The Washington branch of the Eritrean national Commission for Democratic change congratulates Eritrean Youth Global Movement – EYGM for its 2nd congress, held on March 11th, 2011 – Las Vegas, USA.

Members of the Eritrean National Commission for Democratic Change met on October 22, 2010 with US State Department officials at the State Department office in the Washington DC.  Commissioners Teklai Abraha and Kibrom Debru met with the officials to discuss the current developments in the Eritrean situation, specifically focusing on the recently concluded National Conference for Democratic Change. 

Engagement with the failing dictators is an exercise doomed to fail before it begins”

The International Crisis Group report on Eritrea recently published in the media under the title, “ Eritrea may become failed state. “ warned the international community to engage with the dictatorship that is uncooperative.

Our primary concern is, given the ongoing differences within EDA, the nagging question whether this conference could  really live up to its full potential and craft a vision that will be able to unify the people and marshal the full strength of the political opposition and civic society.

Our primary concern is, given the ongoing differences within EDA, the nagging question whether this conference could  really live up to its full potential and craft a vision that will be able to unify the people and marshal the full strength of the political opposition and civic society.

I do not believe and I must not that such ridiculous and groundless accusations were been conceived in pure Kunama’s mind. But, as a matter of the argument let us consider as act of a puppet one, if that is case let me ask him the following questions:

I do not believe and I must not that such ridiculous and groundless accusations were been conceived in pure Kunama’s mind. But, as a matter of the argument let us consider as act of a puppet one, if that is case let me ask him the following questions:

  This message is from Eritrean Kunamas who live in North America. We are sending this message believing that you would take it seriously and seek a solution for its ending. Before saying what we want, it should be born in mind that it is not victory but shame for us Kunama to be in America because of the crisis in our country.

  This message is from Eritrean Kunamas who live in North America. We are sending this message believing that you would take it seriously and seek a solution for its ending. Before saying what we want, it should be born in mind that it is not victory but shame for us Kunama to be in America because of the crisis in our country.