Setting time-limit on National Service and demobilization is overdue; the constitution is overdue; elections are overdue; freeing prisoners is overdue; ending undeclared state-of-emergency is overdue; and rule-of-law is overdue. So, of course, the report that the Government of Eritrea owed the African Charter is overdue. All because of wait for it!
Government is a subset of State…. Am I missing anything you see…. I am still working on finishing the earlier thought where it clearly delineates our differences in approaching the future.
I will give you the data and you will make the flow chart. From that extend a verical line downward, then draw a horizontal line attached to it. Create three parallel boxes hanging from the horizontal line.
From the executive box, if you want, you could draw as many boxes as you want to represent the ministerial offices. When you draw this flow chart you will understand the pillars of a state and the pillars of a government.
One who loves algorithm will be easy to plot this flow chart. Regards, Solomon Aya, I am aware of this flow chart, but I have done it now per your suggestion. Having lived nearly fifty years and been privy to specifics from my position in the private industry and private citizen, I am not at a total loss to recognize yours and nearly every ones understanding of the concepts of government and state.
And this flow chart you are equipping me to do for myself will perhaps give me clarity to what it is I want to state.
The need to define for self is stalled by the need to continually dear along with many fueled our resistance or fight for those directing against our way. The trick is to find the balance. Selamat Mahmud Saleh, Just in case you have not noticed it, the blog, Hedgait by Mohamed Kheir Omer has lots of interesting information about the Tigre Ethnic group that could be of help to your forthcoming article.
There is even a whole scanned downloadable book about Tigrait folktales from written both in Tigrait and with English translation. Wish you good luck with your article and looking forward to read it. Kim Hanna Selam Berhe Y.
Sorry for the delayed response. It looks like I have missed the target of my message too.
I agree with you whole heartedly with your general point. I was attempting to describe within that general point, there are individuals who take advantage of it to commit crimes like breaking windows in order to STEAL the goods.
When caught, invariably they wear the garb of the legitimate opposition of what is taking place. Berhe Y Dear K. No I do not agree to the breaking, stealing and looting. Most of their business almost all of them will recover their loss by claiming insurance.
The problem in America today is, the authorities use the justice system to punish the angry demonstrators but they do little or nothing to charge the officers who are involved in the shooting and killing. Berhe blink Dear K.
M It is a fair gamethey just took the things in the way ,why do they cheat and why do they protest? What could be the reason to act violentlythat is the main point.
That is simply cruel. Thomas Hey Peace, Man, you still like to talk about Ethiopia and expected us to read you?? Your desperation is unstoppable. It is just mind blogging to say the least!
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Otherwise, we can only wonder why………………… Peace! Well, If you remember I reminded you the other day that bring ideas and try to debate with civility, no personal question and attack.
Trust me if you do that, people will start to remove you from severely ignored list and engage you; otherwise you are too old and too rude for Emma to keep babysitting you.
Thomas Hi Peace, The problem is not you mentioning Ethiopia here and there in your writing. The issue is you ignoring the debate about Eritrea and in case you forget this forum for Eritreans and Friends of Eritreans to discuss about things that has to do with Eritrea.
It would have made sense if you were trying to discuss ethiopia and her current issues, but trying to discuss the relationship amongs the oromos, amharas, tigrians and more is so uncivilized and it will not be healthy for your own life, hate eats haters alive: Also, you calling me old and ignored is absurd.ashio-midori.com Gallery of Books And Toys courtesy Arvind Gupta the Toy Maker.
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The first tube we put in was an ugly, brown narrow hose that was SO long, it had to be wrapped around my dog’s mid section and secured in place with a lady’s tube top. Dear Adoreb Yes it is true the government committed endless crimes over all Eritreans and we should do more to hold them accountable.
But the regional governments you said, who are they, Ethiopia, oww, Ethiopian leaders have committed endless crimes over the Ethiopian people.
As a follow-up to Tuesday’s post about the majority-minority public schools in Oslo, the following brief account reports the latest statistics on the cultural enrichment of schools in Austria. Vienna is the most fully enriched location, and seems to be in roughly the same situation as Oslo.
Many thanks to Hermes for the translation from ashio-midori.com