When the government takes land from indigenous people for development, the government will have the responsibility to provide the owners with alternative land and/or compensate them fairly.
Work earnestly to make the duration, tasks and mandates of the transitional government effective, peaceful and democratic.
The national system of education should be free from religious influence. Religious institutions will also have the right to teach religious studies without government intervention.
Our organisation endorses the report as a correct explanation of the pervasive human rights violation in Eritrea by the PFDJ regime. We thank and support the world community in general and the enquiry commission in particular for the deep concern they have shown towards the terrible predicament faced by the Eritrean people. We call upon the world body to go a step further and take the regime to the International Criminal Court for its crimes against humanity.
As a multi-ethnic, and multi religious organization, EUDC expresses consternation at incidences of this nature anytime they happen, and condemns every atrocity committed by the government or by any other group in every corner of the country. We strongly believe that creating a pluralist/multiparty democratic system with religious institutions separated from the state and vice versa with clear delineation between them is the only way to guarantee a viable everlasting democracy in Eritrea.
The core task of the defense forces of Eritrea is to protect and defend the constitution, the sovereignty of Eritrea, the people and the property of citizens