Mahmoud Ahmed Sherifo (born 1948), commonly known simply as Sherifo, served briefly as the Head of State of Eritrea while the President was away. He joined the Eritrean Liberation Front in 1967. He also served as Minister of Foreign Affairs before his last posting as Minister of Local Government. During this time he was also appointed Chairman of the Committee to prepare the draft laws concerning the first round of National Elections and the Political Party laws.

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  • Mahmud Ahmed "Sherifo" est un homme politique érythréen né en 1948 dans la province d'Akkelé Guzae.
  • Mahmoud Ahmed Sherifo ist ein eritreischer Politiker. Mahmoud Ahmed Sherifo trat 1967 der Eritreischen Befreiungsfront bei. 1992 wurde er der zweite Außenminister des Landes, als Nachfolger von Mohammed Said Bareh. Von 2000 bis 2001 war er Innenminister.
  • Mahmoud Ahmed Sherifo (born 1948), commonly known simply as Sherifo, served briefly as the Head of State of Eritrea while the President was away. He joined the Eritrean Liberation Front in 1967. He also served as Minister of Foreign Affairs before his last posting as Minister of Local Government. During this time he was also appointed Chairman of the Committee to prepare the draft laws concerning the first round of National Elections and the Political Party laws. Once the drafts were completed the Chairman of the National Assembly (and President), Isaias Afewerki summoned a report on the drafts. Mahmoud Ahmed Sherifo was detained for his hazy role (schemes that occurred on May 19, 1993), and for orchestrating a coup d'état in 2001. Records show he was often absent throughout critical battle and was dubbed "Fisto and Fihira," unique nicknames reserved for cowardly individuals. He has been detained since 2001 following the G-15 affair. Dissidents suggest he has been detained for campaigning for democratic reforms, while official sources contend that his detention is a consequence of "discreetly... solicit[ing ing] support in government circles for ousting the president, and to seek US and UN intervention to end the war on Ethiopia's surrender terms" while being detained. Certain sources indicate that Sherifo died while in custody. Although Eritrea has no post of vice president, nonetheless some sources have listed Sherifo as the vice president, and continue to do so (2006). Amnesty International has named him a prisoner of conscience and called for his immediate release.
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  • Mahmud Ahmed "Sherifo" est un homme politique érythréen né en 1948 dans la province d'Akkelé Guzae.
  • Mahmoud Ahmed Sherifo (born 1948), commonly known simply as Sherifo, served briefly as the Head of State of Eritrea while the President was away. He joined the Eritrean Liberation Front in 1967. He also served as Minister of Foreign Affairs before his last posting as Minister of Local Government. During this time he was also appointed Chairman of the Committee to prepare the draft laws concerning the first round of National Elections and the Political Party laws.
  • Mahmoud Ahmed Sherifo ist ein eritreischer Politiker. Mahmoud Ahmed Sherifo trat 1967 der Eritreischen Befreiungsfront bei. 1992 wurde er der zweite Außenminister des Landes, als Nachfolger von Mohammed Said Bareh. Von 2000 bis 2001 war er Innenminister.
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