ኣብ መበል 55 ምድማጽ ናይ ቃል ጸብጻብ ባይቶ ሰብኣዊ መሰል ሕቡራት ሃገራት ኣብ ጀነቫ፡ ሕብረት ኤውሮጳ ድሕሪ ጸብጻብ ፍሉይ ልኡኽ ሰብኣዊ መሰል ኤርትራ ሱዳናዊ  መሓመድ ዓብደልሰላም በቢከር፡ ምስማዕ፡ ሎሚ እውን ጉዳይ ሰብኣዊ መሰል ኤርትራ ኣዝዩ ከም ዘሻቕሎ ምግላጹ ናይቲ ባይቶ ክፍሊ ሓበሬታ ብ28 ለካቲት 2024 ኣብ ዘውጸኦ ጋዜጣዊ መግለጺ ኣፍሊጡ። ካብቶም ኣሻቓሊ ኢሉ ዝጠቐሶም፡ ናይ ሰባት ጃምላዊ ማእሰርትን ጉዱድ ምስዋርን ከም ዝርከብዎ ድማ ኣስፊሩ።

ምስዚ ኣተሓሒዙ ከኣ መንግስቲ ኤርትራ  ብሓፈሻ ኩሎም ተኣሲዎምን ተሰዊርዎን ዘሎ ግዳያት ክፈትሕ፡ ብፍላይ ድማ እቶም ካብ 2008 ጀሚሮም ደሃዮም ዘይተፈልጠ 13 ወተሃደራት ጅቡቲ ብዝምልከት ጠቒሱ። ከምኡ ከኣ ኣብ ኤርትራ ዝፍጸም ናይ ህጻናት ግዱድ ውትህድርናን ጾታዊ ዓመጽን ዝያዳ ኣሻቐልቲ ከም ዝኾኑ ሓቢሩ።

ሕብረት ኤውሮጳ መንግስቲ ኤርትራ ንመሰል ርኢቶኻ ምግላጽ፡ ምሕሳብ፡ ናጽነት እምነት፡ ምእካብን ኣብ ቅድሚ ሕጊ ነብስኻ ምክልኻልን ከኽብር ብትሪ ጸዊዑ። መጸዋዕታኡ ዝያዳ ብምርጓድ ድማ፡ ሰራዊቱ መሊኡ ካብ ኢትዮጵያ ክልል ትግራይ ከውጽእ፡ ኣብ ግዜ ውግእ ኣብ ትግራይ፡  ኣብ ልዕሊ ኤርትራውያን ስደተኛታት ከይተረፈ፡  ንዝተፈጸሙ  ጥሕሰታት ሰብኣዊ መስላት፡ በደላትን ዘይምኽባር ዓለም ለኻዊ ሰብኣዊ ሕግታትን፡ ፍትሒ ንምስፋን ብዘኽእል ኣገባብ ናጻን ተኣማንን መርመራ ክካየድ፡  ሓቲቱ።

ካብዚ ሓሊፉ ኤርትራ ኣብ ኩሎም ምስ ሰብኣዊ መሰላት ዝዝዛመዱ ዓለምለኻዊ ሕግታት ክትፍርምን ከተተግብርን ጸዊዑ። ኣብ መወዳእታ እቲ ሕብረት ኣብ ኤርትራ ሰብኣዊ መሰላት ንምኽባር ኣብ ዝግበር ምንቅስቓስ ክተሓባበር ድልዊ ምዃኑ ገሊጹ።

ኣብ ኤርትራ ኣብ ኣማኢት ኣብያተ-ማእሰርቲ፡ ኣማኢት ኣሸሓት ሃለዋቶም ዘይፍለጥ እሱራት ከም ዘለዉ ዝፍለጥ እዩ።

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The report below by Human Rights Concern - Eritrea has been strengthened by information from other sources:

·        This has been going on for a year or longer, once armed conflict abated in Tigray;

·        Destitution in Tigray leads to the participation by perpetrators;

·        There are thousands of victims;

·        Who is perpetrating these crimes has not been identified -- Tigrayans? Are Tigray authorities involved? Eritrean operatives? Amharas, etc.?  We have heard that Eritrean smugglers in Eritrea have encouraged or facilitated future victims to move south to Tigray;

·        The scheme seems to be highly organized.

Urgent Appeal: Eritrean Refugees Held for Ransom in Tigray, Ethiopia

15 February 2024

Eritreans escaping their homeland’s oppressive regime and seeking refuge in Ethiopia’s Tigray region are falling victim to kidnappings for ransom. Disturbingly, the perpetrators are not only demanding payment from the victims' families but are also reselling the individuals to other criminals, perpetuating a distressing cycle of extortion.

Reports indicate that Eritrean refugees, already vulnerable and fleeing dire circumstances, are subjected to torture while pleading with their relatives over the phone. The number of abducted Eritreans is rapidly increasing, and family members are being compelled to pay amounts ranging from $4,500 to $5,000 US dollars per person. Shockingly, even after ransom payments are made, victims are not released, instead, they are resold, to other kidnappers, members of criminal gangs who demand the same amount of ransom. This highlights the severity of this organized criminal activity. Funds are collected through various means, including cash and bank transfers in both Tigray and the Ethiopian capital, Addis Ababa.

This egregious crime against defenceless Eritrean refugees is known to the authorities in Tigray, yet thus far, no substantial actions have been taken to halt it. The severity of this situation demands immediate attention and concerted efforts involving both the authorities in Tigray and the Ethiopian government to eliminate such inhumane practices.

Human Rights Concern Eritrea (HRCE) urgently calls on the regional government of Tigray and the government of Ethiopia to:

·        Launch a prompt and thorough investigation into these heinous crimes, pursuing all leads related to the criminal gangs involved;

·        Ensure security and protection for all refugees in the region;

·        Collaborate with international organisations to establish a coordinated effort in investigating and dismantling the criminal networks involved in the kidnapping and extortion of Eritrean refugees;

·        Enhance border security to prevent the illegal trafficking and movement of victims across borders, hindering the criminals' ability to exploit regional vulnerabilities;

·        Strengthen the legal framework and law enforcement capabilities to prosecute individuals involved in human trafficking, kidnapping, and extortion, ensuring that justice is served and perpetrators are held accountable.

HRCE also appeals to the United Nations, African Union, and International Human Rights organisations to:

·        Conduct a thorough investigation into all reported cases of Eritrean kidnappings for ransom in Tigray;

·        Engage with the regional government of Tigray and the government of Ethiopia, urging swift action to end these crimes and apprehend the perpetrators;

·        Strongly demand that Tigray Regional security services and police provide protection to Eritrean refugees;

·        Advocate for the establishment of an international task force to investigate and address the transnational aspects of the criminal networks involved in the kidnapping and extortion of Eritrean refugees;

·        Engage with regional and international partners to provide financial and logistical support to enhance the capacity of local authorities in Tigray to combat human trafficking and protect vulnerable populations;

·        Monitor and report on the progress made by the regional government of Tigray and the Ethiopian government in addressing the issue, ensuring transparency and accountability in their efforts;

·        Raise awareness globally about the plight of Eritrean refugees in Tigray, emphasizing the need for a sustained international response to address the ongoing challenges faced by these vulnerable populations.

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Eritrean exiles clash in Charlotte, USA

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February 19

Several people arrested, tractor-trailer lit aflame during protest against Eritrean government supporters, Charlotte police say

CMPD said the protest had civil rights issues at the core. Protesters dispersed around 9:30 p.m. Saturday.

Author: Matthew Ablon (WCNC)

Published: 3:44 PM EST February 17, 2024

CHARLOTTE, N.C. — A protest that closed off a section of a Charlotte street Saturday resulted in several arrests, and it was centered on global human rights issues in another country.

The Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Department confirmed in a post to X the protest was being held on private property on Monroe Road. Officers said up to 200 people were present in what was described as a civil rights protest regarding a cultural festival. 

A CNC Charlotte crew notes some protesters were standing outside the Morris Costumes shop earlier in the afternoon.

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CMPD deemed the protest as unlawful since it happened on private property and that Morris Road was closed down from McAlway Drive to Alliance Drive. Officers said protesters have been told to leave and that anyone remaining could be subject to arrest.

The department later said officers used pepper spray shortly after 3 p.m. to get protestors out of the street. CMPD said the spray hit some protestors as well as some officers who were treated on the scene.

Around 4 p.m., CMPD said officers had arrested four people. Less than an hour later, the inbound lanes of Monroe Road had been reopened. The gathering was still ongoing, however.

Later in the evening, CMPD said three men were charged with impeding traffic, while a woman was charged with impeding traffic, citing a riot, and assault on a government official. She reportedly also had a firearm seized from her.

CMPD also said another firearm was seized and that three further protestors were arrested. Dispersal orders were given again as the department said the protesters were blocking the entrance to the business hosting the event.

Just after 7:30 p.m., CMPD said its Civil Emergency Unit was activated, but it was reportedly met with aggression from crowds. The department said it was working to contain the scene.

Around 8:15 p.m., police said crowds had set a tractor-trailer on fire, which was quickly doused by the Charlotte Fire Department. Another person was also arrested, bringing the total to eight.

The department later said officers used pepper spray shortly after 3 p.m. to get protestors out of the street. CMPD said the spray hit some protestors as well as some officers who were treated on the scene.

Around 4 p.m., CMPD said officers had arrested four people. Less than an hour later, the inbound lanes of Monroe Road had been reopened. The gathering was still ongoing, however.

Later in the evening, CMPD said three men were charged with impeding traffic, while a woman was charged with impeding traffic, citing a riot, and assault on a government official. She reportedly also had a firearm seized from her.

CMPD also said another firearm was seized and that three further protestors were arrested. Dispersal orders were given again as the department said the protesters were blocking the entrance to the business hosting the event.

Just after 7:30 p.m., CMPD said its Civil Emergency Unit was activated, but it was reportedly met with aggression from crowds. The department said it was working to contain the scene.

CMPD would later share that around 9:30 p.m. the protesters dispersed and that officers were clearing the scene. A press conference was held shortly after where more details were shared.

Officers said they were called to a business around noon because a group of people were blocking the entrance to it to try and prevent an event from happening. While the group of people putting on the event was eventually able to get in side, the protesting group remained outside for several hours. CMPD said some protesters threw things like sticks and bottles at officers as well.

Eventually, CMPD was able to negotiate with both the group hosting the event and the protesters. The event group was able to leave and protesters eventually dispersed.

During the news briefing Saturday evening, CMPD said they were unaware beforehand that a protest had been planned nor were they in the loop about the event. A spokesperson said they had made contacts during the incident both with protesters and the group hosting the event and would be doing follow-up work.

Vinroy Reid, who owns a business near the scene, told WCNC Charlotte the scene involved two groups of people. The group hosting the event was apparently supportive of the current Eritrean government, while the protesters were opposed.

Eritrea is located in eastern Africa, south of Saudi Arabia and on the Red Sea. The current president is Isaias Afwerki, who has held office since 1993.

Afwerki's government has been accused of human rights abuses in the past by non-governmental organizations such as Human Rights Watch, who 

in 2023 said the Eritrean government represses citizens by imposing restrictions on freedom of expression, opinion, and faith, among others. HRW notes Afwerki closed all independent newspapers in 2001 and arrested 10 journalists who, as of 2023, have been held incommunicado. HRW also reports that elections have not been held since Afwerki assumed the presidency in 1993, when Eritrea also gained independence from Ethiopia.

 

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“Violence is never acceptable and can never be condoned,” Van Reisen told Dutch News. “Having said that, Brigade Nhamedu is very concerned about the fact that the long arm of the Eritrean government is given so much leeway and in some cases enjoys official protection, while it is impinging on their freedom.”

February 21, 2024 Gordon Darroch

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Police officers standing by a burned-out car on Fruitweg in The Hague after the riots. Photo: Mouneb Taim/Anadolu via ANP

An investigation into the riots that erupted at an Eritrean festival in The Hague at the weekend should examine the role of Eritrea’s government as well as opposition groups, politicians and academics have said.

On Wednesday the prosecution service said a 28-year-old man had been arrested on Friday, the day before the riots, for posting a video calling on people to attack the gathering at the Opera venue on Fruitweg.

Thirteen people aged between 19 and 36 have so far been arrested in the wake of the riots on Saturday evening, in which police and firefighters were pelted with stones and police cars and a coach were set on fire. Fifteen officers were injured.

The Hague’s mayor, Jan van Zanen, blamed a group opposed to the Eritrean regime, Brigade Nhamedu, for orchestrating the violence, which he called “appalling and unacceptable”.

Van Zanen issued an emergency order early on Saturday restricting access to the venue after receiving indications that opposition activists were planning to disrupt the gathering, but acknowledged afterwards that “signs were missed”.

Politicians have called for an investigation into Brigade Nhamedu’s activities, with some, such as the far-right PVV, calling for those responsible for the violence to be deported immediately.

Eritrea’s government has also condemned the violence and refuted any suggestions it was indirectly responsible.

Negassi Kassa Tekle, the country’s ambassador to Belgium who also serves the community in the Netherlands,told Nieuwsuur: “This is not a political issue. This is a lawless group of people merely focusing on the disruption and obstruction of Eritrean gatherings.”

But Mirjam van Reisen, professor of international relations at Tilburg University, who specialises in human rights in Eritrea, said tensions within the community had increased in recent years as the government tried to exert control through cultural events.

“Violence is never acceptable and can never be condoned,” Van Reisen told Dutch News. “Having said that, Brigade Nhamedu is very concerned about the fact that the long arm of the Eritrean government is given so much leeway and in some cases enjoys official protection, while it is impinging on their freedom.”

Some Dutch MPs have echoed the calls for a wider investigation into the conflict within the Eritrean community. 

Bente Becker, of the right-wing Liberal (VVD) party, said: “It would be good for the cabinet to investigate the activities of Brigade Nhamedu and take action against the organisation if necessary. But we should also not forget the influence of the Eritrean regime.”

According to the former BBC journalist Martin Plaut, Brigade Nhamedu was formed two years ago following clashes between pro- and anti-government supporters in the German city of Giessen, at what was billed as a cultural event.

Targets

The organisation targets government-organised events because they are seen as fundraisers for Eritrea’s government, one of the most repressive dictatorships in the world.

“Brigade Nhamedu isn’t a close-knit organisation,” says Van Reisen. “It’s more of a network that responds when a festival is organised. People living in the area, as well as some who travel, mobilise and want to make their voices heard.”

President Isaias Afwerki has ruled Eritrea as a one-party state since 1993, two years after it declared independence from Ethiopia, when he won 95% of votes in the national assembly.

Paramilitary organisations supporting the Eritrean government, with names such as Eri-Blood and Eri-Makhete, have appeared at cultural events in recent years, notably in Israel, where 150 people were hurt in clashes in Tel Aviv last September.

Tear gas

Police fired live rounds and tear gas at protesters, with one anonymous source comparing the level of violence to “the kind of scenes you only see on the West Bank”. Eritrean community leaders said they had asked police to cancel the event, warning there would be riots.

Fourth Front, a campaign group backed by the Eritrean government, posted a Facebook message in October announcing a demonstration in The Hague “to take revenge and be compensated for our disrupted festivals”.

Pro-democracy groups such as the Organisation for Eritrean Human Rights Defenders called for the event to be banned, claiming it had a “military character” and would spark riots.

Paramilitiaries

Van Reisen said Eri-Blood was highly likely to have been involved in the rioting last weekend. “Invariably you see these paramilitaries, or I would call them criminal organisations, used at these festivals,” she said.

“If you’re going to investigate Brigade Nhamedu, you should also investigate what the paramilitary organisation Eri-Blood is doing here.

“Is it a criminal organisation? Does it have implications for the rule of law, is it undermining democratic rights? And ask fundamental questions about how a hit squad like that functions.

“Given the routine infiltration of the diaspora, although this is highly speculative, it’s possible that they posed as Brigade Nhamedu in order to focus attention on Brigade Nhamedu.”

Diaspora

There are more than 26,000 Eritreans living in the Netherlands, out of a worldwide dispora of half a million, and around 4,000 have claimed asylum in the last two years.

The vast majority are granted refugee status, but those who are refused are often unable to return because the Eritrean government refuses to give them passports. The Netherlands does not co-operate with Isaias’s regime because of its human rights record.

“This is not a time when people from the Horn of Africa should be being sent back home,” said Laetitia Bader, a deputy director of Human Rights Watch’s Africa division. “The threat of persecution remains very real.”

Military service

Young Eritreans usually flee the country to avoid military service, which everyone aged between 18 to 50 is obliged to perform. Officially the service period is 18 months, but in practice it can last more than a decade.

Educated Eritreans are conscripted into “civil service”: compulsory public sector jobs in government offices or teaching, which has been condemned by the United Nations as a form of forced labour.

But the Eritrean expat community also includes supporters of the dictatorship who fled during the war with Ethiopia in the 1990s and settled in Europe. They are generally better integrated into Dutch society and have more established social networks than their younger peers.

Eritrea’s government tolerates no dissent either at home or abroad. Expats are expected to pay a 2% tax to the government at home and denied consular services, such as the issuing of passports and birth certificates, if they refuse.

Warnings

The Netherlands has repeatedly warned Eritrea about the tax and other means extortion. In 2017 a majority of MPs called for the embassy in The Hague to be closed after television current affairs show Argos highlighted the practice.

During the Covid lockdown foreign affairs minister Stef Blok summoned the ambassador to explain why Eritrean citizens had been ordered to donate at least €100 to fund the government’s pandemic control measures.

The prosecution service also opened an investigation and wrote to Eritrean citizens advising them that Dutch law forbids demanding money under duress.

Van Reisen says the Netherlands should follow the lead of Norway and Canada and introduce legislation in parliament to prevent cross-border repression.

“We live in a sovereign country where everyone from left to right enjoys the same freedoms,” she said. “I want to see an investigation that focuses on whether this festival was a form of intervention by a foreign state, how it took place and who the protagonists were.

“It’s part and parcel of protecting our constitutional framework so that people don’t need to resort to violence to make their point.”

ማሕበር ኣካለ ጽጉማን ኤርትራ፡ ኣብዚ ቀረባ ግዜ ብኤርትራውያን ገበርቲ ሰናይ ንዝተገብረሉ ዝተፈላለዩ ደገፋት ብምንጽብራቕ፡ ከምቲ “ኣመስጊንካ ንኣመስገንቲ ምሃብ” ዝብል ምስላ ወለድና፡ ብዘውጸኦ መግለጺ ኣፍሊጡ። በዚ መሰረት ኦርተደኩሳዊት ኤርትራ፡ ኣብ ሃገረ ሱዳን ይሳቐዩ ዘለዉ ኤርትራውያን ኣካለ-ጽጉማን ንምሕጋዝ፡ ገንዘባዊ በጀት መዲባ ንምሕጋዝ ናይ ዝኣተዎ ቃል ቀዳማይ ክፋል ዓቐን ገንዘብ ከም ዝተረከበ  እቲ ማሕበር ገሊጹ።

ኣብ ከተማ ዳላስ ሕቡራት መንግስታት ኣሜሪካ ዝነብሩ ኤርትራውያን ብወገኖም፡ 1390 ዶላር፡ ነቶም ጽጉማት ዝውዕል ሓገዝ ከም ዘበርከቱ፡ ከምኡ እውን ኣብ ከተማ ኒውዮርክ ቤት ብልዒ ማሳዋ ኣብ ዝተፈጥረ ርክብ፡ ኤርትራውያን ነዞም ኣብ ሃገረ ሱዳን ኣብ ትሕቲ ዝተፈላለዩ ጸገማትን ሕማማትን ይነብሩ ንዘለዉ ኤርትራውያን 1500 ዶላር ምብርካቶም ዕዙዝ ሓበን ከም ዝተሰምዖ ብምጥቃስ፡ ንሬስቶራንት ማሳዋ እውን ኣመስጊኑ።

እቲ ማሕበር ኣካለ ጽጉማን ኤርትራ፡ ነዚ ልግሲ ብዝምልከት ኣብ ዘውጸኦ መግለጺ፡ እቲ ሓገዝ ነቶም ብዝተፈላለዩ ሕማማት ይሳቐዩ ንዘለዉ ኣካለ- ጽጉማን ንምሕብሓብ ኣብ ዘድሊ በጀት ዘለዎ ኣበርክቶ ኣዝዩ ዕዙዝ ምዃኑ ምስ ዓሚቕ ምስጋና ገሊጹ።

ምክትል ምምሕዳር ቤት ጽሕፈት መንእሰያት ሰዲህኤ ኢብራሂም ሰዓድ ኣባል እቲ ምምሕዳር ዓንደብርሃን ዮሃንስን፡ ብ11 ለካቲት 2024  ምስ ኣመሓደርቲ ናይቲ ኣብ ካይሮ ዝርከብ፡ ማእከል ባህሊ ኤርትራውያን ስደተኛታት ተራኺቡ፡ ብሓፈሻ ብዛዕባ ደንበ ተቓውሞ ኤርትራ ብፍላይ ድማ ብዛዕባ ሰልፊ ዲሞክራሲ ህዝቢ ኤርትራ (ሰዲህኤ) ከም ዝተዘራረቡ ኣብቲ ንመገሻኦም ብዝምልከት ዘቕረብዎ ጸብጻብ ሓቢሮም። ምስዚ ብዝተተሓሓዘ ድማ ንጽባሒቱ ምስ ናብ ኤርትራ ዝመሓላለፍ ናይ ተለቪዥን ሳተላይት መስከረም 61 ተራኺቦም መገልጺ ከም ዝሃቡ እውን ሓቢሮም።

ኣብቲ ርክባቶም ካብ ዘልዓልዎም ነጥብታት፡ መስርሕን ውጽኢትን 4ይ ጉባአ ሰዲህኤ ይርከቦ። ካብዚ ሓሊፉ እውን ተለቪዥን መስከረም 61 ኣብ ዝተረኽበሉ ብ16 ለካቲት ህዝባዊ ኣኼባ ከም ዘካየዱን ኣቐዲሞም ንተሳተፍቲ ኣኼባ ፖለቲካዊ መደብ ዕዮ ሰዲህኤ ብቋንቋታት ዓረብን ትግርኛን ዘርጊሖም ከም ዝጸንሑን ኣፍሊጦም።

ኣብቲ ህዝባዊ ኣኼባ ድሕሪ መበግሲ ዝኸውን መብርሂ ምሃቦም፡ ካብ ተሳተፍቲ ካብ ዝቐረቡ ሕቶታት፡ “ስለምንታይ ሰዲህኤ ኣብዚ እዋንዚ  ብኣድላይነት ጽላል ናይ ውድባት ይግደስ?፡ ሰዲህኤ መንእሰያት ኣባላቱ ክኾኑ ድዩ ዝጉስጉስ?፡ ሰልፍኹም ኣብ ብንቅስቓስ ብሪገድ ንሓመዱ ርኢቶኡ ከመይ እዩ?”፡ ዝብሉ ከም ዝርከብዎም ኣብቲ ጸብጻቦም ኣስፊሮም። እቶም ኣባላት ምምሕዳር ቤት ጽሕፈት መንእሰያት፡ ነቲ ዝቐረበ ሕቶታት ብመሰረት ውሳነታት 4ይ ጉባአን ዝተፈላለዩ ፖሊሲታትን ሰዲህኤ፡ ሰፊሕ መብርህታት ከም ዝሃብሉ ከኣ ገሊጾም። እዚ መደባቶም ንምዕዋት ኣብ ካይሮ ዝርከብ ኣባል ማእከላይ ባይቶ ሰዲህኤ ኣቶ ግርማይ ክፍለ መደባት ኣብ ምስራዕ ከም ዝተሓባበሮም ከኣ ምስ ምስጋና ጠቒሶም።

ሰበስልጣን ኢትዮጵያ ኣንቶነ ጋሊንዶ ዝተባህለ ፈረንሳዊ ጋዜጠኛ ብ22 ለካቲት 2024 ከም ዝኣሰሩ ጋዜጠኛ ዘጋርዲያን ሓቢሩ። ኣቶም ኣሰርቲ እቲ ጋዜጠኛ ህውከት ኣብ ናይ ምፍጣር ውዲት ተሳቲፉ ብዝብል ክኸስዎ እንከለዉ፡ “ንናጽነት ፕረስ” ዝተባህለ ጉጅለ ብወገኑ፡ እቲ ክሲ መርተዖ ዘየብሉ ምዃኑ ጠቒሱ እቲ ጋዜጠኛ ብህጽጹ ንክፍታሕ ጸዊዑ። ኮሚተ ምክልኻል ጋዜጠኛታት ብወገኑ እዚ ኣብ ፓሪስ ንዝመደበራ፡ ኣፍሪካን ኢንተንጀንስ/Africa Intelligence፡ ዝተባህለት መርበብ ዜና ዝሰርሕ  ኣንቶነ ጋሊንዶ፡ ሲቪል ብዝተኸዱ ኣባላት ጸጥታ፡ ኣብ ስካይ ላይት ሆቴል ከም ዝተኣስረ ኣፍሊጡ።

እቲ ግዜኡ ዘይሓለፈ ቪሳ ዝነበሮም፡ ኣብ ኣዲስ ኣበባ ምህላዉ ብመንግስቲ ኣፍልጦ ዝተዋህቦን ጋዜጠኛ፡ ኣብቲ ዝተኣስረሉ ግዜ ባተ ኡርገሳ ምስ ዝተባህለ ወሃቢ ቃል ብሕጊ ዝተመዝገበ ግንባር ነጽነት ኦሮሞ (ግነኦ) ቃለ መጠይቕ የካይድ ስለ ዝነበረ፡ እቲ ቃለ መጠይቕ ዝህብ ዝነበረ ኡርገሳ እውን ሓቢሩ ከም ዝተኣስረ እቲ ዜና ሓቢሩ።

እታ ዝሰርሓላ መርበብ ዜና፡ ነቲ ማእሰርቲ መሰረት ዝየብሉን ክሳብ ክንድዚ ንዝነወሐ ግዜ ናጽነት ዝግድብን ከምዘይኮነ ብምጥቃስ፡ ብህጽጹ ንክፍታሕ ጸዊዓ። ቤት ፍርዲ ኢትዮጵያ ግና ናይቲ ፈረንሳዊ ጋዜጠኛ ጠበቓ  ብዋሕስ ንክፍታሕ ዘቕረቦ ጥርዓን ብምንጻግ፡ ፖሊስ ብዝሓተቶ መሰረት ተለፎኑ ከይተረፈ ዝሓዞ ሰነዳት ክሳብ ዝጻረ፡  ኣብ ቤት ማእስርቲ ጸኒሑ 1 መጋቢት 2024 ናብ ቤት ፍርዲ ንክቐርብ ቆጸራ ሂቡ።

ሓላፊት ፕሮግራም ኮሚተ ምክልኻል ጋዜጠኛታት ኣብ ኣፍሪቃ፡ ኣንገላ ቁይንታል ብወገና፡ መሰረት ዘየብሉን ዘይፍትሓውን ማእሰርቲ እቲ ጋዜጠኛ፡ ሞያዊ ግቡኡ ከይፍጽም ዝዕንቅፍ ስለ ዝኾነ፡ ሰበ መዚ ኢትዮጵያ ብቕልጡ ብዘይ ቅድመ ኩነት ንክፈትሕዎ ጸዊዓ።

ናይቲ ጋዜጣጃ ማእሰርቲ ነቲ ኢትዮጵያ ኣብዚ እዋንዚ ካብ ሃገራት ትሕቲ ሳህራ፡ ብምእሳር ጋዜጠኛታት ሒዛቶ ዘላ 2ይ ደረጃ ዘጋድድ ምዃኑ፡ ነቲ ዜና ዘሰናድአ ሪፖርተ ኣፍሊጡ።

ኣሳናዳኢት ሽማግለ ዋዕላ ፖሓኤ ብዕለት 24 ለካቲት 2024 ኩሎም ኣባላታ ኣብዝተረኽብሉ ፈላሚ ኣኼባኣ ኣካይዳ። ኣሳናዳኢት ሽማግለ ዋዕላ፣ ሓንቲ ካብተን ብላዕለዋይ ኣዋሃሃዲ ኣካል ቆይመን ኣብ ስራሕ ዝርከባ ዘለዋ ኣካላት ኮይና፣ ተሓታትነታ ድማ ነቲ ዘቆማ ኣካል እያ። እቲ ኣኼባ ድሕርቲ ናይ ዕለት 11 ለካቲት 2024 ብመሪሕነት ላዕለዋይ ኣዋሃሃዲ ኣካል ሰለስቲኡ ሓይልታት ዝተሰላሰለ ናይ ሌላ ርክብ ንመጀመርታ ዝተኻየደ እዩ ነይሩ።

ኣብቲ ኣኼባ፣ ንምክትታልን መበገሲ ስራሕ ንኽከውንን ኣብቲ ብኣቦ መንበራት ዝተመርሔ ርክብ ንዘይነበሩ ኣሓት ዕማምን ከመይነት ኣመራርሓ ኣሰናዳኢት ሽማግለን መብርሂ ብምቕራብ እዩ ጀሚሩ። ድሕር’ዚ፣ ናይቲ ኣኼባ ደቓይቕ ዝሕዝ ኣባል ቀሪቡ፣ ኣሳናዳኢት ሽማግለ ዋዕላ ነብሳ ኣብ ናይ ስራሕ ዕማማት ንምምቃል፣ ብቐዳምነት ሰለስተ ዝኣባላታ ነቲ ስራሕ እተማእክል ኣካያዲት ኣካል ብዲሞክራስያዊ ኣገባብ መሪጹ። ኣካያዲ ኣካል ሽማግለ ዋዕላ፣ ነፍሲ ወከፍ ኣካል ዋንነትን ሓላፍነትን መታን ክስምዖ ካብተን ንፖሓኤ ዘቆማ ሓይልታት ክሳተፍዎ ከምዝግባእ ድማ ርእዩ። በዚ መሰረት ኣድያም ተፈራ፣ ዑመር ዓሊ ዓብዱን ክብራኣብ ምስግናን ዘለዉዎ ኣካያዲ ኣካል ምምራጹ ተፈሊጡ።

ስዒቡ፣ ኣሳናዳኢት ሽማግለ ዋዕላ ፖለቲካዊ ሓይልታት ኤርትራ፣ ነብሳ ናብ ኣርባዕተ ንኡሳን ሽማግለታት ማለት ናይ ሰነድ፡ ናይ ገንዘብ፡ ናይ ዜናን ምምሕዳራዊ ጉዳያትን ሽማግለታት መቓቂላ ስራሓታ ከተካይድን ምስዘድሊ ነፍሲ ወከፍ ንኡስ ሽማግለ ካልኦት ተወሰኽቲ ተሓባበርቲ ኣባላት ካብ ውዳቤታቱ ክሓትት ከምዝኽእልን ብምርድዳእ ዳግማይ ሽማግለ እትራከበሉ ናይ ቆጸራ ግዜ ብምውሳን ኣኼባ ተደምዲሙ። 

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