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Focus on Eritrean election part 31

Focus on Eritrean Election (Part Eleven)
By Tesfamicael Yohannes
My motto: Exclusion ends in violence. Inclusion ends in justified election.

Good bye year 2002. Welcome year 2003. In year 2002, elections of administrators and manageress in villages of the different zobas in Eritrea were held. I registered it, as the first step to democratization in Eritrea. Eritrean people's say was counted, at the village level. In year 2003, we expect, elections, for regional and national level. Let God help and give wisdom to our leaders to bring the whole Eritrean people as one family. When I pray to God to give wisdom to our leaders I mean to include all opposition groups and individuals without exception. On the other hand, I pray to God, to give wisdom for the leaders of the opposition groups, they to be governed by law and order of the land and they to pay respect ...
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Focus on Eritrean election part 32

Focus on Eritrean Election (Part Twelve)
By Tesfamicael Yohannes
April 13, 2003 First an apology for the long due of appearance of this article. Reason is because I got my new third child, there was a lot to do. My motto: Exclusion ends in violence. Inclusion ends in justified election. The topics in this part are: Drought in Eritrea Rule of law in Eritrea Eritrean politicians versus Eritrean political analysts Introducing new web site by Tesfamical Yohannes
1. Drought in Eritrea This time, the talk about Eritrea should precede by giving focus to the prevailing drought. It is encouraging to mark notices of concern from different walks of life mentioning that priority should be given to saving lives. The alert is there, as well as the fact that supply of food is running out there. What is not there? The pledge by the donor countries didn't reached there. Once again ...
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Focus on Eritrean election part 33

Focus on Eritrean Election (Part thirteen)
By Tesfamicael Yohannes
May 13, 2003 FMy motto: Exclusion ends in violence. Inclusion ends in justified election. One reason of delay national elections in Eritrea is the issue of Border with Ethiopia. The more Ethiopia presses about the border issue the longer is going to take the democratization process in Eritrea. Therefore, Ethiopia is contributing one way or the other in obscuring the process of democracy in Eritrea. Today's topic is "Science Fiction About Badme" When the armed struggle for independence of Eritrea started in 1961, nobody imagined that Badme is as important as today. But, let alone Badme, who was so sure that independence of Eritrea to be realized in our life time. From the beginning, the armed struggle was complex, due to selfish leadership. The frustration was at climax when the civil war was at the top agenda of Eritrean armed struggle. ...
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Focus on Eritrean election part 34

Focus On Eritrean Election (Part Fourteen)
By Tesfamicael Yohannes
June 22, 2003 My motto: Exclusion ends in violence. Inclusion ends in justified election. Today's topic is, discussion with Ato Seyom Tesfay By the heading, "The Missing ingredient", Seyom Tesfay in his article asks for discussion the following topics. I am interested to participate and would like to give my opinion. The topics are as follows. The method of struggle: Armed struggle or non-violent political struggle? A strategy or a tactic? The Ratified Constitution’s implementation and its impact on the democratization process. United Front- The right kind of vehicle for multi-party struggle? Possibilities and limitations? PFDJ - what is the future of ruling party in the national politics? A spent force or a viable player? The relation between State and religions in Eritrea? A secular state with an asterisk or a question mark? Economy- free enterprise or mixed economy? The role ...
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Focus on Eritrean election part 35

Focus On Eritrean Election (Part Fifteen)
By Tesfamicael Yohannes
July 17, 2003 My motto: Exclusion ends in violence. Inclusion ends in justified election. Continuation of "Focus On Eritrean Election (Part Fourteen)" 3. United Front It is wise to start by admitting that united front of the opposition groups as the right kind of vehicle for multi-party struggle. First and utmost it is good by itself to be united for the important national issues. Secondly, healthy and well developed political system can be evolved from multi-party participation of different views and ideas. Finally, it will be convenient for the existing government to handle with a united front of the opposition groups than fragmented different opposition groups. Especially it is important to have one united front of the opposition groups that takes accountability of its actions. For example, if the united front opts for non violence means of struggle for democratization, then ...
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