MichaelAn important and a first in its kind meeting were held in Washington Dc on Tuesday February 23 2010. The executive director of Eritrean law society, an organization of Eritrean lawyers and law professionals, Mister Michael G Andegiorgis, met with the consul general of the embassy of Ecuador to the United States, Mrs. Janina Smith, to discuss issues regarding fleeing Eritrean refugees.

MichaelAn important and a first in its kind meeting were held in Washington Dc on Tuesday February 23 2010. The executive director of Eritrean law society, an organization of Eritrean lawyers and law professionals, Mister Michael G Andegiorgis, met with the consul general of the embassy of Ecuador to the United States, Mrs. Janina Smith, to discuss issues regarding fleeing Eritrean refugees.

Paul Biondani, Fabrizio Gatti and Michael Sasso
There is an Italian involved in all the NATO summit. And in a few days will hold talks in Rome on the United States Defence Secretary, Robert Gates. Talk of war with Al Qaeda, to send more soldiers to risk their skin and new threats, from Afghanistan to the Horn of Africa.

Paul Biondani, Fabrizio Gatti and Michael Sasso
There is an Italian involved in all the NATO summit. And in a few days will hold talks in Rome on the United States Defence Secretary, Robert Gates. Talk of war with Al Qaeda, to send more soldiers to risk their skin and new threats, from Afghanistan to the Horn of Africa.

Eritreans for Democratic Governance (EDG), now the Eritrean Movement for Democratic Governance (EMDG) takes this opportunity to salute the decision of the United Nations Security Council for imposing long overdue sanctions against the government of Eritrea. This totalitarian, illegitimate, government has imposed sanctions upon its own impoverished people for the past 18 years by severely limiting Eritrean citizens’ employment, movement, and trade activities.

Eritreans for Democratic Governance (EDG), now the Eritrean Movement for Democratic Governance (EMDG) takes this opportunity to salute the decision of the United Nations Security Council for imposing long overdue sanctions against the government of Eritrea. This totalitarian, illegitimate, government has imposed sanctions upon its own impoverished people for the past 18 years by severely limiting Eritrean citizens’ employment, movement, and trade activities.