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Dutch Parliament presses government to close Eritrean embassy

Postby Awash » 21 Dec 2017, 13:09


Last edited by Awash on 24 Dec 2017, 10:48, edited 1 time in total.



Re: Dutch Parliament presses government to close Eritrean embassy

Postby Awash » 21 Dec 2017, 14:00


The Rule of Law shall prevail!!! :lol: :mrgreen:
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Re: Dutch Parliament presses government to close Eritrean embassy

Postby Awash » 21 Dec 2017, 21:09


Save your breath, ugum shabo aka nisika berabir.
You want to drag woyane in this, you're in the wrong thread. Wedi komarit medhin.



Re: Dutch Parliament presses government to close Eritrean embassy

Postby Awash » 22 Dec 2017, 19:12


Go for it, Holland. Brilliant move.. :lol: :lol: :mrgreen:
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Re: Dutch Parliament presses government to close Eritrean embassy

Postby Awash » 24 Dec 2017, 04:54


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Eritreans protest in Brussels against the influence of the Eritrean government [junta]

Date: 22/12/2017Author: Martin Plaut

Eritreans took to the streets of Brussels today to demand the closure of the Eritrean Embassy.

Eritrean demonstration BrusselsThe demonstration – just before Christmas – brought together Eritreans from across the city and beyond.

Their action was in support of the protests in Asmara on 31 October against the Eritrean government’s decision to seize control of an Islamic school.

The administration of an Islamic school protested against this high-handed action and a number of people were arrested, including 90-year-old Hajj Musa Mohammed Nur.

In a rare show of anger, about 100 students came out onto the streets in a rare show of public opposition to what the government had done.

Troops shot into the air and there were a number of arrests.

Solidarity

Eritreans around the world have demonstrated their support for this resistance: from Stockholm to Washington, from London to Brussels.

Today’s protest was also against the activities of Eritrean government agents in Europe.

These agents spy on their fellow citizens among the Eritrean diaspora: intimidating them if they stop out of line and attempting to force them to pay the 2% tax the Eritrean government extracts from its people, even if they live abroad. This is the ‘long arm’ of the Eritrean regime.


https://martinplaut.wordpress.com/2017/ ... overnment/



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