Abbaa Duulaan Sobamuun Kanaan Haa Raawwatu.

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Damee Boruun  , Qabsoon Uummataa Oromoo Prime Minister Haayile Mariyam Dasaleyni yaroo of irraa darbu TPLF muddamtee Labsi Yaroo Muddamaa maqaa mana maree Miisteerotan labsite. Labsiin kun labsii sobaan godhame. Ministeerota ishee keessaa Dr. Nagarii Leenco  fi Dr. Werqinee Gabayehu  biyya Ameerkaa utuu jiranii deegarsa guutuu mana marree ministeerootaan darbe jedhamu hin qabu. TPLF nama Oromoo sobaan aangoo irra haa keessu malee akka namatti sagalee isaanii lakkawwuu ishee hin barbaachisu. Waan TPLF jette fudhachuu malee ofiifuu mirga namumaa hin qaban. Garuu afaan hin du’uuf uummata keenyaaf dhaabbanee jira jedhanii dubbatu. Continue reading

E.U. must stop treating Ethiopia regime with kid gloves – MEP wants action

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E.U. must stop treating Ethiopia regime with kid gloves – MEP wants action

March 4, 2018 (African News) — The European Union (E.U.) must start being tough with the Ethiopian regime especially given the current political climate, a Member of the European Parliament has said.

MEP Ana Gomes has thus requested that the parliament summons the E.U. Commission vice-president and top diplomat to explain the body’s most recent statement on the Ethiopian crisis.

According to her, the statement was weak and failed to send a strong signal to the regime especially relating to the reinstatement of a state of emergency (SoE) – the second measure in the last two years. Continue reading

Ethiopia: With Nobody in Charge, a State  of Emergency was Approved by a Fractured Ethiopian parliament

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HRLHA Press Release, March 3, 2018

The State of Emergency declared by the Ethiopian Council of Ministers was approved by the Ethiopian parliament on March 2, 2018.  It is a gift to the Agazi killing squad, authorization to commit  more crimes.

There is no extraordinary situation on the ground that poses a fundamental threat to the country that requires a State of Emergency declaration.as well, the declaration appears at odds with the decisions of  the ruling Ethiopian People’s Revolutionary Democratic Front (EPRDF)’s willingness to allow more space for democracy and releasing political prisoners.

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