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Dutch parliament deals blow to Eritrean regime

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Dutch parliament deals blow to Eritrean regime
Martin Plaut / 1 day ago

The Dutch National Parliament conducted a session about the influence of the PFDJ regime on the Eritrean community in Holland. This followed multiple examples of intimidation, blackmailing and threats. A series of PFDJ court cases against opponents of the regime also received the attention of the Dutch government and Parliament finally decided to act.

The resolution calls for the Dutch government to:

1. investigate the role of Eritrean embassy on the Eritrean community
2. investigate (community) organizations which are affiliated with PFDJ
3. prohibit PFDJ supporters to enter or work at asylum seekers centres
4. investigate subsidies given to suspected PFDJ affiliated organisations
5. increased attention to the participation and integration in the Dutch society of Eritrean refugees
6. increased diplomacy towards the UN to resolve the border demarcation with Ethiopia
7. increased diplomacy towards the European Commission to get it to reconsider the conditions attached to the EU 200m development aid package for Eritrea
8. cancel asylum for PFDJ supporters
9. investigate the financial infrastructure and flows of PFDJ funding and the Eritrean embassy in the Netherlands
10. support for UNHRC for the improvement human rights in Eritrea

Source: martinplaut

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