London Supporting Committee for ENCDC Held its First Public Meeting

The London Supporting Committee (LSC) for ENCDC held its first public meeting. The purpose of the meeting was to introduce the LSC members and its activities to the public. The meeting was opened and chaired by the LSC Chairperson and, in the first place, the UK commissioners were invited to give the public a clarification about the formation of the LSC and introduce them to the public. The commissioners stressed that they were working within the legal mandate given to them by the last Waela and took into consideration the fact that conditions are different in different parts of the world where Eritrean live but the same objective. 

Thereafter, the LSC Chair gave description of its structure, which closely resembles to that of the National Commission. It has a chair, vice-chair, secretary and chairs of the 4 sub committees. These seven make up the executive committee while the first 3 make up the secretariat. After the chair gave an introduction, the vice chair gave brief presentation of the work plans of the subcommittees. A summary hard copy in 3 languages was available for participants.

Participants were invited the public for a broader collaboration by joining these committees, and it was made clear that there is no limit on their membership as long as anyone forwards themselves to contribute to the national cause.

A question and answer session followed and the Commissioners and LSC members gave answers. Constructive comments came from the participants of the meeting.

News and Media sub-committee,

London Support Committee – LSC

17 February 2011

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