Public meeting Report of National Commission for democratic change-Sweden

By ENCDC Sweden

The public meeting announced in internet and other media communication since three weeks ago by the Eritrean commission for democratic change- Sweden Branch where a major part of the political, civil organizations and individuals participated has been conducted successfully in the city of Stockholm.

The meeting was conducted from three o’clock in the afternoon and lasted up to eight o’clock in the evening.

Mr. Kidane Tecle, member of the commission and responsible for the organizational and public mobilization welcomed the meeting and briefed the objectives and agenda of the meeting to the attendees.

All the members of the commission in Sweden were present at the meeting.

After introduction and welcome greetings, Mr. Idris Nour, member of the commission and responsible for organizational and public mobilisation started his report on the performance of the conference from the beginning to the final by using power-point. His analyses were very clear and precise without no difficulties to grasp. He concluded his analysis by showing the organizational chart of the commission and how it functions. His presentation was modern, instructive and fantastic.

The meeting was conducted by two languages Arabic and Tigrinya and there was no problem of translation. Mr. Abdulakarim Mustafa, member of the commission and responsible of the media strategy of the commission has translated all the pictorial and oral explanations in Arabic language. Mrs. Aisha Gaas, member of the commission and responsible of the political and diplomatic affairs briefly explained the work activities of the political group.

The main issues for discussion were the responsibility and mandate of the commission. The commission has explained for the attendees what each commission group does and what and how each groups work looks.

The four main work projects of each commission group:

1. Public mobilisation and organization, who they are and what they do.

2. Political and diplomatic relations, who they are what they do.

3. Media and information, who they are and what they do.

4. Financial and economic resource, who they are and how they work.

After two hours of explanations and information, a break of 30 minutes were given where participants have some tea and coffee with sandwiches.

Public debate and discussions

In the second session of the meeting , the commission opened and gave the opportunity to the public for discussion. When the participants were given this opportunity, those who have questions were given the priority. Questions were so many and some were beyond the commission’s responsibility and some were not related with the agenda presented. But , the commission has responded all questions clearly and openly. Those comments and critics forwarded by participants were constructive and were helpful for the commission in succeeding its project.

Finally, about more than 20 of the participants showed their interest and will that they will participate in those different project of the commission. Those who presented themselves by leaving their names in the meeting will inform the commission where they will participate.

The meeting concluded by collecting list of those who will work with each group. The commission promised that they will continue with their activities in each field of the project.

ENCDC- Sweden Branch

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