AU should act on Eritrea

The African Union (AU) is on the spotlight again, this time after failing to make bold decisions on its members. First it was the Burundi conflict, where president Pierre Nkurunziza manipulated loopholes in that country’s constitution to seek a third term.

Despite all evidence that majority of his people were against his move, Nkurunziza went ahead and forced his third term in office amid violent protests that claimed hundreds of lives.

To this day, a month after the disputed elections and his proclaimed victory, there are reports of killings of his opponents, the latest being a top military officer a week ago.

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The elections had two teams namely: Team Reshaping MISA and Team Integrity. All Team reshaping MISA member won except for one candidate for the Secretary post. One can say it was a long road to the elections, looking at the fact that it took four years for the elections to be held. MISA board elections are supposed to be held every two years, but they could not be held in time due to the outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic, which affected many...

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