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Update on Daniel and Netsanet Print E-mail
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Tuesday, 01 January 2008

Daniel Bekele and Netsanet DemissieAfter two years of stay in prison, human rights activists, Daniel Bekele and Netsanet Demissie have been sentenced to two and a half years prison on Wednesday 26 December.

They are reportedly to be freed since the two activists have served two/third of their sentence. Local newspapers indicated that the presiding judge excluded himself from the verdict saying Daniel and Netsanet were free of charge.

Contrary to the annoucements of that they would walk free in few days, reliable sources revealed that their release could be delayed up to four months by the court.

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