The UN Commission of Inquiry determined the Eritrean regime has committed crimes against humanity & called for the Eritrean authorities to be tried by the International Criminal Court. Do you Support the decision made by the COI?

The UN Commission of Inquiry determined the Eritrean regime has committed crimes against humanity & called for the Eritrean authorities to be tried by the International Criminal Court. Do you Support the decision made by the COI?

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  • Berhane Tekle June 17, 2016

    I fully support the decision made by the COI . The Eritrean authorities should be tried
    by the International criminal Court.

  • Berhane Tekle June 17, 2016

    I fully support the decision made by the COI. The Eritrea authorities should be
    tried by the International court.

  • daniel June 17, 2016

    yes i supported the decision made by the coi.

  • Eritrean peace seeker June 17, 2016

    I am emotional to express my feeling towards the criminaL Eritrean dictator and the bad hearted or dirt mind person Yemane Gebreab the presidential adviser. Here are the story of the wounded people who left alive by the kindness of God through a lot of trouble. I am live in the UK and the weakness if off course from us [ the Eritrean peolpe], but as Dr Bereket Ghebresslassi, the former Eritrean constitution head said “the wounded nation” in his book. We Eritreans are in pain and as a result a few from many; you have seen us drawn in the Mediterranean sea in front of you, the well minded peopel [Europeans]. Where is your knowledge and willingness to the good? We all Eritreans are silent becuase we are waiting your voice. Isayas is already devil.

  • Berhe Tensea June 17, 2016

    Thank you, very much COI, for your historical report..

  • Fact June 17, 2016

    If there is no hope in Eritrea, did they find hope in the Sahara, Libia or on the medeteranian sea? I believe those we are living in the west are sending the wrong message to the people in Eritrea silently saying when the going gets tough instead ask them to though it out we are saying they don’t see any hope so, they have to leave the country, flee!!! What is going to happen to them if they stay in the country, serve in the army long years? They are going to be working in the mining for free or are going to be killed by the government? Is the option crossing the Sahara and medeteranian sea or living on the streets of Europe is a better option? Is dying on Sahara or Libia is better than dying in Eritrea, is eaten by a fish in the medeteranian sea is better than being killed by the government? To me it is like the Eritrean saying “”shoate mot” to die in the desert and no one to tell the story to your family, eating by a fish in the sea and one to inform your wife or parents, so let’s by no means encourage it, as a matter of fact we have to oppose it with out any condition. Let’s not try to score political point at the expense of the countries youth by blindly by supporting COI report that has the same message, they have to live the country but wait for the day to bring the criminals to justice your selves in your own court not Eropean court.

  • Omer June 18, 2016

    Write your comment here… Yes , why not? Fully support

  • Ruth June 18, 2016

    I fully support and this is the answer to my prayers. Praise be to God! Criminals must face justice!

  • Frezghi Zigta June 18, 2016

    I Fully support COI because all reported right.

  • hope freedom June 18, 2016

    of course we support col ,the accusation against the brutal regime who bleeding our people, do not care about the pain of our people and the future of the country .he sacrifise the whole generation just for his well,he prisoned thousands of civilians ,journalists,political leaders for long years with out judgement.. .that´s why millions of our people need to see this dictator and his few millitary leaders in the court.

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