Reliable sources from inside Eritrea reported that in the morning hours of 12 June 2019, Eritrean regime officials ordered Catholic Church representatives in Keren to hand-over as of 13 June all the health centers and clinics they own and administer in the region of  Keren.

The said the seizure of Church properties will affect all the remaining eight health facilities that were not affected by a similar government action a couple of years ago.

The sources feared that a similar order of seizure may soon follow to affect health facilities of the church in and around Asmara, Segheneiti and Barentu. It is to be recalled that the Archbishop of Asmara and the Bishops of Segheneiti, Keren and Barentu a few weeks ago issued yet another message calling on the Eritrean regime and the people to avert the existential threat hanging over all Eritreans and their country.

According to the Eritrean Catholic Church website, the eight health facilities treat up to 40,000 patients per year.


The affected health centers are located at the villages of  Ashera; Boggu; Feledarb; Glass; Halibmentel; Halhal; Waliku/suburb of Keren city,  and  the clinic at Hamelmalo. Most of them existed since 1981.

Chairman of the Eritrean People’s Democratic Party (EPDP), Mr. Menghesteab Asmerom, today addressed an urgent memorandum to the African Union Commission and African heads of state and government trying to draw their kind attention to an open letter sent to the Eritrean dictator by prominent African authors, journalists, human rights and pro-democracy activists.

The EPDP leadership with rank and file is engaged today, 12 June 2019, at distributing the message to all African embassies in every country asking them to share it with their foreign ministries and heads of state and government.

Below is the full EPDP memorandum to which is annexed the letter of pan-Africanist message.

Good reading.


Dear AU Commission Chairman, Mr Moussa Faki Mahamat,

Dear African Heads of State and Government

We in the EPDP, one of the Eritrean non-state pro-democracy actors in exile, are pleased to once again take the liberty of addressing to you this message hoping to draw your kind attention to what has been going on in Eritrea for the past 28 years. Strange at it may sound, our message today is simply a copy of an open letter to the Eritrean head of state  by 102 prominent citizens of our Africa,  including the Nigerian Nobel Laureate, Prof. Wole Soyinka.     

Written in the spirit of Pan-African solidarity, the letter deeply regrets the fact that Eritrea remains for a long time as “the most closed society in our continent.” 

The distinguished signatories of the letter do not only remind Eritrea’s Isaias Afeworki of the tragic consequences of denying one’s people all basic rights, including a total denial of freedom of expression and the press, the rule of law, an independent judiciary and political pluralism, but they also offer to send a delegation to Eritrea to help. This is something that the AU and its member states were expected to do for a long time. We still expect Africa to act.

For the kind attention of Your Excellencies, copied below is the full text of the African Message.

 Respectfully  yours,

 Menghesteab Asmerom, Chairman, the Eritrean People's Democratic Party (EPDP) in exile.


Your Excellency, President Isaias Aferwerki:

We write to convey our most sincere congratulations upon your country’s normalization of diplomatic relations with Ethiopia. This is a development much appreciated by all Africans of goodwill.

We write to you in our capacity as citizens of Africa to pledge our unequivocal solidarity with all the people of Eritrea. This includes the many Eritreans we see enduring all manner of risk and suffering in search of a better life outside their homeland. We acknowledge that we too hail from nations with varying governance and developmental challenges.  We write to you, in the spirit of Pan-African solidarity, to seek common solutions to our shared problems.

Africa’s many disparate nation states have undergone significant and diverse changes over the course of the last two decades.   [Today, many more Africans live in freedom than under repression].  Importantly, those African countries that have made the most progress – including attracting investment and tourism – over the last 25 years have been those whose citizens enjoy greater freedom of expression, press and movement, the rule of law, an independent judiciary, and political pluralism. 

Sadly, in these critical areas, Eritrea has not kept pace with the changes seen elsewhere.  Over the past two decades Eritrea has been described as the most closed society on our continent, an unfortunate situation for a country with such rich human capital and potential, with so much to offer not only Africa but also the world.

We trust that by opening this channel of communication with Your Excellency, we may be afforded the opportunity to work with you to restore your country and the great people of Eritrea to their rightful place in the family of African nations.

Of particular concern to us is the fate of several journalists and activists who have been imprisoned for prolonged periods of time in Eritrea, many of whom have reportedly been denied regular visits from their families and loved ones.

Equally, we are disheartened by the plight of the many thousands of Africans, including some Eritreans, who feel compelled to flee their home countries in search of a better life for themselves and their families, risking life and limb and enduring inhumane deprivations and indignities across deserts and oceans.

Too many of these fellow Africans have found themselves in the rapacious hands of modern day slave traders and people traffickers even causing some to end up in slave markets in places such as Libya. Too many of these migrants and refugees have perished at sea in their quest for a better life. 

We Africans are blessed with too much in our home countries to have our citizens suffer and be devalued this way.  This gloomy picture needs to change, and it is in this spirit that we address this message of solidarity to you, Your Excellency.

We respectfully call upon Your Excellency to allow a delegation of the signatories hereunder to visit Eritrea, and to afford us the opportunity to meet with you and your government as well as with ordinary citizens, including journalists, writers, and other persons currently in prison.

As with the bold step you have taken to normalize relations with Ethiopia, we believe a gesture of this kind would go a long way towards ending Eritrea’s isolation from the larger African family and could help usher in a new era of prosperity and freedom for your people.

It would be an honour to furnish you with any additional information you might require of us and we eagerly await your response.

The Signatories,

  1. Prof. Wole Soyinka, Nigeria, Nobel Laureate
  2. Rafael Marques de Morais, Angola, leading anti-corruption campaigner and award winning investigative journalist
  3. John Githongo, Kenya, publisher, leading anti-corruption campaigner and award winning anti-corruption activist
  4. Kwasi H. Prempeh, Ghana, Executive Director of Center for Democratic Development
  5. Farida Nabourema, Togo, Executive Director of Togolese Civil League
  6. Leyla Hussein, Somalia, Women’s Rights & Health Campaigner, psychotherapist, writer and founder of the Dahlia Project
  7. Maina Kiai, Kenya, founder of the Kenya Human Rights Commission (KHRC) and former UN Special Rapporteur on Freedom of Association
  8. Maaza Mengiste, Ethiopia, award-winning writer of Beneath the Lion’s Gaze
  9. Iva Cabral, Cape Verde, Chancellor of Lusófona [Lusophone] University and  daughter of Amílcar Cabral
  10. Belabbès Benkredda, Algeria, CEO and Founder of the Munathara Initiative, the Arab world’s largest online and television debate forum highlighting voices of youth, women and marginalized communities.
  11. Kasha Jacqueline Nabagesera, Uganda, a leading LGBT rights activist, founder and executive director of the LGBT rights organization Freedom & Roam Uganda, 2011 recipient of the Martin Ennals Award for Human Rights Defenders
  12. Hon. Robert Kyagulanyi aka Bobi Wine, Uganda, musician, member of parliament and youth leader recognized throughout East Africa
  13. Tundu Lissu, Tanzania, lawyer, CHADEMA politician, member of parliament and former president of the Tanganyika Law Society
  14. Amr Waked, Egypt, award winning actor, best known for his role in Syriana
  15. José Eduardo Agualusa, Angola, award winning writer, finalist in the 2016 Man Booker International Prize for his seminal work A General Theory of Oblivion
  16.  Nasser Weddady, Mauritania, leading civil rights activist, consultant and co-editor of Arab Spring Dreams.
  17. Chiké Frankie Edozien, Nigeria, writer and professor of journalism at New York University
  18. Emmanuel Iduma, Nigeria, author
  19. Mona Eltahawy, Egypt, author and journalist
  20. Mireille Tushiminina, Democratic Republic of Congo, Gender & Equality advocate
  21. Felix Agbor Nkhongo, Cameroon, Director of the Centre for Human Rights and Democracy in Africa (CHRDA) and leading human rights defender
  22. Boniface Mwangi, Kenya, democracy activist, Ukweli political party founder, photographer and artist
  23. Adeyanju Deji, Nigeria, leading democracy activist and human rights defender
  24. Alieu Bah, The Gambia, leading democracy activist and human rights defender
  25. Tutu Alicante, Equatorial Guinea, leading democracy activist and Executive Director of Equatorial Guinea Justice (EG Justice)
  26. Andrea Ngombet Malewa, Congo Republic, Global Coordinator of the Sassoufit Collective 
  27. Roukaya Kasenally, Mauritius, CEO of African Media Initiative
  28. Abdelrahman Mansour, Egypt, Executive Director of Open Transformation Lab, leading human rights defender and journalist
  29. Reem Abbas, Sudan, journalist and leading human rights defender
  30. Moussa Kondo, Mali, journalist, CEO and founder of the weekly L’Express de Bamako, anti-corruption crusader, Country Director of Accountability Lab Mali, 2015 Mandela Washington Fellow, 2018 Obama Foundation Fellow.
  31. Ericino de Salema, Mozambique, Director of the Electoral Institute for Sustainable Democracy in Africa (EISA), academic, lawyer and journalist
  32. Jestina Mukoko, Zimbabwe, leading human rights activist and Director of the Zimbabwe Peace Initiative
  33. William Amanzuru, Uganda, environmental rights defender, founder of Friends of Zoka, winner of the EU Human Rights Defenders’ Award 2019
  34. Miguel de Barros, Guinea-Bissau, sociologist and Executive Director of the environmental NGO Tiniguena
  35. Bheki Makhubu, e-Swatini (formerly Swaziland), Editor of the Nation Magazine and leading democracy defender
  36. Edson da Luz aka Azagaia, Mozambique, rapper and leading activist
  37. Charles Onyango-Obbo, Uganda, leading publisher and columnist
  38. Rodney Sieh, Liberia, leading newspaper editor of FrontPage Africa and democracy activist
  39. Oludotun Babayemi, Nigeria, democracy activist and monitoring and evaluation expert,
  40. Akin Olaniyan, Nigeria
  41. Chanda Chisala, Zambia, founder and president of Zambia Online
  42. Dany Ayida, Togo, Resident, Country Director, National Democratic Institute (DRC)
  43. George Sarpong, Ghana
  44. Rosemary Mwakitwange, Tanzania, Chief of Party, Freedom House
  45. James Smart, Kenya, leading journalist and news anchor
  46. Abdulrazaq Alkali, Nigeria, Executive Director Organisation for Community Civic Engagement (OCCEN) Nigeria 
  47. Mathatha Tsedu, South Africa, Adjunct professor of journalism, Wits University and Acting Executive Director of the National Editors Forum (SANEF)
  48. Brenda Zulu, Zambia, journalist and ICT specialist
  49. Emanuel Saffa Abdulai, Sierra Leone, Executive Director of Society for Democracy Initiatives
  50. Zecharias Berhe, Ethiopia, Senior Fellow, African Good Governance Network
  51. Sylvia Amiani, Kenya, counseling and psychosocial practitioner focused on refugees in Germany
  52. Lamii Kpargoi, Liberia, journalist, democracy activist and lawyer
  53. Dr. George Ayittey, Ghana, economist, author and president of the Free Africa Foundation, Washington DC
  54. Evan Mawarire, Zimbabwe, pastor and democracy activist, founder of #ThisFlag movement
  55. Zineb El Rhazoui, Morocco, journalist and human rights advocate
  56. Marc Ona Essangui, Gabon, environmentalist, Executive Secretary of Brainforest
  57. Fred Bauma, Democratic Republic of Congo, democracy and youth activist, leader of the Lucha Social Movement
  58. Dr. Justin Pearce, South Africa, Department of Politics and International Studies, Cambridge University
  59. Asma Khalifa, Libya, activist, cofounder of Tamazight Women Movement
  60. Violet Gonda, Zimbabwe, journalist and President of the International Association of Women in Radio and Television (IAWRT)
  61. Fatoumata Camara, The Gambia, journalist, CEO/Founder  of the Fatu Network
  62. Jelili Atiku, Nigeria, human rights artist
  63. Fred Muvunyi, Rwanda, editor at Deutsche Welle, Op-Ed contributor for Washington Post and a consultant for Freedom House
  64. Aimable Manikrakiza, Burundi, CEO of the Centre for Development and Enterprises Great Lakes
  65. Houssem Aoudi, Tunisia, CEO/Founder of Wasabi and Cogite – co-working Space, entrepeneur and activist
  66. Chouchou Namegabe, Democratic Republic of Congo, journalist and human rights activist, CEO & Founder Anzafrika
  67. Thulani Maseko, e-Swatini (formerly Swaziland), leading human rights lawyer
  68. Samba Dialimpa Badji, Senegal, journalist
  69. Mariama Camara, Guinea, fashion designer and humanitarian, Founder/President of Mariama Fashion Production and the There is No Limit Foundation
  70. Olívio Diogo, São Tomé, sociologist and media commentator, coordinator of the Civil Society Network
  71. Adeola Fayehun, Nigeria, journalist/producer, Keeping it Real with Adeola
  72. Mohamed Soltan, Egypt, Executive Director, the Freedom Initiative
  73. Memory Banda, Malawi, children’s rights activist
  74. Ali Amar, Morocco, veteran journalist, co-founder and director of online news outlet Le Desk
  75. Mohamed Keita, Mali,  Pan African rights advocate
  76. Norman Tjombe, Namibia, human rights lawyer and activist
  77. Uyapo Ndadi, Botswana, human rights lawyer, activist, and founder of the Ndadi Law Firm
  78. Phil ya Nangoloh, Namibia, human rights activist, monitor and Executive Director of NamRights Inc
  79. Jacqueline Moudeina, Chad, prominent award-winning lawyer and human rights activist
  80. Rosmon Zokoue, Central African Republic, journalist, blogger and activist
  81. Ahmed Gatnash, Libya, co-founder & VP of Operations, Kawaakibi Foundation
  82. Anas Aremeyaw Anas, Ghana, Africa’s leading investigative journalist and private investigator
  83. Boubacar Diallo, Niger, Editor, Liberation newspaper
  84. Abdourahman Waberi, Djibouti, acclaimed novelist, essayist, academic and short story writer, human rights activist, professor of literature at George Washington University
  85. Doudou Dia, Senegal, Executive Director, Goree Institute, Center for Democracy, Development and Culture in Africa
  86. Alain Mabanckou, Congo, novelist, journalist, poet and academic
  87. Francis Kpatindé, Benin, journalist, former editor-in-chief of the newsweekly Jeune Afrique and former spokesman for the United Nations High Commission for Refugees (UNHCR)
  88. Mustafa Haji Abdinur, Somalia, award-winning journalist
  89. Thembo Kash, Democratic Republic of Congo, award-winning cartoonist
  90. Damien Glez, Burkina Faso, award-winning editorial cartoonist
  91. Ahmed Abdallah, Comoros, journalist
  92. Anton Harber, South Africa, former journalist with the Rand Daily Mail until its closure by the apartheid government, co-founder and editor of the Weekly Mail (now The Mail & Guardian) and Professor of Journalism at the University of the Witwatersrand
  93. John-Allan Namu, Kenya, award-winning investigative journalist, co-founder of Africa Uncensored, 2017 Desmond Tutu Fellow
  94. Alice Nkom, Cameroon, leading human rights lawyer, defender of rights of the LGBT community
  95. Mouctar Bah, Guinea, veteran journalist
  96.  Andrew Feinstein, South Africa, former ANC MP, Executive Director of Corruption Watch UK, author of The Shadow World: Inside the Global Arms Trade
  97. William Rasoanaivo, Madagascar, award-winning political cartoonist
  98. Claudia Gastrow, South Africa, anthropologist, Univeristy of Johannesburg
  99.  Motlatsi Thabane, Lesotho, professor of History, University of e-Swatini
  100. Cyriac Gbogou, Ivory Coast, blogger, co-founder of O’Village and key actor in the new technology sector in the country
  101. Canon Clement Hilary Janda, South Sudan, Pan African Ecumenist
  102. Ola Diab, Sudan, journalist and activist

ቀዳመይቲ ሚኒስተር ኮይነን ዝተመርጻ፡ ፍረደሪክሰን ኣብ ጐኒ ባንደራ ሃገረን ኣብ ህንጻ ፓርላማ ኮፐንሃገን

ሰልፊ ዲሞክራሲ ህዝቢ ኤርትራ (ሰዲህኤ) ብ7 ሰነ 2019 ኣብ ዝለኣኾ መዘክር፡ ሰልፊ ማሕበራዊ ዲሞክራሲ ደንማርክ  (ሰማዲደ) ኣብዚ ሰሙን ኣብታ ሃገር ኣብ ዝተኻየደ ምርጫ ስለ ዝተዓወተ ናይ ሓጐሱ መግለጺ  መልእኽቲ ሰዲዱ።

ሰዲህኤ፡ ኣብቲ ናብ ጓል 42 ዓመት ኣደመንበር ሰማዲደ ወይዘሮ መተ ፍረድሪክሰን ዝለኣኾ መልእኽቲ፡ እተን ወይዘሮ ከምቲ ኣብ ናይ ቅድመ-ምርጫ ምልዕዓለን ዝገለጸኦ፡ ንፖለቲካ ዴንማርክ ሓድሽ ኣቕጣጫ ብምትሓዝ ንዝሓሸ፡ ማሕበራዊ ዕቤት፡ ትምህርቲ፡  ከባብን ብሩህ መኣጻእን ክጽዕታ እምነቱ ምዃኑ ጠቒሱ።

መልእኽቲ ሰዲህኤ፡ መጻኢ ብሰማዲደ   ዝምራሕ መንግስቲ፡ ነቲ ጌና ዘይተቐየረ ዘሎ ሕማቕ ኩነታት ፖለቲካውን ሰብኣውን መሰል ኤርትራ ክርደኦን ንኤርትራውያን ስደተኛታት ብፍሉይ ቆላሕታ ክርእዮምን ዝግበኦም መሰል ከኽብረሎምን ዘለዎ ትጽቢት ገሊጹ። ክልቲኦም ሰልፍታት፡ መስረቲ ኣባላት ናይቲ ብ2013 ዝተደኮነ ዓለም ለኻዊ ምሕዝነት ገስገስቲ ምዃኖም ብምጥቃስ ከኣ ዝምድና ሰዲህኤን ሰማዲደን ንሱ ዝመርሖ መንግስትን ዝያዳ ክድልድል ዘለዎ ተስፋ ገሊጹ።

EPDP Congratulates Fraternal Danish Party for Victory in Elections 21

ኣብቲ ብ2017 ኣብ ኣልቦርግ ደንማርክ ዝተኻየደ ናይ ሰማዲደ ጉባአ፡ ኣማላት ማእከላይ ባይቶ ብጾት ተኽለ መለኪንን ኣማኑኤል በራኽን ዝኣባላቱ ልኡኽ ሰልፊ ዲሞክራሲ ህዝቢ ኤርትራ (ሰዲህኤ) ሓደ ካብቶም ካብ 75 ሰልፍታትን ምንቅስቓሳትን ኤውሮጳን ካልእ ከባብታት ዓለምን ዝተወከሉ 75 ልኡኻት ኮይኑ ተሳቲፉ ከም ዝነበረ ዝዝከር እዩ።

Prime Minister Designate Frederiksen flanked by Danish  flag and Parliament Building in Copenhagen


In a memorandum sent on 7 June 2019, the Eritrean People’s Democratic Party (EPDP) congratulated the Danish Social Democratic Party (DSDP) for its  victory in the national elections held during the week.

Addressed to the 42-year old DSDP Chairwoman, Ms Mette Frederikson, the message expressed EPDP’s trust that the Government she will form soon would give “a new direction” to Danish politics by applying her campaign promises for social welfare, better education, environment and brighter future for Danish children.

The EPDP message hoped that the upcoming DSDP Government will understand the still unchanged bad political and human rights situation in Eritrea and give Eritrean refugees the special attention that they deserve. It further noted that both parties were founding members of the global Progressive Alliance that was formed in 2013 and affirmed EPDP’s wish to further strengthen relations with DSDP and its Government.  

EPDP Congratulates Fraternal Danish Party for Victory in Elections 21

It is to be recalled that a two-person EPDP delegation met the DSDP leadership at their congress held in Aalborg, Denmark, in September 2017.  The EPDP delegation, composed of Central Council members Tekle Melekin and Amanuel Beraki, was among other 75 delegates representing 75 different parties and movements from Europe and other parts of the globe.

ኣኼባ ኣባላት ክልተ ውድባትና፡ ሃገራዊ ድሕነት ኤርትራ-ሕድሪ (ሃድኤ-ሕድሪ)ን ሰልፊ ዲሞክራሲ ህዝቢ ኤርትራ (ሰዲህኤ)ን ብ1 ሰነ 2019 ተኻይዱ። ኣብ መእተዊ እዚ ኣኼባ ኣቦ-መንበራት ክልቲኡ ውድባት ብጾት መንግስተኣብ ኣስመሮምን ክፍለዝጊ ገ/መድህንን፡ ናይ እንኳዕ ደሓን መጻእኩም መልእኽትን ናይ ሓድነት ኣድላይነት ዝምልከት ሓጺር ቃልን ኣቕሪቦም። ድሕሪ’ዚ ኣኼባ ናብቲ ኣቐዲሙ ናብ ኩሎም ኣባላት ክልቲኡ ውድባት ተመሓላሊፉ ዝጸንሐ ኣጀንዳ ኣትዩ። ኣጀንዳ እዚ ዝስዕብ ሰለስተ ዛዕባታት ነይሩ።

  1. ኣጀማምራን ኣመዓባብላን ርክብ ክልቲኡ ውድባት፡
  2. ንሓባራዊ ጕባኤ ተገይሩ ዘሎ ምድላዋትን
  3. ድሕሪ ጕባኤ ዝጽበየና ቃልስን ዕማምን።

በዚ መሰረት ነቲ ቀዳማይ ኣጀንዳ ብዝምልከት፡ ብናይታ ዳርጋ ንሓደ ዓመት ዝኣክል ግዜ ንመስርሕ ሓድነት ክልቲኡ ውድባት ዝምልከት ምቅርራብ ክትሰርሕ ዝጸንሐት ናይ ሓባር ናይ ዘተ/ኣወሃሃዲት ሽማግለ፡ ኣቦመንበር ብጻይ ተስፋይ ወልደሚካኤል (ደጊጋ)ን ጸሓፊኣ ብጻይ ብርሃነ ደበሱን እቲ መስርሕ ከመይ ከም ዝተጀመረ፡ ኣብቲ መስርሕ ዝነበረ ብድሆታትን ዝተሰግረሉ ኣገባባትን ሕጂ መጺሕዎ ዘሎ ደረጃን ብዝምልከት ኣዝዩ ሰፊሕን ዓሚቑን መብርሂ ተዋሂቡ። በቲ ዝተዋህበ መብርሂ መሰረት ኣብዚ እዋንዚ ኩሉ’ቲ ክድህሰስ ዝግበኦ ዛዕባታት ተመዚኑ ኣብ ዘተኣማምን ደረጃ ተበጺሑ ከም ዘሎ ተመልኪቱ።

ኣደመንበር ኣሰናዳኢ ሽማግለ ብጸይቲ ኣድያም ተፈራን ምክትል ሽማግለ ብጻይ ሃይለ ወልደሚካኤን ከኣ መስርሕ ምድላው ዕዉት ጉባአ ብዝምልከት መብርሂ ሂቦም። ኣብቲ መብርሂኦም ናይ ነፍሲ ወከፍ ንኡስ ሽማግለ ዝርዝር ስረሓትን ተበጺሑ ዘሎ ደርጃን ኣነጺሮም። ኣብ መግለጺኦም ኣባላት ክልቲኡ ውድባት ዘበርክትዎ ዘለዉ ኩለ መዳያዊ ወፈያን ኣበርክቶን ዝነኣድን ዘተባብዕን ምዃኑ ጠቒሶም። ንቐረብ (ሎጂስቲክ) ጉባአ ዝምልከት ዝርዝር እውን ሓቢሮም። ምስዚ ብዝተተሓሓዘ ምድላው ሰነዳት ዳርጋ ከም ዝተወደአን መስርሕ ምርጫ ተሳተፍቲ ጉባአ’ውን ይገማገም ከም ዘሎን ገሊጾም።

ኣቦመንበራት ክልቲኡ ውድባት ከኣ ነቲ ብሳልሳይ ደረጃ ተታሒዙ ዘሎ ኣጀንዳ ብዝምልከት ኣብ ዝሃብዎ መብርሂ፡ መስርሕ ሓድነት ኣብ ምጽንባር እዚ ክልተ ውድባት ተደሪቱ ዝተርፍ ዘይኮነ፡ ማዕባሊ ምዃኑ ብምጥቃስ፡ ድሕሪ ጉባአ እውን ንዝሰፍሐ ሓድነት እቲ ጻዕሪ ቀጻሊ ምዃኑ ገሊጾም። ኣብ መስርሕ ፖለቲካዊ ቃልሲ ጸገማትን ብደሆታትን ከጋጥምን’ኳ ንቡር እንተኾነ፡ እቲ መፍትሒ ንጸገማት ብመትከላዊ እምንቶ፡ ጽንዓትን ምክእኣልን ምግጣሙ ምዃኑ ብሰፊሑ ገሊጾም። ግደ እዚ ዝሰምር ዘሎ ሓይልታት ኣብ ምዕዋት እቲ ተስፋ ህዝብና ኣለምሊሙ ዘሎ ናይ ለውጢ ንቕሎ “ይኣክል” እንታይ ክመስል ከም ዝግበኦ’ውን ኣመልኪቶም። ኣተሓሒዞም ከኣ ብዝከኣል መጠን መንእሰይ ኣብ መሪሕነት ግደኡ ዝፍጽመሉ መድረኽ ምጥጣሕ ከም ዕማም ክተሓዝ ከም ዝግበኦ በቶም ኣቦመንበራት ተጠቒሱ።

ኣቦመንበር ሓጻይት ሽማግለ ብጻይ ገ/እግዝኣብሄር ተወልደ እውን ነዚ ኣጋጣሚ ተጠቒሙ፡ መስርሕ ምሕጻይ ንኣባላት መሪሕነት ብዝምልከት ሰፊሕ መብርህን ኩሎም ኣባላት ኣብቲ ተመዲብሎም ዘሎ ናይ ግዜ ገደብ ሕጹያቶም ከቕርቡን መጸዋዕታኡ ኣቕሪቡ።

ድሕርዚ ሰፋሕቲ መግለጽታት፡ ተሳተፍቲ ሕቶታት ኣቕሪቦም ብቑዕ መልስታት ከኣ ተዋሂብዎም። ብዘይካዚ ተሳተፍቲ ነቶም ኣብ ቀዳማይ መስርዕ መስርሕ ሓድነት ተሰሊፎም ኣድላይ ምድላዋት ኣጻፊፎም ንዘለዉ ኣካላት ኣመጒሶም ካብኣቶም ትጽቢት ዝግበረሉ ኣበርክቶ ከወፍዩ ቅሩባት ምህላዎም ኣረጋጊጾም። ውጽኢት ሓድነት ብመንጽር ህዝብን ሃገርን እምበር ብጸቢብ ውድባዊ መዕቀንታት ክረአ ከምዘይግባእ እውን እቶም ርኢቶ ዝሃቡ ተሳተፍቲ ኣነጺሮም።

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ህዝቢ ኤርትራ፡ ነቲ ንፍርቂ ዘመን ዝኸውን ዘካየዶ ሰላማውን ዕጥቃውን ቃልሲ፡ ድሕሪ ብዙሕ ዋጋ ዝተኸፍሎ መስዋእትን ሓሳረ-መከራን ብ1991 ዓ.ም ንመሬቱ ካብ ጐበጣ ኢትዮጵያዊ መግዛእቲ ሓራ ኣውጺኡ፡ ብግንቦት 1993 ኣብ ዝተኻየደ ሪፈረንደም ድማ፡ ኤርትራ ናጻን ልዑላዊት ሃገርን ብምዃን ኣህጕራዊ ተፈላጥነት ረኺባ።

በዚ ኣጋጣሚ’ዚ፡ ነቲ ምእንቲ ናጽነቱን ልዑላውነትን ክቡር ዋጋ ዝኸፈለን ጌና እውን “ይኣክል” ኣብ ትሕቲ ዝብል ጭርሖ፡ ንናይ ምድማር ፖለቲካ ዲክታቶርያዊ ስርዓት ኢሳያስ ዝቃወም ዘሎ ኣብ ውሽጥን ኣብ ግዳምን ዝርከብ ህዝቢ ኤርትራ፡ ብስም መሪሕነትን መሰረታትን ሰልፊ ዲሞክራሲ ህዝቢ ኤርትራ ናይ ዮሃናን መጐስን መልእኽተይ ከመሓላልፍ ከለኹ ክብርን ሓበንን ይስምዓኒ።

ነዚ ብኢሳያስን ውሑዳት መሳርሕቱን ዝተወስደ ንልዑላውነት ኤርትራን ህዝባን ንሓደጋ ዘሳጥሕ ናይ ጥልመት ውዕላትን መግለጺታትን ብምቅዋም ከም ቆፎኡ እተነኽአ ንህቢ፡ ንህዝቡን ሃገሩን ንምድሓን “ይኣክል” ዝብል ድምጺ ኣምሪሑ ሰላም፡ ግዝኣተ-ሕግን ፍትሕን ንምንጋስ ተበጊሱ ዘሎ ህዝባዊ ማዕበል ሽቶኡ ክሳብ ዝሃርም፡ ነፍስወከፍ ኤርትራዊ ደላይ ፍትሒ ዕጣቑ ሸጥ ኣቢሉ ንቕድሚት ክምርሽ ኣብ ዝጥለበሉ መድረኽ ምህላውና ከዘኻኽር ይፈቱ።

ካባ ናጽነትን ልዑላውነት ተሸፊንካ ንውልቃዊ ስልጣንካን ረብሓኻን ንምቕዳም ክግበር ዝጸንሐ ስዉር ሸርሕን ጥልመትን ተቓሊዑ፡ ድምጺ ናይ’ቶም ንናጽነትን ልዑላውነትን ኤርትራ ዝቃለሱ፡ ዝእሰሩ፡ ዝስደዱን ዝስወሩን ዝነበሩን ዝነበራን ንጹሃት ደቂ ኤርትራ ከም ብርሃን ጽሓይ ተዀሊዑን በሪኹን ምውጽኡ፡ ዝተቓለሰ ይዕወት ኢዩ እሞ እንቋዕ ሓጐሰና። ናብ’ዚ ደረጃ’ዚ ንምብጻሕ ነቲ ናይ ህዝብና ኣውያትን ጸሎትን ዝሰምዐ ሰማያዊ ኣምላኽ ድማ፡ ክብርን ምስጋናን ይብጽሓዮ።

በዚ ኣጋጣሚ’ዚ፡ ኣባላት ሓይልታት ምክልኻል ኤርትራን ኤርትራውያን ምሁራትን ሞያተኛታትን ኣብ ጐድኒ ጭቍን ህዝቦምን ናይ ለውጢ ባህግታቱን ደው ኢሎም፡ ንዕምሪ ናይ’ቶም፡ ንመጻኢ ዕድል ናይ መንእሰያት ዘጸልመቱ፡ ንምስሊ ኤርትራ ዝደወኑ፡ ንህዝብና ኣደዳ ሞት፡ ምፍንቓል፡ ስደት፡ ድሕረትን ድኽነትን ዝገበሩ ካብ ሕፍንቲ ኢደ ዘይበዝሑ ውሑዳት ከድዓትን ፈተውቲ ነብሶምን ከሕጽሩ መጸዋዕታይ አቕርብ።

ክብርን ዘልኣለማዊ ዝኽርን ንዅሎም’ቶም ምእንቲ ናጽነትን ክብረትን ህዝቦም ህይወቶም ዝበጀዉ ሰማእታትና!!!

ውድቀትን ስዕረትን ንምልካዊ ስርዓት

ክሳብ ምሉእ ዓወት ንቕድሚት

መንግስተኣብ ኣስመሮም

ኣቦ መንበር ሰዲህኤ

24 ግንቦት 2019

The fairly well-attended public seminar held in central Stockholm on 11 May 2019 was yet another event of the little appreciated chain of public and organizational meetings the EPDP leadership convenes in different parts of the world in order to increase political  awareness of the public and to keep alive the spirit of struggle for a better Eritrea.  Headed by EPDP chairman, Mr. Menghesteab Asmerom, the leadership team at the podium, included Mr. Rezene Tesfazion, Executive Committee member, and Ms Alganesh Yisaak, Central Council member.

After introductory remarks by Mr. Medhanie Neraio, chairman of the EPDP Stockholm Branch, Mr. Menghesteab Asmerom spoke in great length about the political developments in Ethiopia an their impact on the peoples of two countries; the unclear peace-pact signed by the two leaders of Eritrea and Ethiopia and their continually disquieting pronouncements on that agreement; the origin and status of the growing wave of “Enough is Enough”by diaspora Eritreans all over the globe; the importance of public mobilization and the realignment of justice seeking forces for effective work; and the volatile political situation in the Horn of Africa and the role of external forces.

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His colleagues at the dopium added remarks on these topics as well as the challenges and responsibilities facing Eritrea’s young generations both at home and abroad.

After a lively discussion on those and other timely issues affecting Eritrea, the seminar was concluded with a call on all Eritrean political organizations, civic societies, media outlets, intellectuals  and national figures to plan for organizing an all-inclusive conference within the shortest time possible.

The seminar was concluded with moving slogans on “Enough is Enough” as led by youthful Awet.

Bonn, Germany

As noted in the opening sentence, the Stockholm seminar was preceded by a similar EPDP event that Mr. Menghesteab Asmerom chaired in Bonn, Germany, last March 2.

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Opened by welcoming remarks of the EPDP Bonn region chairman, Mr. Andebrahan Yohannes, the public seminar was addressed by the EPDP Chairman who informed the audience on details of what has been going on between Eritrea and Ethiopia during the previous 10 months and what Eritreans must do to avert any threats to their sovereign existence.   He also spoke about the EPDP proposal for joint work and strengthening of relations among political actors in the opposition.

This year, numerous EPDP organs as well as study and preparatory committees,  zonal and specific country branches are continually holding meetings to discuss both the hot developments affecting the nation as well as their internal party issues. The leading internal party topics under continued discussion  include the draft documents for the third and untiy congress scheduled for the coming summer and issues related with the unity process being worked out between the EPDP and the Eritrean National Salvation-Hidri.

ኣቦ መንበር ሰልፊ ዲሞክራሲ ህዝቢ ኤርትራ (ሰዲህኤ) ሓው መንግስተኣብ ኣስመሮም ዝመርሖ፡ ሓው ረዘነ ተስፋጽዮን፡ ሓላፊ ቤት ጽሕፈት ገንዘባዊ ጕዳያት፡ ሓውቲ ኣልጋነሽ ኢሳቕ፡ ኣባል ማእከላይ ባይቶን ሓው መድሃኔ ንርኣዮ ኣቦ መንበር ጨንፈር ስቶክሆልምን ከባቢኡን ዝርከብዎ መሪሕነታዊ ኣካል ብ11 ግንቦት 2019 ክፉት ናይ ህዝቢ ሰሚናር ኣካይዱ።

ሓው መድሃኔ ንርኣዮ፡ ንኣኼበኛታት ናይ እንቋዕ ደሓን መጻእኩም መልእኽቲ ብምትሕልላፍ ኢዩ ነቲ ኣኼባ ከፊትዎ። ብድሕር’ዚ፡ ኣቦ መንበር ሰዲህኤ ብዛዕባ፡ ህልዊ ኵነታት ሃገርናን ከባቢናን ስፍሕ ዝበለ መግለጺ ኣቕሪቡ። ሓው መንግስተኣብ ኣስመሮም ካብ ዝተዛረበሎም ኣርእስታት፡-

1.      ኣብ ኢትዮጵያ ዝተኸስተ ናይ ለውጢ መስርሕን ኣሰራቱ ኣብ ልዕሊ ክልቲኡ ህዝብታትን

2.     ኣብ መንጐ ኤርትራን ኢትዮጵያን ዝተኸተመ ዘይንጹር ውዕላትን ብመራሕቲ ክልቲኡ ሃገራት ዝተዋህቡ ንህዝቢ ዘሻቕሉ መግለጺታት

3.     ናይ ይኣክል ምንቅስቓስን መንቀሊታቱን

4.    ህዝባዊ ምጥርናፋትን ኣድላዪነቱን

5.     ኣብ ቀርኒ ኣፍሪቃ ዘሎ ዘይርጉእ ሃለዋትን ተራ ናይ ግዳም ሓይልታትን

ዝብል ነበረ።

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ሓው ረዘነ ተስፋጽዮን፡ ግደ መንእሰያት ቀደም ከመይ ከምዝነበረ ድሕሪ ምግላጽ፡ ናይ ሎሚ መንእሰያት ድማ፡ ነቲ ናይ ቃልሲ ሽግ ተቐቢሎም ኣብ’ቲ ዕላምኡ ከብጽሑ ሓላፍነት ክወስዱ ክብገሱ ከምዘለዎ ገሊጹ። ቃልሲ ምእንቲ ዲሞክራሲ፡ ምስ’ቲ በትሪ እናተቐባበልካ ትወዳደረሉ ቅድድም እግሪ ብምዝማድ፡ መንእሰያት ሕጂ ኣብ’ቲ ቃልሲ ብምጽንባር  ነቲ ሓላፍነት ክወርስዎ ከምዝግባኦም ኣዘኻኺሩ። ሓው መድሃኔ ንርኣዮ ድማ፡ መንእሰያት ብኣተሓሳስብኦምን ተሳታፍነቶምን ኣብ ቃልሲ ደኣ’ምበር ብዕድመ ጥራሕ ሓላፍነት ክስከሙ ከምዘይክእሉ መብርሂ ሂቡ።

ብድሕር’ዚ ኣኼበኛታት ንግደን ራኢን ሰዲህኤን ዝካየድ ዘሎ ናይ ይኣክል ምንቅስቓሳትን ዝምልከቱ ሕቶታትን ለበዋታትን ኣቕሪቦም። ከምኡ’ውን፡ ኵሎም ደለይቲ ፍትሒ ዝዀኑ፡ ፖለቲካውያን ውድባት፡ ሰልፍታት፡ ጽላላት፡ ሲቪላውያን ማሕበራት፡ ኣገደስቲ ውልቀሰባትን ናይ ሚድያ ትካላትን ዝሳተፍዎ ዋዕላ ሓባራዊ ስራሕ ምድላው ክድፍኣሉ ዝግባእ ህጹጽ ዕማም ምዃኑ ኣተሓሳሲቦም።

ኣብ መወዳእታ ንዝኽሪ ሰማእታት ኤርትራ ደው ድሕሪ ምባል ኣኼበኛታት ብመንእሰይ ዓወት ተመሪሖም ይኣክል ዝብል ጭርሖ ብምቅላሕ ኣኼባ ብናይ ምርድዳእን  ሓድነትን መንፈስ ተዛዚሙ።

Speaking at an awareness seminar in the Swedish city of Gothenburg on 4 May 2019, the Honourable Johan Buser, member of the Swedish Parliament and a senior official of the Swedish Social Democratic Party, expressed his deep sadness about the unchanging human rights and political situation in Eritrea. 

Mr. Johan Buser, who is chairman of the transport committee, said he will make efforts to again raise the problems of Eritrea and its people at the Swedish Parliament. Concerning the reception and  housing problems of Eritrean refugees in Gothenburg, he said promising contacts have been made with city authorities and other party structures in the region.

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The educative event was organized by the Swedish-Eritrean Solidarity Association in Gothenburg and was held under the motto: “Let us voice in unison to be heard, and work jointly to be effective.”

The meeting was opened by introductory statements of the association president, Mr. Thomas Magnusson, and Mr. Zehaie Keleta, association board member. Adding colour to the opening session was a poetic rendition in Tigre language entitled ‘my country’ by Artist Mussa Nashih. Attending the event included two secretaries of the Mayor of Gothenburg, Mr. Ruben Maelstrom and Mr. Joseph Akarn, as well as the chairman of International Folk Skolan, Mr. Yoni Aderson.

Another key speaker at the awareness seminar was a young Eritrean lady, Milio Tekle, who is an integration expert and public relations advisor in the city council of Gothenburg. She presented an educational speech on social development and childcare of Eritrean families in Sweden today.  

The awareness and solidarity gathering was concluded after a tea party with sweets and kitcha/bread prepared by Eritrean ladies and Somali friends. Also at the closing session, which was graced by Eritrean folkloric music, Artist Mussa Nashih presented another moving poem in Tigrigna about the plight of Eritrean refugees.

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