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The Eritrean Political Scene has changed dramatically to present new challenges for the state since the liberation of Eritrea in 1991 and the independence in 1993.
The first years of the independence were very good. The new political administration seemed confident to face the challenges and take the burdens to reconstruct and rebuild the modern state.
Working in close cooperation with the revolution in Ethiopia the two fronts, the Eritrean People's Liberation Front (EPLF) and the Ethiopian People's Revolutionary Democratic Front (EPRDF) maintained a strong frontline against the terrorist scheme of the military religious dictators in Khartoum.
The flow of the information and the cooperative intelligentsia working together prevented the Sudanese dictatorial regime from carrying its plans to export terror to the two countries. However, the two powers failed to stop the regime from exporting terror to Somalia.
After the second Ethiopian - Eritrean war, hopes have faded away and the military religious regime in Sudan found many grounds to work in the Horn of Africa.
The war between Eritrea and Ethiopia resulted also in weakening the Sudanese opposition when it entered the two countries to work through the borders to overthrow the dictators in Khartoum.
Scepticism has reasons to engulf the area. The Eritrean government lost confident in its neighbours and so shifted to implement a policy of iron and fire to keep in power. Unfortunately, this policy hits Eritreans while the Eritrean political scene gets tough in security matters.
Fearing unknown dangers and new challenges, the Eritrean government strengthened the military recruitment program, increased securities inside the country, implemented tough economical policy, put the media in direct observation and censorship and bowed a little in front of the changing political wind to reopen relations with Sudan.
No one in the revolution or from the Eritrean people has predicted that the Eritrean political scene will change and be tough for Eritreans to continue feeling the pleasure of getting their country free in 1991.
The revolution has changed and the political chair has secret influence on the ruling elites. The dreams that always follow the independence of any country elapsed away and the Eritrean people began to see negative pictures.
Many private press banned, journalists sent to prisons, Eritreans began to flee their country once again, revolutionary comrades executed and the Eritrean political scene gets more dim.
The independence of the country has some painful costs.
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