Fetsum: On OUR VOICE’s concept of Eritrean History

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I appreciate ASSENNA for its achievements and actualizing this bliss and God bless its management. In my last article I wrote the importance of OUR VOICE’s self-exposure to the efficiency, reliability and accountability of its objective because I as a person want to only deal with Eritreans on issues concerning … more

ERITREA – PLAN FOR IMMEDIATE ACTION; FORMATION OF A NEW ERITREAN MOVEMENT FOR DEMOCRATIC CHANGE – DRAFT DOCUMENT – By Our Voice – Eritrea

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Mission Statement:  The mandate of the democratic leadership of the Our Voice – Eritrea movement is nothing else but to function as a preparatory body to bring about the establishment of accountable and sustainable constitutional governance in Eritrea  in which all members of the society will have a full say. … more

Fetsum Abraham: What a legacy and what may our future be

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Fetsum Abraham: What a legacy and what may our future be We suffered tremendously for the last 55 years from the long fight for independence and the surprising home breaded absolute dictatorship. The world’s perception of our people’s determination for independence was challenged by the dictatorship that reduced us to … more

Public relations for Nevsun in London next week

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Friday 12 June 2015 Public relations for Nevsun in London next week There are meetings taking place in London next week which are of great concern to Eritreans. They involve the visit from Canada of Todd Romaine, Vice President of Corporate Social Responsibility at Nevsun Resources Limited, and Lloyd Lipsett, … more

PRESIDENT ISAYAS’S WAR ON TRUTH

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Ezana Sehay 6/5/2015 Few days ago, I watched a two part documentary prepared by and aired on EBC [Ethiopian Broadcasting Corporation] on the situations of Eritreans as told by Eritreans themselves. It is an informative, educational and heart wrenching piece of work and I recommend everyone to check it out. … more

The deadly dozen – comparing Eritrea and North Korea

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Wednesday 20 May 2015 The deadly dozen – comparing Eritrea and North Korea How valid is the comparison between Eritrea and North Korea – sometimes described as among the most dictatorial regimes and closed societies in the world? This comparison is frequently and freely made. The New York Times reported … more

A SWIFT, EFFECTIVE AND LASTING SOLUTION TO THE ERITREAN NIGHTMARE!! – A Short Thesis on Strategy By Our Voice

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                     A SWIFT, EFFECTIVE AND  LASTING SOLUTION TO                                    THE ERITREAN NIGHTMARE!!                                      A Short Thesis on Strategy                                                        By                                                 Our Voice (Dear readers, we invite you to read this document with full attention, patience and utmost seriousness.  We believe that it is significant and may hopefully be … more

Should Eritrea Have Constitution Day National Holiday?

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“Today 23 May 1997, on this historic date, after active popular participation, approve and solemnly ratify, through the Constituent Assembly, this Constitution as the fundamental law of our Sovereign and Independent State of Eritrea.” We are in the middle of the Japanese “Golden Week” as many Japanese workers get about a week off around … more

Eritrea: The Tragedy behind a Tragedy

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By: Tedros Abraham  21/04/2015  Some 350 Eritreans were among the 850 people who perished in the migrant boat that sank off the coast of Libya on Saturday night, a United Nations spokesperson said on Tuesday. Ethiopia declared three days of national mourning after it confirmed the people brutally killed by … more

“FIRST PEACE…, THEN JUSTICE”: Dilemmas of Human Rights Enforcement in Our Times – A lecture delivered at Chatham House, By Bereket Habte Selassie,

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“FIRST PEACE…, THEN JUSTICE”: Dilemmas of Human Rights Enforcement in Our Times   A lecture delivered at Chatham House April 6, 2009 By Bereket Habte Selassie, The William E. Leuchtenburg Professor of African Studies, Professor of Law, The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill     Introductory Remarks   … more

The Sarcasm, Denial and Lies of the Eritrean authorities: a personal account on the National service, the closure of the University of Asmara and the Scholarship program in South Africa – Part III

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Zekarias Ginbot February 3, 2015   ……..in Part I, I described how the aspirations of the Eritrean people have been dashed by PFDJ over the last 20 years and how the national service has ended up becoming a modern day slavery. In Part II, I continued to reflect on my … more

ትዕዝብቲ ኣብ ፖለቲካን ባህርያቱን – ኣማኑኤል ሳህለ (1ይ ክፋል)

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ትዕዝብቲ ኣብ ፖለቲካን ባህርያቱን ኣማኑኤል ሳህለ   ፖለቲካ ናይ ህዝቢ ስጋዊ ምምሕዳር ስልቲ ኪኸውን ከሎ፡ ሃይማኖት ከኣ ናይቲ ህዝቢ መንፈሳዊ ምምሕዳር ሜላ ማለት እዩ። እቲ ቀዳማይ ነቲ ስጋዊ ገጽታ ሰብን ንምድራዊ ድሌታቱን ከስተናግድ ከሎ፡ እቲ ካልኣይ ግን ነቲ መንፈሳዊ ገጽታ ሰብን ንሰማያዊ ድሌታቱን እዩ ዘስተናግድ። እቲ ቀዳማይ፡ ነቲ መሰረታዊ ባህርያት … more

Time for Reflection VI

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The question that repeats in every discussion is always,  why has it been taking  us so long to get rid of the Tyrant in Eritrea? First  and formost I wish every Eritrean, a better year and healthier, and proper  method of struggle so that we are able to reach our … more

A new challenge for Eritreans in Diaspora. The mining drama

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  A new challenge for Eritreans in Diaspora.  The mining drama By Petros Tesfagiorgis A Report published on  November by Danish Immigrations services had recommended that Denmark no longer offer blanket asylum to Eritrean refugees on the grounds that human rights situation in Eritrea has improved. Furthermore it notes that … more

Eritrea: Pursuit to regain the lost compassion

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About six months ago I was invited to an Eritrean wedding reception. Nearly a thousand people showed up on the first day of the reception and about five hundred of them were present on the second day. There were lots of dancing, laughing, drum beating, ululating and yes … more dancing. … more

The Sarcasm, Denial and Lies of the Eritrean authorities: a personal account on the National service, the closure of the University of Asmara and the Scholarship program in South Africa

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Zekarias Ginbot December 20, 2014   Part I   A lot has been said about the atrocities committed by the Eritrean regime and articles with similar content have been published before in this kind of platforms. However, the content of this article might be different in a sense that it … more