It cites cases of arbitrary detention, enforced disappearance, torture, rape and extrajudicial killing. It claims that up to , Eritreans have been enslaved in a vast conscription program, forced to work in the army or the bureaucracy for next to nothing, often for a decade or more. Isaias Afwerki, a former rebel hero, has ruled Eritrea since its independence in A constitution drafted in has yet to be implemented. National elections have never been held. Opposition political parties are illegal. Many dissidents have been arrested and have not been heard from since. There are few civil society organizations and no independent media. It is tortuously difficult for Eritreans to obtain formal authorization to leave the country. The Eritrean government deserves to be called out for these practices.
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This week, thousands of Eritreans gathered in Geneva, Switzerland, to both support and protest a new U. Elsewhere, hundreds of Eritrean refugees gathered outside African Union headquarters in neighboring Ethiopia to protest the alleged crimes back home. The report comes from a commission of inquiry set up more than two years ago to investigate human rights in Eritrea. The commission gathered testimony from people in 13 countries including Australia, Canada and the United States, but was not allowed to travel inside Eritrea to conduct its investigation. Its report outlined arbitrary arrests, torture, rape, enslavement, murder and reprisals against family members of dissidents inside the country. During an interactive dialogue at the U.
It is bordered by Ethiopia in the south, Sudan in the west, and Djibouti in the southeast. The northeastern and eastern parts of Eritrea have an extensive coastline along the Red Sea. Eritrea is a multi-ethnic country, with nine recognized ethnic groups in its population of around five and a half million.