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Esteemed members and visitors:
As we get closer to Virtual Press Conference with Prof Bereket Habte Sellasie on June 11, 2006 @ 10:00 am, we have the opportunity to read introductory statement by Prof Bereket.
The Making of the Eritrean Constitution: A summary account to provide a framework for the discussion of June 11, 2006. By Professor Bereket Habte Selassie June 6, 2006
You are welcome to post preliminary questions..
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The Eritrean constitution is written and available on the official Eritrean websites.Is this means that the constitution is accepted, but not implemented yet by the Eritrean government.If not why?.
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being in the website doesnot mean accepted;the way it is constutinalized is acceptable;moreover the full participation of the society can be confirmed with an indicator of his awarness to the constituition.
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I have read the full searchable Eritrean Constitution in http://orota.com/news/article.php?story=20060530142546785
1 - Do you know of any writers of the Constitution? If you do please tell me some and what they did for it. 2 - Why there is no effective date in the Constitution? Have the writers considered?
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My Question to the good professor: according to the constitution, could the president of the state be the chairman of the national assembly? if so, doesnt that contradict the basic principle of democracy: independence of the judiciary branch and the executive branch? If the president of the state is the chairman of the assembly; does he has one third vote in the assembly? how does it work and how is it supposed to work. Thank you Professor Bereket
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dear professor, would you tell us about your academic background and your work experience before we get in detail about the constitution?