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Comment from: [Member]

Freedom now, a group who claims to be a pro bono council to eskinder is violating international law by claiming as if they’re a UN affiliated org. What a fiasco.
Keep your opinion to yourselves. Ethiopia is a sovereign nation who have the right to protect its borders and the wellbeings of its citizens. You cannot tell us to sit back and watch terrorists like eskinder distablize our peace and stablity.
Back off!!

04/01/13 @ 23:25
Comment from: john john [Visitor]
john john
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This guy should stay at where he deserve and belong for the sake of Ethiopia national interest.Until whenever he learn the ugly part of politician art and ask for mercy publicly he will get some kind of mercy only if he admit he was wrong and narrow mind nation national hater thats simple enough.By the way i’m not from Tigrai or EPRDF agent.

04/01/13 @ 23:55
Comment from: sam [Visitor]

WHY only Eskinder Nega??????????

what about Bekel gerba??????????

what about Olbana Lelisa??????

what about Andualem Arage????

what about the rest of the journalists???????

what about the innocent muslims??

what about the poor oromo youth overcrowded woyane jail??????/ they don;t have voice because they are poor.

Al Bashir of sudan has promised to release all political prisoners and call all oppositions for reconcile, and he is leaving power 2015.

04/02/13 @ 00:28
Comment from: MGOP [Visitor]

TPLF, the Tigree is already looted resources from the country and now resigning turn by turn from higher positions. They will be accountable though.

I don’t support or oppose a release of a journalist since TPLF released the Tigree only, 956 prisoners. But many politicians are suffering in jails. An international influences against the TPLF must move on this issue. A change must come.

04/02/13 @ 01:25
Comment from: Zekios [Visitor]

International law… What about Ethiopian law? We will see who will have the last laugh.

04/02/13 @ 02:28
Comment from: Tarid [Visitor]

Eskinder case handled by Ethiopia law.We don’t need any one opinion.

04/02/13 @ 03:13
Comment from: [Member]

The guy is more useful as a fertilizer to Ethiopia than alive, just liquidate him.

04/02/13 @ 03:29
Comment from: hayalu [Visitor]

why dont the government let the journalist to write anything without any limit including the advocating or disseminate the arab spring and let the people respond in either way.

04/02/13 @ 03:34
Comment from: Lilo [Visitor]

@Addis zemen, ya one of your type agames bent over for you but your merely response was to bend over for him too. What a shame!!!

04/02/13 @ 03:58
Comment from: Ash [Visitor]

Why do we need jail? If u can’t put criminal in jail… Why not open the jail door let loose all murderer and rapest as long as our human right organization singn to take any responsablty we an open the jail see what can happend

We shouldn’t give any armed protection to NGO and human right group to they themselves want to be protected from criminal but when Ethiopian people want to protect themselves from criminal they say human right so every one is equal… No armed security guard for human right group in Ethiopia let see how they will handle this one.

04/02/13 @ 06:03
Comment from: [Member]

Eskinder is a convicted terrorist who has been funded by worlds most wanted terror organization like Abebe gelaw
He should be put in a death row.erhiopia will destroy all of the terrorist cells around the corner.

04/02/13 @ 06:36
Comment from: NonEscape [Visitor]


The jail in Ethiopia is a cage for politicians and not for criminals. CRIMINALS who chase behind the innocents, and the Corrupted government who takes bribery are governors.

04/02/13 @ 07:50
Comment from: Demelash [Visitor]

I feel very sad for Eskindir’s long imprisonment. But why do many medias speak about him only while there are so many journalists and other peoples imprisoned because of their different political opinion. Though I appreciate the call, I highly found it too much partial. I doubt it is from UN. I see it just from friends of Eskindir. I have a message to Nazret.com to disable the comment. It is the source of division, so ugly to see some comments, so rubbish. The comments in one way or another affect all of us. I found it as an insult to all Ethiopians. It gives an opportunity to some people who have dead conscience to vomit upon it. And some of the news you upload are also nonsense. Please use your minds. May Ethiopia and all Ethiopians be blessed.

04/02/13 @ 07:55
Comment from: Nenewe [Visitor]


The conference as uual,was long on empty promises & desperately short on substance. The lack of good governance was voiced by some delegates. It’s the tip of the iceberg. Theses people are all deeply embroiled in the culture of corruption that no one is willing to do what it takes to deal with it. You bring down one all of them would come crumbling down like a house of cards. They have no choice but stick together and go down together in disgrace.
They pat eachothers’ back at the end of the conference for accomplishing practically nothing but pledging to do everything.

What’s remarkable in this conference was the departure for good from one-man show of earlier conferences where you see the chairperson flew in rage when criticized. He thought himself as infallible.

to the current topic,

All that is needed is “letter of pardon” written by his jailers and signed by him. The tried and tested face saving method for his jailers. They would revise his charges and reduce his sentence to few months.The judges wouldn’t care less one way or the other as long as they carry out the orders of their political masters.

It, the regime, can’t ignore indefinately the calls from their benefactors.

04/02/13 @ 08:08
Comment from: Haile [Visitor]

Thank you for sharing information.This conference show us that EPRDF is a solid and reliable party to world.

04/02/13 @ 10:18

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