Mass Media and Free Press in Eritrea
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adal

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Have you read the Eritrean government's denial of the killing? The government offered witnesses.  Please comment. 

Corriera

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It is obvious that the regime is willing to deny everything. Every dictatorship who does not permit free press deny critics. The denial of the official website, does not have any sense. It's like going to a restaurant, where you critic the food, but, at the same moment, on the other side, you have the owner who says that the food is the best of the city. If there would be a report done by the free press, it could be different. Unfortunately, in Eritrea the independent journalists are sent to prison.
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Regarding the message written by "myname":

I cannot give the name of the witness, otherwise the government will put it in prison if Eritrean, and/or expelled immediately if foreigner.

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Could this be an accident like that of Adi Abeyto?

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Corrira,

 

How can I trust your report ? Can it be the deplomat is angry with the governemnt and trying to score a point?

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Dear Myname,

I don't ask you to trust my report. You read the story and you can have your idea or interpretation of it.

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