Mass Media and Free Press in Eritrea
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debbas

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Dear Mr. Alberizzi,

For me the picture that you've pubblished in Corriere della Sera is not the main question. In Eritrea we've a dictatorship! Today is 18 september. I remeber that four years ago, the dictator in Eritrea have done one of his big crime: jailed internal oppositors, journalists, elders, ect. Today noboday remember that sad event. Do you think this people are "traitors" or not?

You say that you  have meet serveral eritrean leaders, like Petros and Durue, now in jail. Do you think they are honest people and victms of Isayas regime?

Thanks. Debbas   


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Mahari
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Molto Bene, Debbas!

This is the question; not the kind of witness that I meat. All day long, I am thinking about the 18th of September. This is ashame! I had a lot of contact with Petros during the last months, when he was out of jail. He was very disappointed that the regime was continuing to become more and more repressive.

I would like to remember that in Eritrea there is no constitution: there is no state badget, there is no free press, there is no precise duration of the military service, there are no opposition parties, the cars of the mining programs have been confiscated, the italian UN police has prefered to leave because of the many impositions, the prices increased drastically, the country is totally militarized, as I wrote in my article.

debbas

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Grazie per i complimenti.

Bit I would like to ask you if you can give me some detailes about the actual italian and eritrean diplomatic relation? What is behind the interest between Isyas and Berlusconi? Next year in Italy there is general election do you think this will affect the actual relation? Thanks.

Debbas

 

 

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Molto Bene, Debbas!

This is the question; not the kind of witness that I meat. All day long, I am thinking about the 18th of September. This is ashame! I had a lot of contact with Petros during the last months, when he was out of jail. He was very disappointed that the regime was continuing to become more and more repressive.

I would like to remember that in Eritrea there is no constitution: there is no state badget, there is no free press, there is no precise duration of the military service, there are no opposition parties, the cars of the mining programs have been confiscated, the italian UN police has prefered to leave because of the many impositions, the prices increased drastically, the country is totally militarized, as I wrote in my article.


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Corriera

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Dear Debbes,

I cannot right anything because I have no evidences.  But if you, or somebody else, are able to provide the evidences, please write to me. Immediately!

Ciao

Massimo

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