May 17, 2009 (KHARTOUM) – The Eritrean president Isaias Afewerki launched an unprecedented attack on the ex-Southern rebel group Sudan People Liberation Movement (SPLM).

The pro-government Al-Rayaam newspaper quoted Afewerki in an interview to be published this week as saying that “corruption in South Sudan is no secret”.

 

May 17, 2009 (KHARTOUM) – The Eritrean president Isaias Afewerki launched an unprecedented attack on the ex-Southern rebel group Sudan People Liberation Movement (SPLM).

The pro-government Al-Rayaam newspaper quoted Afewerki in an interview to be published this week as saying that “corruption in South Sudan is no secret”.

 

The government of President Issias Afwerqi is strictly policing the internet and flow of information after news exposing the transfer of over 250 million dollars to a personal account jointly owned by him and his son was released, sources from Asmara informed us. The regime, by dispatching its special forces, has nearly crippled the flow of information through the internet. Moreover, its forces are also watching photo studios in order to monitor and control photo copying of the bank document and the news piece regarding the money transfer.

The government of President Issias Afwerqi is strictly policing the internet and flow of information after news exposing the transfer of over 250 million dollars to a personal account jointly owned by him and his son was released, sources from Asmara informed us. The regime, by dispatching its special forces, has nearly crippled the flow of information through the internet. Moreover, its forces are also watching photo studios in order to monitor and control photo copying of the bank document and the news piece regarding the money transfer.