Deal with the Underlining Cause not the Symptom

From Welcome to Asmarino Independent. Sun Jan 27 2013, 02:37:10

As long as Isaiais-the person- is not removed the likelihood of ushering in the process of democratic transition, leave alone implementing the Rule of Law in Eritrea, is almost impossible.

Appealing to him to implement legitimate reforms or extensive liberalization at this stage is a non-starter. Twenty years of costly experience affirm this hard fact. The linchpin holding all other PFDJ actors hostage and waging an unrestrained attack on the forces aspiring democratic transition is the sultanistic tyrant Isaias. In order to create the most favorable circumstance for transforming Eritrea into the land of justice and democracy this linchpin has to be removed.

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