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adal

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Some say that you are creating this party in preparation to enter into a deal with the ruling party of Eritrea? Is it true? If not why not?


beraki81

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  Why do any organization need a party to enter into some kind of a deal with the regime in Eritrea. I don't think the whole issue is about a deal with the regime. The process is, to form a viable party that plays its role in democratization of Eritrea

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One must have been far from what the ELF RC and now the comming party are up to; to guess or suspect it would work with the dictator. This, in fact, has been the problem facing the ELF RC, an organization that has been inviting to host Eritreans who are determined to see a change of system and democratization in Eritrea. Can`t you see that you are invited to see for yourself by either joining the new party or even discussing the whatabouts of the organization with those concerned??

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The relationship between ELF-RC and the government in our country is a relationship between democratic rule and tyrannical rule. ELF-RC promotes the the former and Isyas lives on the latter.

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First and for most the regime in Eritrea never negotiated for what ever reasons in the past and is not in its nature to negotiate for a viable or sensible alternative to selfish and irresponsible power control mechanism.

If we had a group of people who had/have a say in what or how the dictator decides would have positive influence otherwise how can he accept to negotiate.
In my view  responsible, sensible and all inclusive democratic negotiation probably would have been the shortest and cost effective means to achieve what the Eritrean people need.
These types of questions do create mistrust among the oposition groups, while it is a wishful thinking by many who can't remember that many Eritrean opposition groups had tried this already and unfortunately the Eritrean People paid the price.
Why would now this Organization, who had been conscious of all the useless int-rigs of the military junta completely forget & repeat the loss?
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First and for most the regime in Eritrea never negotiated for what ever reasons in the past and is not in its nature to negotiate for a viable or sensible alternative to selfish and irresponsible power control mechanism.

If we had a group of people who had/have a say in what or how the dictator decides would have positive influence otherwise how can he accept to negotiate.
In my view  responsible, sensible and all inclusive democratic negotiation probably would have been the shortest and cost effective means to achieve what the Eritrean people need.
These types of questions do create mistrust among the oposition groups, while it is a wishful thinking by many who can't remember that many Eritrean opposition groups had tried this already and unfortunately the Eritrean People paid the price.
Why would now this Organization, who had been conscious of all the useless int-rigs of the military junta completely forget & repeat the loss?

ጎይትኦም ዋላ እዉን ስርዓት ኣስመራ ዝዛተ ስርዓት እንተዘይኮነ፡ እቲ ብኣንጻሩ ዘሎ ዝቃወሞ ናይ ለዉጢ ፖሎቲካዊ ሓይልታት መኣዲ ዘተ ከም ፖሎቲካዊ ፖሊሲ ኣብ ቅድሚ ዕላማታቱ  ኮፍ ከብሎ ኣለዎ። ምኽንያቱ መኣዲ ዘተ ሓደ ሕመረት ናይ ዲሞክራስያዊ መትከላት ስለዝኾነ እዩ። ነዚ መትከላት እዚ ዘይቕበል ፖሎቲካዊ ሓይሊ ድማ ንኤርትራ ጽባሕ ንግሆ ሓደገኛ ክኸዉን እዩ።
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