UN SHOULD CONDEMN ETHIOPIA FOR THE VIOLATION OF INTERNATIONAL LAW

THE EEBC DECISION TEN YEARS LATER AND ETHIOPIA'S ILLEGAL OCCUPATION:
UN SHOULD CONDEMN ETHIOPIA FOR THE VIOLATION OF INTERNATIONAL LAW
By Yordanos

"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?

UN would not be able to provide answers to those questions except to prolong the current path it has chosen to take. Well the time has come for this to end! Enough is enough!!! Eritrean Government along with its people has been patient for far too long justice needs to be served to the Eritrean people. UN should condemn Ethiopia for the violation of international law, UN should use its authority appropriately and implement the final and binding ruling which was signed a decade ago. UN should bring justice to the world not eradicate justice and work as a puppet to the US administration. The Government and people of Eritrea promote and desire for peace in the Horn of Africa and as such Eritrea has responsibly striven to defuse the situation and pave the way for a peaceful, lasting solution. However, the UN has chosen to support the US and Ethiopian administration who are clearly fueling war and instability in the Horn of Africa and in the wider world. Yet again the point that I would like to strongly stress is for UN to condemn Ethiopia for the violation of international law and for UN to start using its authority appropriately and implement the final and binding ruling which was signed a decade ago."