Originally Posted by Ghenet
Ghenet you hit BULL'S EYE. You know what I mean. I remember back then a friend of mine asked one of EPRP cadre in Eritrean territory while getting trained, DO YOU BELIEVE IN INDEPENDENT ERITREA. The EPRP cadre responded "you need to read our manifesto". This is exactly what this commission has done yesterday.
We got to go & tell what they stand for (JUST POWER)
The commission seems to suffer blatantly from a deficit of inability to give definitive answers for the questions raised by concerned citizens making it to fall right from the outset in the trap of the fallacy of ?begging a question.? It smells no different than the ELF_RC. The least it could do is to reassess the following previously asked question by Himbol and others and try to answer them without trembling.
1) Question asked:
It has been quetioned but not answered yet ?
Who are the commission members? and their backgrounds?
Since biography play a big role in Eritrean poletics please verify it for us
1) Commission?s answer:
Members of the Commission are Eritreans from all walk of life and they are independent in all of their actions in undertaking the tasks of the Commission. As far as their roles in the Commssion are concerned, they have no affiliation with any party or organization apart from having a working relationship with those who supports the Commssion's mission.
2) Question asked:
Do you recognize the government of Eritrea?
2) Commission?s answer:
What do you think?
3) Question asked:
Should a declared Jihadist party, a Moslem Brotherhood party, or an Islamist party be allowed to exist in the Eritrea that you envision? Should a declared Christian party or organization be allowed to exist?
Should a declared religious or awarajawa organization or party be allowed to exist and participate in the political process of the Eritrea that the party envision
3) Commission?s answer:
The issues raised by Hmbol are the mandates of the Eritrea people to make the decision. The Commission is deemed to found a new mass-based political party which will struggle to give the Eritrea public the power to decide on matters and issues of interest of which what Humbol raised are some.
What is your position regarding national service? Should citizens be allowed to refuse to do national service due to religious or cultural reasons? The Jihadists don't allow women to participate in national service. How will the party handle such matters?
The Jehovas don't recognize a government and refuse to do national service? If allowed to do so, many will convert to Jehovah to avoid national service. How does the party intend to deal with this issue?
4) Commission?s answer:
The draft political program includes information on the issue of national service. Go to the draft political program and you are welcomed to come up with an alternative to the provisions in the program.
5) Question asked:
Good forbid, should there be a war between Eritrea and Ethiopia, what would be your position?
5) Commission?s answer:
What do you mean by war between Eritrea and Ethiopia? ?