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The European Commission is considering making Eritrea a partner for “managing migration” amid calls for its leaders to be tried for crimes against humanity.The EU’s executive body listed the East African nation among 16 possible countries in line for unspecified “packages” to increase co-operation as the refugee crisis continues.
Its report listed enslavement, imprisonment, enforced disappearances, torture, persecution, rape, murder and other abuses as part of what investigators said was a campaign to control Eritrean civilians dating back to the country’s foundation in 1991.An EU report said research had shown a “direct link” between migration policies in Europe, the Middle East and Africa, and that flows were being driven by both conflict and economic factors.Major refugee routes run through Africa, with smugglers transporting migrants in desperate conditions through countries – including Ethiopia, Sudan and Libya – on lengthy journeys that not all survive.Nations chosen by the EU will be offered diplomatic, technical and financial incentives and aid as part of the scheme, although no details have been announced.“Eritrea is an authoritarian State,” said Mike Smith, chair of the UN .“There is no independent judiciary, no national assembly and there are no other democratic institutions in Eritrea.
“This has created a governance and rule of law vacuum, resulting in a climate of impunity for crimes against humanity to be perpetrated over a quarter of a century.
These crimes are still occurring today.” The UN Commission, which received thousands of testimonies and written submissions, called for perpetrators to be sent to the International Criminal Court and claimed there was no prospect of them being held to account under the current administration.
“Eritreans also continue to be subjected to indefinite national service, arbitrary detention, reprisals for the alleged conduct of family members, discrimination on religious or ethnic grounds, sexual and gender-based violence and killings,” the report said.
It alleged that officials at the highest levels of government, in the ruling party, National Security Office and commanding military officers “bear responsibility for crimes against humanity and other gross human rights violations”.
But a European Commission document on its New Migration Partnership Framework said it was testing a new approach to Eritrea and other selected countries to increase co-operation on managing migration.
Sudan, Afghanistan, Ethiopia, Somalia and Tunisia were among the other candidates, which include several listed as countries of concern in a human rights report by the British Government.