June 13, 2013

Statement by the Eritrean Delegation at the 23rd...

Statement by the Eritrean Delegation at the 23rd Session of the Human Rights Council

Statement by the Eritrean Delegation at the 23rd Session of the Human Rights CouncilMr. President,
Distinguished delegates,
My delegation expresses its best wishes for the successful conclusion of the 23rd Human Rights Council Session and supports your presidency in its leadership. It is also a great honor to be part of this august body and take this opportunity to address the Council on matters relating to Eritrea.

Mr. President,
Eritrea is a nation that emanated out of the struggle for human rights that achieved through huge human sacrifices, the 23rd session of the HRC could be considered as a moment of true reflection as it has come during the 22nd Independence Anniversary celebrations inside and outside of the country resonating the inherent values of liberation, freedom and democracy. The anniversary has once again symbolized the sanctity of the struggle for the human rights of the Eritrean people, demonstrated the unity, commitment and hard work of the people and Government, and has typically reflected the promising achievement of the nation to strengthen human dignity, human security and human development. Read more

January 22, 2013

Human Rights Watch: On a Dogged Mission of...

Human Rights Watch: On a Dogged Mission of Defamation

Human Rights Watch: On a Dogged Mission of Defamation

Once again, Human Rights Watch (HRW) is engrossed in its frantic campaign of defamation. The organization has just distributed, through the electronic media, a document that targets Eritrea as a “systemic violator of human rights”.

The core areas of its unfounded accusations are Eritreas’s National Service and the country’s nascent minig sector.  PDF

July 27, 2012

THE UNITED STATES IN HUMAN RIGHT STANDARDS

THE UNITED STATES IN HUMAN RIGHT STANDARDS

PART VI | Political Pluralism in Favorable Grounds and For a Good Cause
One of the issues that the special interest groups have been blaming Eritrea for is the issue of “Political Pluralism.” In their way of thinking, political pluralism stands for the creation of a conducive ground designed to create chaos. What does political pluralism mean to those quarters? What about its true and plausible meaning? This article is an analysis of the subject. Read more

July 26, 2012

THE UNITED STATES IN HUMAN RIGHT STANDARDS

THE UNITED STATES IN HUMAN RIGHT STANDARDS

PART V – America has often the habit of disclosing and disseminating global human rights reports to the world without being invited or requested to do so. In such a report (human rights report), the country recounts what may happen in China, what Russia does, what is lacking in Venezuela, what has been done in Iran, what takes place in Eritrea and the like. Read more

June 30, 2012

UNITED STATES IN HUMAN RIGHT STANDARDS

UNITED STATES IN HUMAN RIGHT STANDARDS

Part II – The US is the only G8 member that carries the death penalty. In past years, 1,077 people were executed in the electric chair. Most of these were blacks, some were executed by mistake and others due to name misplacement. Read more

Ministry of Health: Timely Public Announcement

Eritrea’s Statement at the Security Council’s...

International Women’s Day celebrated

Natnael Tesfatsion winner of Yellow Jersey

Construction of Gahtelai dam

EAChE conference on Industrial Safety