HadasPresident Issias impliedly admitted that he could be target of the international tribunals hunt for war criminals and said he would stand by Sudan’s President Omar Al Bashir’s side. “Since this movement [warrant] of the International Criminal Court is not going to be limited to President Al-Bashir alone but is designed to target all nations of the region, we oppose to it by standing on the Sudanese side,” Haddas Eritrea, the government’s daily paper, quoted Issias.

HadasPresident Issias impliedly admitted that he could be target of the international tribunals hunt for war criminals and said he would stand by Sudan’s President Omar Al Bashir’s side. “Since this movement [warrant] of the International Criminal Court is not going to be limited to President Al-Bashir alone but is designed to target all nations of the region, we oppose to it by standing on the Sudanese side,” Haddas Eritrea, the government’s daily paper, quoted Issias.

edfMinistry of Defense, with a circular memo it issued, is currently warning members of the Eritrean Defense Forces (EDF) that anyone who is found possessing and using a cell phone would be charged with treason and threatens punishment to the fullest extent of the “law”, sources of demo.assenna.com disclosed.

edfMinistry of Defense, with a circular memo it issued, is currently warning members of the Eritrean Defense Forces (EDF) that anyone who is found possessing and using a cell phone would be charged with treason and threatens punishment to the fullest extent of the “law”, sources of demo.assenna.com disclosed.

euYes, the EU is financially capable of providing aid to a humanitarian disaster in Eritrea.  However, when mechanisms of accountability are misplaced or ignored, the consequence is perpetuation of misery and waste of more resources.  Transparency is non-existent in Eritrea and the EU might end up being held accountable for prolonging the suffering of the Eritrean people.  The 122 million Euros in the pipeline for aid to Eritrea will eventually serve as a life-saver for the Government of Eritrea.

euYes, the EU is financially capable of providing aid to a humanitarian disaster in Eritrea.  However, when mechanisms of accountability are misplaced or ignored, the consequence is perpetuation of misery and waste of more resources.  Transparency is non-existent in Eritrea and the EU might end up being held accountable for prolonging the suffering of the Eritrean people.  The 122 million Euros in the pipeline for aid to Eritrea will eventually serve as a life-saver for the Government of Eritrea.