Head EU Eritrea on Site Decries Lack of Rule of Law, Flagrant Rights Violations

09 November 2015

Roman Wasik reporting from Asmara, the capital of Eritrea: Various international NGO's and UN organizations have been reporting that Eritrea is a country without a Constitution, rule of law, and grave human rights violations. And the head of EU delegation in Eritrea, Christian Manahl agrees, the reporter that just returned from Eritrea added. In a recent interview with the said reporter of the Swiss TV station, TeleZüri, ambassador Christian Manahl did not disappoint: He concurred and testified loud, clear and in no uncertain terms that
there is no constitution, no rule of law, flagrant Human Rights violations in Eritrea. "The people are kept in the dark about their citizen and human rights , not sure who/what to turn to for their rights". That's all under the pretext of "State of War". "You know under such pretext state authorities can do whatever they want!" The facial expressions, tone of his voice, and hand gestures tell it all: The EU head was not happy, rightly so, with the Eritrean reality he was reporting!

Ambassador Manahl's observation on site is one more testimony to the report of the UN Commission of Inquiry on Human Rights in Eritrea, the other one being that of Eritrea tyrant's own top lackey and information guru, Yemane Ghebremeskel, documented by the same reporter on said TV Station
 last week.

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