Thursday, July 3, 2014

Ethiopian government confirmed Andargachew's extradition ( Video update)




It  appeared   that secretray genral of Ginbot 7  , Mr. Anadargachew Tsege may have been extradited days after the abduction at Sanna International Airport.

Sources from Addis Ababa and outside Ethiopia clued Andargachew Tsige , secretary of Ginbot 7 , may be extradited within 72 hours , according to the two countries accord letting Ginbot 7 leader to surrender to Ethiopian Government
Another source outside Ethiopia told Addis Star Anna Gomes , the 2005 national election led absorber and member of European Union Parliament , is witnessed that the news was true.
Ana writes a latter read as ”Today, I have received information that Mr. Tsege was extradited to Ethiopia, which means that his life and physical integrity are in great danger and that he will be wrongfully accused of crimes he did not commit.”
Anonymous source told ”Within 72 Hours” pre agreement enabled the Ethiopians  government  to grab the leader avoiding further diplomatic efforts could come from third party.
Source ( EthioExpoler.com)


(Update)This statement was issued today by the Foreign and Commonwealth Office.( July 4, 2014  )
On the case
“A British national, Andargachew Tsege, was reported missing in Yemen on 24 June. Since then UK officials have pressed the Yemeni authorities at senior levels to establish his whereabouts, including meeting with the Yemeni Ambassador in London this week. We are aware of reports that he may now be in Ethiopia and we are urgently seeking confirmation from the relevant authorities given our deep concerns about the case. We are continuing to provide consular assistance to his family.
“We are aware of reports that he may now be in Ethiopia and are urgently seeking confirmation. If confirmed this would be deeply concerning given our consistent requests for information from the Yemeni authorities, the lack of any notification of his detention in contravention of the Vienna Convention and our concerns about the death penalty that Mr Tsege could face in Ethiopia.”
On the British Government’s stance on the death penalty
“The UK opposes the death penalty in all circumstances as a matter of principle. Its use undermines human dignity, there is no conclusive evidence of its deterrent value, and any miscarriage of justice leading to its imposition is irreversible and irreparable. We continue to call on all countries around the world that retain the death penalty to cease its use.”

Below  is  the link of  the video shown from Ethiopian   TV in which Andargachew  has been interviewed  from  unknown location.







Below   is the attachment  letter  written by  MP  Anna Gomez
omez. 

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