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Focus on Eritrean election part 21

Focus on Eritrean Election (Part One)
By Tesfamicael Yohannes
February 06, 2002
My motto: Exclusion ends in violence. Inclusion ends in justified election.

Remembering that, a failed promise on election 2001, understanding as well the difficulties Eritrea is by passing, hope on future election, accepting that exclusion won against inclusion on Eritrean politics, a blink of hardships Eritrea is going to face against international isolation, the excluded to revolt, the exclusionary to suppress, with all the coming confusions, I fear violence to shadow the coming unjustified election. I say, unjustified, because I don’t expect it to be fair and free election. But, I will appreciate it for it is going to be the first election of an independent Eritrea. Based on that appreciation, I will participate in the coming election to be successful and henceforth, I declare my support for the Eritrean government for the declaration of the electoral law. ...
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Focus on Eritrean election part 22

Focus on Eritrean Election (Part Two)
By Tesfamicael Yohannes
February 18, 2002
My motto: Exclusion ends in violence. Inclusion ends in justified election.

In part one, of the same article, posted February 6, 2002 in asmarino.com, I vowed to continue my analysis, of the now recognized, by me, as an outstanding intellectual and respected figure Mr. Hirue’s article "DEMOCRACY IN ERITREA: A PROGRAMMATIC PROPOSAL By Herui T. Bairu, STOCKHOLM August 8, 2000” in Asmarino.com.

Mr. Hirue said, "In 1994, the Third Congress of the EPLF transformed itself from a front into a party; adopted a political document called the 'National Charter'; and elected a new executive committee. The new party, which is better known to the public by its acronym the PFDJ, became the sole, legitimate, political organization in Eritrean politics. As it is today, the PFDJ controls the commerce, industry, and financial institutions of Eritrea. It controls the Eritrea ...
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Focus on Eritrean election part 23

Focus on Eritrean Election (Part Three)
By Tesfamicael Yohannes
March 12, 2002
My motto: Exclusion ends in violence. Inclusion ends in justified election.

The following quotation is going to be permanent in Focus on Eritrean Election. But next time it will be put at the end of the article with a sample of the day’s quotation from "Perverting Elections”.

"It shall be unlawful for a foreign national directly or through any other person to make any contribution of money or other thing of value, or to promise expressly or impliedly to make any such contribution, in connection with an election to any political office or in connection with any primary election….

Title 2, United States Code Amended (USCA), Section 441e(a)”

For today, I am going to continue with the promise I made in part two, Focus on Eritrean Election, to comment from the article "DEMOCRACY IN ERITREA: A PROGRAMMATIC PROPOSAL ...
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Focus on Eritrean election part 24

Focus on Eritrean Election (Part Four)
By Tesfamicael Yohannes
April 08, 2002 My motto: Exclusion ends in violence. Inclusion ends in justified election. Charge of Treason After Election? It is interesting to follow and make case studies of every election by following through media that goes on around the world. My observation is, except in the very civilized countries of the west, others are conducting elections with serious difficulties. The case of the recently held election in Zimbabwe is a lesson to be recalled. Mr. Mugabe, a veteran leader of the heroic freedom fighters of the Zimbabwean people and his opponent Mr. Tsvangirai, at least tried their best in conducting election. The most important thing, from the outcome of the election, in Zimbabwe was, the say of the Zimbabwean people counted. Mr. Mugabe won almost with a difference about half a million counted ahead to Mr. Tsvangirai. My opinion is, ...
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Focus on Eritrean election part 25

Focus on Eritrean Election (Part Five)
By Tesfamicael Yohannes
May 08, 2002 My motto: Exclusion ends in violence. Inclusion ends in justified election. Today’s topic is : Eritrean civil society Yet to be formed, but hope of emergence of civil society, in the near future, out of the bulk populace of Eritrea, seems imminent. The sign is already flashing among the Diaspora and for sure, slowly but surely to develop through out the Eriteran society. Why are some politicians already began to shiver and became discontent by the emergence of civil society among Eritreans? The answer is; there is significant sector of the population that they are going to lose them, to the ever growing civil society. It is not going to be easy and simple to gather followers by cheap political propaganda with the expansion and progress of civil society among Eritreans.

The long years of armed struggle, the ...
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