man

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  80. Well said by a brother that is outside of Eritrea singing the glory song you hypocritical coward

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  81. Get your agame ass back home you bitch wining dog then you can talk. Coward!

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  82. Agame kills my ass you punk coward go back to Eritrea your master slave owner s calling you. You are the real agame letting TPLF illegally occupy our land while you sing e glory PFDJ song living your easy life in the west. Get real pretender

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  83. Well I am not a hypocrit and coward like you are you numb nuts . You are not REAL Eritrean you are fake while our real Eritrean brothers and sisters suffer in prisons or open ended national service. Coward go back to your taxi.

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  84. you are not even I. eritrea you fake coward hypocrit go back home and be real before you talk sh it...coward

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  85. The. Go back to Eritrea you fakes and ensure its security

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  86. You guys jusy need to gang bang each other and believe all the BS that you are spouting out. But hey you guys have made over 2000 comments on the web anyone with that much time on their hands is on government payroll

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  87. You are obviously born through the anus and a tenuous

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  88. And you know everything there is to know living in America right?

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  89. Go home and guard your house then what are you doing in spaghetti land?

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