የጋምቤላ ሙስና ደረጃ በዛሬው ዜና ሲታይ፣ ለሕግ የሚገዛ አስተዳደር የሌላት ኢትዮጵያ ሃገሪቷን በየደረጃው ‘መረን የለሿ ምዕራብ’ – (Wild West) አድርጓታል!

23 Apr

Posted by The Ethiopia Observatory (TEO)
 
በጋምቤላ ክልል ተገቢ ያልሆነ የኢንቨስትመንት ፍቃድና የመሬት ካርታ በመስጠት ምንጩ ያልታወቀ ሃብት ያፈሩ ግለሰቦች ክስ ተመሰረተባቸው
 
አዲስ አበባ ፣ ሚያዚያ 13 ፣ 2009 (ኤፍ ቢ ሲ) በጋምቤላ ክልል ከ28 በላይ ለሆኑ ባለሃብቶች ተገቢ ያልሆነ የኢንቨስትመንት ፍቃድና የመሬት ካርታ በመስጠትና በባንክ ካዝናቸው ምንጩ ያልታወቀ ከ20 ሚሊየን ብር በላይ ሃብት ያፈሩ ከ25 በላይ ሰራተኛ እና ሃላፊዎች ላይ ክስ ተመሰረተ።

በጋምቤላ ከተማ ከፍተኛ ፍርድ ቤት ወንጀል ችሎት የቀረበው ክስ፥ የክልሉ የመሬት አስተዳደር ባለስልጣን፣ የኢንቨስትመንት ኤጀንሲ እንዲሁም በሕገወጥ ተግባሩ አገናኝ የነበሩ ደላሎች ላይ የተመሰረተ ነው።
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UN Security Council may deliberate on HR issues in peace & security issues; TPLF wallows in self-serving opposition!

21 Apr

By Keffyalew Gebremedhin The Ethiopia Observatory (TEO)
 
As the Security Council’s newly-minted member in January 2017, my country Ethiopia – through Ambassador Tekeda Alemu – was found last Wednesday lining up with the few opponents of the Council’s consideration of Human Rights and the Prevention of Armed Conflict.

Certainly, the world cannot miss why the murderous TPLF regime in Ethiopia is fallaciously opposed to such timely and important thematic undertaking by the Security Council, i.e., to integrate human rights into its work on international peace and security. Striking, however, is the intriguing coincidence, if at all, of the discussions on the inter-related issues taking place on the same day in both Addis Abeba and New York.
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TPLF throws every young man to prison & its Prison Commission says it’s unable to feed detainees

21 Apr

Posted by The Ethiopia Observatory (TEO)
 
ESAT News (April 20, 2017) The Amhara region prison commission says it is unable to feed and provide medical services to the over 66,000 prisoners under its custody and called on authorities to seek solutions to the dwindling resources to take care of the prisoners.
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ESAT News! ኢሣት ዜና! የድርቅና በሽታ መስፋፋት በኢትዮጵያ፤ በአማራ ክልል ከ50ሺ በላይ እሥረኞች ያለፍርድ ለዓመታት መታጎር

21 Apr

በምቾት ውልውል ያሉት ኮሚሽነሩ ምትኩ ካሳ (Fana Credit)

Posted by The Ethiopia Observatory (TEO)
 

ኢትዮጵያውያንን በየአካባቢው ርሃብ እየቆላቸው ቢሆንም፣ ይህንን ችግር ለመፍታት በኃላፊነት የተሰየሙት ኮሚሽነር ምትኩ ካሳ – ከወገን መርገፍ በላይ የራሳቸውን ተቀባይነት ለማስፋፋት– “ሃገሪቱ በዋናነት በራስ አቅም የድርቅ አደጋን እየተቋቋመች መሆኗ” ትልቅ ስኬት እንደሆነ መናገራቸውን ዛሬ ገልጸዋል።
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Talks between ruling party & opposition dominated by TPLF

19 Apr

Posted by The Ethiopia Observatory (TEO)
 
Fana Wednesday reported that on their ninth session, the ruling party and the legal opposition that were in engaged in the talks to open up Ethiopia’s political space have agreed to designate leaders and members of the negotiating committee.
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Do 3 shuts in 10 years, you’re out! African gov’ts could be denied IP addresses for shutting the internet

19 Apr

Posted by The Ethiopia Observatory (TEO)
by Abdi Latif Dahir, Quartz Africa
 
African governments that shut down the internet could face strict measures if a new proposal to the regional internet registry is adopted.

The policy suggestion states that after the end of any shutdown, governments and any of their related bodies should not be allocated an IP address for one year.

The ban would also affect any transfer of addresses to government-owned entities in those 12 months. And if an African government performs three or more shutdowns in a period of 10 years, the proposition mandates that all services provided to them revoked, with no allocations offered for a period of five years.
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Ethiopia’s Bloody Crackdown: The Case for International Justice

19 Apr

Posted by The Ethiopia Observatory (TEO)
by Felix Horne, Huffington Post
 
Ethiopian security forces gunned down at least 100 people a week ago in the bloodiest weekend in the ninth month of anti-government protests. Unlike previous protests, which have been largely confined to the Oromia region, the protests on August 6 and 7 were also in the northern Amhara region. Altogether at least 500 people have been killed since November and tens of thousands have been detained during the largely peaceful protests.
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Ethiopia: Another Liquidity Crisis within Three Months!

18 Apr

Editor’s Note:

    This, ought to be expected. Under unaccountable system of governance, when the going gets rough, there are bound to be official recourses to such nationally disastrous actions, perhaps not unlawful, but harmful as they may be to the broader society.

    The author is right, in democratic countries, the regulator, i.e., the central bank, operates with the nation’s interests at heart. Unfortunately, the heart of those in power and the regulators in Ethiopia are in the same place: upkeeping and, if possible, continuity of the beleaguered regime in Ethiopia as ther primary goal.
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