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ON THE OCCASION OF THE 10TH ANNIVERSARY OF THE EEBC DECISION

April 13th is the 10th anniversary of the first in the EEBC final and binding delimitation and demarcation Decisions. These decisions have not been implemented and they seem to have been totally ignored by the UN Security Council the rest of the world. But as people of repeated UN injustice we remember this Day too; it will never be forgotten.

TO THE UNSC TEN YEARS OF NO WAR NO PEACE

THE EEBC DECISION TEN YEARS LATER AND ETHIOPIA'S ILLEGAL OCCUPATION:
TO THE UNSC TEN YEARS OF NO WAR NO PEACE
By Berhe Woldemichael

UN SHOULD CONDEMN ETHIOPIA FOR THE VIOLATION OF INTERNATIONAL LAW

"As the world would recall the Eritrea Ethiopia Boundary Commission delivered its decision on Delimitation of the Border between Eritrea and Ethiopia to representatives of the two governments on Saturday, April 13, 2002. The decision was legally delivered at a session attended by all of the members of the Boundary Commission at the premises of the Permanent Court of Arbitration as final and binding ruling. However ten years later this decision has not been implemented nor has it made any progress to the demarcation of the boundary between the two states. The most vital question that the world is so eager to find answers to is why? Why is this final and binding ruling made by International Court not been implemented? Why is Eritrean sovereign territories still occupied by Ethiopia when the final ruling as been made?

COMPLICITY OF THE UN

THE EEBC DECISION TEN YEARS LATER AND ETHIOPIA'S ILLEGAL OCCUPATION:
COMPLICITY OF THE UN
By Issayas Tesfamariam

Occupation is an international crime.

THE EEBC DECISION TEN YEARS LATER AND ETHIOPIA'S ILLEGAL OCCUPATION:
Occupation is an international crime.
By Eritrean Ngermany

According to Article 14 of the Algiers Agreements says:

Tenth Anniversary of EEBC Boundary Decision, Ten-Year Impotence of the UNSC

THE EEBC DECISION TEN YEARS LATER AND ETHIOPIA'S ILLEGAL OCCUPATION:
Tenth Anniversary of EEBC Boundary Decision, Ten-Year Impotence of the UNSC
By Gebre Hiwet Tesfagiorgis

THE LEAGUE OF NATION REDUX

THE EEBC DECISION TEN YEARS LATER AND ETHIOPIA'S ILLEGAL OCCUPATION:
THE LEAGUE OF NATION REDUX
By Berhe Habte G.

UNWELCOME OPPORTUNITY TO EXPOSE UNJUSTNESS

THE EEBC DECISION TEN YEARS LATER AND ETHIOPIA'S ILLEGAL OCCUPATION:
UNWELCOME OPPORTUNITY TO EXPOSE UNJUSTNESS
By Yacob Fisseha

YOU FAIL TO HONOR YOUR WORD, YOU FAIL TO RESPECT THE HONOR OF THE PEOPLE YOU REPRESENT

THE EEBC DECISION TEN YEARS LATER AND ETHIOPIA'S ILLEGAL OCCUPATION:
YOU FAIL TO HONOR YOUR WORD, YOU FAIL TO RESPECT THE HONOR OF THE PEOPLE YOU REPRESENT
By Kiflai Ghebremedhin.

THE ELEPHANT BLOCKING PEACE

Today is the 10th anniversary of the EEBC Delimitation Decision. According to the Algiers Agreement of December 12, 2000, EEBC delimitation and demarcation Decisions are final and binding. In an impartial world, in a world free of destructive elephants, a decision that is "final" would give no excuse for running away from implementation under the cover of "dialogue", and a decision that is "binding" would imply nothing but an obligation to adhere to the letter and spirit of the signed agreement. But thanks to the big elephant and the weakness of the international community, neither of these two words can now be taken to mean what they were intended to mean. A treaty that was beforehand agreed to be "final" is now not being taken to mean "case closed" but "open to manipulation". Welcome to the contradictions and hypocrisy of the elephant's world. The minority regime in Ethiopia is nothing but a parasite atop of this elephant's trunk.

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