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Eritrea rejects “politically motivated” rights charges by U.N. body

NAIROBI (HAN) June 8.2016. Public Diplomacy & Regional Security News. Eritrea’s government said on Wednesday it rejected what it called unfounded accusations of human rights abuses made in a report by a U.N. Commission of Inquiry (COI) and said the investigators were driven by political concerns.

“Eritrea rejects the politically motivated and groundless accusations and the destructive recommendations of the COI,” the presidential adviser Yemane Ghebreab said in the government statement. “It believes they are an unwarranted attack not only against Eritrea, but also Africa and developing nations.”




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One response to “Eritrea rejects “politically motivated” rights charges by U.N. body”

  1. Alem

    The COI didn’t refer the Eritrean people or Eritrea to the INTERNATIONAL CRIMNAL COURT (ICC) but rather the unelected junta and ruthless criminal ISAYAS AFEWORKI and his sell out criminal gangsters like YEMANE MONKEY, YEMANE GEBREMESKEL, FOZIA HASHIM, HAGOS KISHA and the rest of the criminals and thieves who collaborated in turning ERITREA into toxic waste land and HELL on earth.
    The solution is not that complicated.
    1-Release all our political Eritrean prisoners. The unelected criminal regime and its kangaroo courts does not have any constitutional right to detain any Eritrean, let alone for years NOT even for a single day.
    2- Release our orthodox ABUN immediately.
    3-Release our journalists and give them the right to enlighten and educate our people.
    4- STOP the national SLAVERY immediately. Under the pretext of national security stop enriching the criminal junta by using slave labor. It is a delusional and failed policy and in the name of war, you cant keep on lying to our Eritrean people. ISAYAS AFEWORKI is beating the war drum to keep us on edge and to protect his tyranny because that is what dictators and murderers do.
    5-Stop demolishing residential houses immediately.
    6-Implment the 1997 constitution immediately and hand over power to its right full owner, the Eritrean people.
    That pretty much sums it up and like I said the Eritrean people and the international community NOT asking for much.

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