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ብድሆ ኣንጻር ኣተሓሳስባና


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Change is coming and the demise of the regime is imminent. The responsibility of national salvation has fallen on the shoulders of the growing opposition at home and abroad.  The absence of an institutional mechanism for succession and the lack of freedoms of expression, assembly and association risk the creation of a political vacuum that poses the danger of implosion. The gathering momentum towards “Unity of Purpose” within the opposition augers well for the realization of the aspirations that inspired and sustained our long struggle for freedom, justice, democracy, peace and prosperity. There is thus a need to manage the process of change to ensure an orderly transition to democracy.  

We strongly believe that international and regional solidarity can make a significant contribution to positive change in Eritrea. In this regard, we hail the 10th Southern African Civil Society Forum’s firm declaration of solidarity with the Eritrean people and the establishment of a Regional Solidarity Task Team for Eritrea.  

The Eritrean delegation participating at the SADC Council of NGOs workshop just concluded here in Johannesburg, South Africa, would like to call upon:

- The South African Government to grant political asylum and the necessary legal documents to Eritrean refugees in South Africa to enable them to live in          security and contribute to the socioeconomic development of the country;

- The Southern African civil society to enhance their solidarity to the struggle of the Eritrean people for democracy, dignity and justice.

- The African Union to play a facilitative role in accordance with its constitutive act;

- Eritrea’s neighbours in the Greater Horn of Africa to protect the rights and ensure the safety of Eritrean refugees in accordance with international                   conventions.


Friday, 5 December 2014

Johannesburg, South Africa 

Eritrean Delegation Participating at the SADC-CNGO Workshop