|UN Eritrea Commission: Most Eritreans have no hope for their future! |
17 March 2015
In its interim report to UN Human Rights Council yesterday, the UN Eritrea Commission of Inquiry posited: "Most Eritreans have no hope for their future," the Government had curtailed basic freedoms to the extent that, "individuals feel that they have hardly any choice with regard to the main decisions in their lives: where to live, what career to pursue, when to marry or who to worship."
Above is BBC World Service Radio interview with one member of the members of the Commission, Mr. Victor Dakwa, on the matter.