Dawit Isaak has been arrested since 2001. In 1997, with a group of journalists, Isaak found Setit, the first independent newspaper in Eritrea’s history. During 2001 a group of politicians and ministers, who later named “G-15”, began criticizing the first President of Eritrea Isaias Afewerki of his way in running the country. The G-15 demanded elections to be held as promised and for the propose of constitution to be implemented.
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