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molover
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The Real Self reliance Stand Up.

Post by molover » 10 Sep 2019, 13:35


Awash
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Re: The Real Self reliance Stand Up.

Post by Awash » 10 Sep 2019, 14:09

At least he delivers
Rwanda’s economy is booming, but at what cost?

World Sep 07, 2019 05:18 PM EDT
https://www.google.com/amp/s/www.pbs.or ... -what-cost

Unlike this bozzo

...2. State of Human Rights in Eritrea

Eritrea today is a specimen of a broken society, a society broken by the objective consequences of the deliberate policies and practices of an oppressive regime preoccupied with survival and self-aggrandisement. Generations of Eritreans have waged a long and hard struggle for national liberation and made huge sacrifices for liberty, democracy and prosperity. Yet, the authoritarian regime has betrayed these noble objectives. Its amply documented record of ‘gross, systematic and widespread violations’ of human rights has aggravated the devastation of the country and the misery and impoverishment of the people wrought by a century of foreign occupation, colonial plunder and neglect as well as three decades of a war of national liberation and two years of a war of national defence. Life for the vast majority of Eritreans has degenerated to a preoccupation with the search for daily bread and survival at the lowest rungs of contemporary global society.

Nearly three decades post-independence, the authoritarian regime has nothing to show for its years in power. It has failed to establish a democratic system of government that vindicates the immense sacrifices and meets the age-old yearnings of the people for peace, justice and prosperity. Unable to provide for the basic needs of the people, the authoritarian regime continues to ride roughshod over the country. Brutal repression manifest in its gross, systematic and widespread violations of human rights, economic hardship and indefinite active national service, continue to drive the mass exodus of Eritreans, especially the youth, out of the country. Stripped of their civil, political, economic, social and cultural rights, the Eritrean people seek deliverance from an abominable regime and aspire to build a free, democratic and prosperous society.

i. Rule by Fear: Arbitrary Arrests, Enforced Disappearance, Torture
https://eri-platform.org/updates/eritre ... A-wxj_2iys

Zmeselo
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Re: The Real Self reliance Stand Up.

Post by Zmeselo » 10 Sep 2019, 14:35

With partners, of course:

https://www.google.com/url?sa=t&source= ... 40KFNgADze

https://www.google.com/url?sa=t&source= ... zs&ampcf=1

https://www.google.com/url?sa=t&source= ... CDKMWRO0Nk

https://www.google.com/url?sa=t&source= ... o3FL8PG-wM

Etc. etc...

The Eritrean govt's partners, are the people.

You see the difference?
Awash wrote:
10 Sep 2019, 14:09
At least he delivers
Rwanda’s economy is booming, but at what cost?

World Sep 07, 2019 05:18 PM EDT
https://www.google.com/amp/s/www.pbs.or ... -what-cost

Unlike this bozzo

...2. State of Human Rights in Eritrea

Eritrea today is a specimen of a broken society, a society broken by the objective consequences of the deliberate policies and practices of an oppressive regime preoccupied with survival and self-aggrandisement. Generations of Eritreans have waged a long and hard struggle for national liberation and made huge sacrifices for liberty, democracy and prosperity. Yet, the authoritarian regime has betrayed these noble objectives. Its amply documented record of ‘gross, systematic and widespread violations’ of human rights has aggravated the devastation of the country and the misery and impoverishment of the people wrought by a century of foreign occupation, colonial plunder and neglect as well as three decades of a war of national liberation and two years of a war of national defence. Life for the vast majority of Eritreans has degenerated to a preoccupation with the search for daily bread and survival at the lowest rungs of contemporary global society.

Nearly three decades post-independence, the authoritarian regime has nothing to show for its years in power. It has failed to establish a democratic system of government that vindicates the immense sacrifices and meets the age-old yearnings of the people for peace, justice and prosperity. Unable to provide for the basic needs of the people, the authoritarian regime continues to ride roughshod over the country. Brutal repression manifest in its gross, systematic and widespread violations of human rights, economic hardship and indefinite active national service, continue to drive the mass exodus of Eritreans, especially the youth, out of the country. Stripped of their civil, political, economic, social and cultural rights, the Eritrean people seek deliverance from an abominable regime and aspire to build a free, democratic and prosperous society.

i. Rule by Fear: Arbitrary Arrests, Enforced Disappearance, Torture
https://eri-platform.org/updates/eritre ... A-wxj_2iys

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