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CONSTRUCTIVE DIALOGUE PART 6

Constructive Dialogue With Dr. Bereket Habteselassie (Sixths in series)
 
Today’s topic is implementation of the Constitution of Eritrea. After writing a constitution, its implementation might be delayed due to different circumstances. As some times, in the history of making laws or passing bills showed us its delay in its implementation. There were cases that bills passed by parliament as forbidding children to work under the age of eighteen but didn’t implied for long times. In process, the implementation of laws or bills would be realized, but the first step is to be courageous and mature enough to pass the resolution. In Eritrean case, the courage and the modest is, the ability in achieving writing the constitution. It is written and ratified. It exists. Now the question is how to imply it? But, first a brief explanation of reason why not implied to this time? First of all, that ...

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CONSTRUCTIVE DIALOGUE PART 7

Constructive Dialogue With Dr. Bereket Habteslassie (Seventh in series)
 
Legal effects of the Eritrean Constitution
The Eritrean constitution is written and ratified on May 23rd, 1997. Not applied to this time. Some, concerned people, asks for its application. Some, totally rejects its existence and the Eritrean government says, wait. What the majority of the Eritrean people says is unknown. Because the Eritrean people do not say. The most advocate person for the application of the constitution is the writer himself, Dr. Bereket. I am an apologist and sympathize with the delay (refer sixths in series of the same heading). Now, the problem is, Dr. Bereket informs us that it has legal consequences for the delay of the application of the constitution. Some of the legal issues are, some measures taken, after the ratification of the constitution, by the existing government could be null and void. By the way, Dr. ...

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CONSTRUCTIVE DIALOGUE PART 8

Constructive Dialogue With Dr. Bereket Habteselassie (Eighth in Series) Response to:
 
GRAMMAR OF POLITICS: (Part Eight)The Legal and Political Effects of the Government's failure to Implement the Ratified Constitution, Bereket Habte Selassie” To some of you, this series has become so familiar, this time, and no doubt, that you have already started to ask a question, why is this person neither diverges nor converges with the opinion of Dr. Bereket. It is good question and I assure you that, you came to the right point. To answer this question, I have to take you back to the first part of this series of this same tittle. I said at that time; my articles will go parallel with the articles of Dr. Bereket’s ”Grammar of Eritrean Politics”. Therefore, I owe you an explanation what I mean by going parallel. Parallel lines neither diverges nor converges. Parallel lines can come so ...

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