Eritrea (ارتريا) struggles against the odds while the revolutionary spirit sweeps away and many people try to flee their homelands, become refugees and get access to live in America, Australia and Europe.
The challenges that face the new state are both internal and external. The external threats could easily be absorbed, but the internal challenges are not expected in terms regarding the long revolutionary struggle led by the Eritrean People's Liberation Front (EPLF - Shaebia شعبية) during the liberation achieved in 1991 and the first two years of the independence until 1993.
After almost two decades of the independence of the state and during the leadership of the People's Front for Democracy and Justice (PFDJ) some Eritrean political problems rose inside the state.
Many veteran liberation fighters thought that their job was accomplished by the liberation of the land and that implicates having access to live like the other political leaders in villas and get everything easily and control the productive sectors of the state.
Despite the fact that even some of the Eritrean leaders were living like the other fighters in the camp in Asmara, a group of fighters planned to move and threat the government when they marched in 1992 to capture the banks, the communication headquarters and the press.
They stopped the President while he was in his way to his office and pointed a gun to his head, but he told them to follow him to Asmara stadium, where he told them about the sacrifices and the oath of protecting the state from future threats and reminded them of the oath of achieving the rehabilitation and the reconstruction of the state, as priorities.
He explained that, although some leaders drive in old cars, no one of them has yet gained any privileges as they think and they are still living on rationals like the fighters, who demanded to have salaries and automobiles to live like the other people in the state.
In the long run for almost 7 years until the beginning of the mad Ethio-Eritrean wars, nothing seriously has changed. But, getting one political party to run the state alone for 7 years seemed as a long period and all that many people thought of is that they do not have democracy.
They forgot that the state was still in danger and the war with Ethiopia was the proof that they didn't see. In addition, it is not only the TPLF leadership in Ethiopia that imposed and is still imposing the threats.
In addition, the military religious regime in Sudan was and is still imposing another fundamental threats against Eritrea. Yes, despite the neighborhood diplomacy achieved with this regime, which is a tactical procedure.
The strategies are different. Each of the states in East Africa and the Horn of Africa has ambitions to limit the political vision in Eritrea and undermine the Eritrean goals to achieve strong revolutionary states in the region through sincere revolutionary relationship to break the terrorism belt into parts.
The external interference in the policies of many lands in this area divide them a part and weaken any attempt of getting them together to achieve revolutionary goals. Eritrea does stand for its plight and its revolutionary goals.
That doesn't please many countries in East Africa and the Horn of Africa all of which are circled by external interests and sectarian, tribal and religious interests.
In addition, misunderstanding the situations in the new state makes it difficult for folk to differentiate factual from fictional and take every state for what it does to get into the revolutionary mode.
Continue reading at the links provided below about the new state and other states in East Africa and the Horn of Africa.
The Eritrean primary and secondary site maps are below followed by articles and commentaries in the HOA's network.
The Eritrean Site Maps:
Eri Primary Site Map 3 A - hoa-politicalscene.com/eritrea.html
Eri Primary Site Map 3 B - hoa-politicalscene.com/eritrean-political-articles.html
Eri Primary Site Map 3 C - hoa-politicalscene.com/eritrean-forums-online.html
Eri Primary Site Map 3 D - hoa-politicalscene.com/eritreans-write-online.html
Eri Primary Site Map 3 E - hoa-politicalscene.com/eritreans-love-commentaries.html
Eri Primary Site Map 3 F - hoa-politicalscene.com/eritrean-political-comments.html
Eri Primary Site Map 3 G - hoa-politicalscene.com/eritrean-humanitarian-topics.html
Eri Secondary Site Map 13 B - hoa-politicalscene.com/eritrean-refugees.html
Eri Secondary Site Map 17 - hoa-politicalscene.com/write-about-eritrea.html
The Top and First Eritrean Pages on HOA:
http://www.hoa-politicalscene.com/eritrea-and-ngos.html - Erithrea and NGOs: All the matter is about independency and sovereignty, so this is why Erithrea treats the NGOs that way.
They want to be self-independent and they have rights to do so, unless something goes wrong. In addition, some of the NGOs have not considered or even recognized the Eritrean people during the independence war.
http://www.hoa-politicalscene.com/eritrea-country-profile.html - Eritrea Country Profile: This is Erithrawe Country Profile, Eritra overview, facts book, geographical atmosphere, population, economy, legal systems, people's activities, political structure and legislations.
However, the page requires more information about the state. You could use the form on the page to write what you know in this regard and receive some useful gifts.
http://www.hoa-politicalscene.com/eritrea-political-problems.html - Eritrea's Political Problems: The religious military dictatorial regime of Sudan played the principle roles in escalating some of the country's political problems since 1991.
The scheme of the Sudanese dictatorial regimes runs through the Sudanese regional policy combined with the Muslim Brothers' octopus in Sudan. There are difficult challenges along the way derived from interior conflicts and external conspiracies.
http://www.hoa-politicalscene.com/eritrea-political-scene.html - Eritrawe Political Scene: This new country has gained its independence from Ethiopia in 1991 after a long revolutionary liberation struggle. It legalized that independence by the referendum of 1993.
However, the revolutionary spirit has swept away and left interior disorder that resulted in turn in many nationals even from the main ruling liberation front either in prison or fleeing the country to seek refuge again.
http://www.hoa-politicalscene.com/eritrean-refugees.html - Eritrean Refugees: Extensive detention, torture of citizens and prolonged military conscription prompted increasing numbers of Eritrawe nationals to flee the country, human rights watch says.
Well, look at the great political powers in this world and see how they use their militaries, or how they build military forces and then think why this small land is denied to have such military efforts to defend itself.
http://www.hoa-politicalscene.com/ethio-eritrean-wars.html - Ethio-Eritrean Wars: The last wars between this small land and Ethiopia are results of the insanity! The last wars deepen the sadness and create human borders between two nice people. Are they wars of leadership elites?
http://www.hoa-politicalscene.com/pushkin-in-eritrea.html - Pushkin in Eritrea: Pushkin's grandfather was Eritrawe. Eritra celebrated the birthday of the Russian poet and organized continuous activities in a cultural center for him.
http://www.hoa-politicalscene.com/red-sea-paradise.html - Red Sea Paradise: or the Red Sea State, Eritra was a real paradise that time; and I thought I have opened the escape gateway for other Sudanese who fled their homeland to Eritrea after the coup of the National Islamic Front (NIF) in 1989.
The NIF has emerged from the Muslim Brothers in Sudan. This party has been influenced and created following the leads of the Egyptian Muslim Brothers in the 1940s.
The readers of the HOA Political Scene Newsletter and the visitors of the network have built many pages about this country. You can reach those pages through the site maps below.
The network has also some projects to support the spring of the network at HOA's Comprehensive Projects. The projects are divided into the HOA's Cultural Project, the HOA's Journalists Project, the HOA's Poets Project, the HOA's Poets Bookshop and the HOA's Refugees.
In addition to Eritrea, the site map 3 A and the other site maps, here are the 34 primary and secondary site maps of the East Africa's network.
The HOA's Primary Site Maps:
Horn of Africa's PoliticalScene Site Map 1: Horn of Africa
Horn of Africa's PoliticalScene Site Map 2: Djibouti
Horn of Africa's PoliticalScene Site Map 3: Eritrea
Horn of Africa's PoliticalScene Site Map 4: Ethiopia
Horn of Africa's PoliticalScene Site Map 5: Kenya
Horn of Africa's PoliticalScene Site Map 7: Sudan and South Sudan
Horn of Africa's PoliticalScene Site Map 8: Uganda
Horn of Africa's PoliticalScene Site Map 9: Chad
Horn of Africa's PoliticalScene Site Map 10: Democratic Republic of Congo, DRC
Horn of Africa's PoliticalScene Site Map 11: Political Site Map
Horn of Africa's PoliticalScene Site Map 12: Political Section
Horn of Africa's PoliticalScene Site Map 13: Humanitarian Network
Horn of Africa's PoliticalScene Site Map 14: Political Sense Journal
The Horn of Africa's Secondary Site Maps:
Horn of Africa's Political Scene Site Map 15: Write about HOA
Horn of Africa's Political Scene Site Map 16: Write about Djibouti
Horn of Africa's Political Scene Site Map 17: Write about Eritrea
Horn of Africa's Political Scene Site Map 18: Write about Ethiopia
Horn of Africa's Political Scene Site Map 19: Write about Kenya
Horn of Africa's Political Scene Site Map 20: Write about Somalia
Horn of Africa's Political Scene Site Map 21: Write about Sudan
Horn of Africa's Political Scene Site Map 22: Write about Uganda
Horn of Africa's Political Scene Site Map 23: Write about Chad
Horn of Africa's Political Scene Site Map 24: Write about DRC
The East Africa and HOA's Readers Site Maps:
Horn of Africa's Political Scene Site Map 25: Readers Write Good
Horn of Africa's Political Scene Site Map 26: Readers Write Comments
Horn of Africa's Political Scene Site Map 27: Readers Read Good
Horn of Africa's Political Scene Site Map 28: Comments
Horn of Africa's Political Scene Site Map 29: Readers Comment
Horn of Africa's Newsletter Site Maps:
Horn of Africa's PoliticalScene Site Map 30, Horn of Africa's Newsletters
Horn of Africa's PoliticalScene Site Map 31, Horn of Africa's Bulletins
Horn of Africa's PoliticalScene Site Map 32, Horn of Africa's Ezines
Horn of Africa's PoliticalScene Site Map 33, Horn of Africa's Political Newsletters
Horn of Africa's PoliticalScene Site Map 34, Horn of Africa's Journal
The Somali Site Maps:
Horn of Africa's Primary Site Map 6 A, Somalia and Somaliland
Horn of Africa's Primary Site Map 6 B, Somali Arabic Comments
Horn of Africa's Primary Site Map 6 C, Somali Political Articles
Horn of Africa's Primary Site Map 6 D, Somali Political Forums
Horn of Africa's Primary Site Map 6 E, Somali Political Comments
Horn of Africa's Secondary Site Map 20, Write about Somalia
The Sudanese Primary Site Maps:
Horn of Africa's Primary Site Map 7 A, Sudan and South Sudan
Horn of Africa's Primary Site Map 7 B, Sudanese Political Articles
Horn of Africa's Primary Site Map 7 C, Sudanese Arabic Political Articles
Horn of Africa's Primary Site Map 7 D, Sudanese Economical Forums
Horn of Africa's Primary Site Map 7 E, Sudanese Cultural Forums
Horn of Africa's Primary Site Map 7 F, Sudanese Forum
Horn of Africa's Primary Site Map 7 G, Sudanese Forums
Horn of Africa's Primary Site Map 7 H, Sudanese Regional Politics
The Sudanese Secondary Site Maps:
Horn of Africa's Secondary Site Map 21 A, Write about Sudan
Horn of Africa's Secondary Site Map 21 B, Comments on Sudan
Horn of Africa's Secondary Site Map 21 C, Sudan Online
Horn of Africa's Secondary Site Map 21 D, Sudanese Online
Horn of Africa's Secondary Site Map 21 E, Sudanese Regimes' Political Crimes
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