World’s doctor gives WHO headache: A clear case of TPLF-inculcated intransparency

16 Jan

Posted by The Ethiopia Observatory (TEO)
by SARAH WHEATON, Politico: World’s doctor gives WHO a headache
 
Seven months into his tenure, the early moves of the WHO’s first African chief are stoking a backlash.

His supporters say Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus promised to shake the institution up. The critics, increasingly emboldened, say he’s undermining the World Health Organization’s effectiveness and putting its funding at risk.
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ከሕወሃት ክህደት ባሻገር፣ የሕወሃት ወይስ የትግራይ የበላይነት፣ወይንስ የትግሬዎችም በጣምራ ለሶስት ሃገራችንን የተቆጣጠሩት?

14 Jan

Posted by The Ethiopia Observatory (TEO)
 

 
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ሕወሃት መደናገጡ ሲያይልበት ዜጎችን ማደናገሪያና ማደንዘዣ እንዲሆኑ ተግባራዊ የማይሆኑ የልማት ሥራዎችን ይደረደራል

13 Jan

በከፍያለው ገብረመድኅን The Ethiopia Observatory (TEO)
 
የሕወሃትን አሰተዳደር ከሁሉም መንግሥታት ለየት የሚያደርገው፡ ውሸትና ማምታታት ያላንዳች ማወላወል ከዓመት ዓመት ዋነኛ የፖለቲካና ፕሮፓጋንዳ መሣሪያው አድርጎ መቆየቱ ነው።

ለምሣሌ ዛሬ ቅዳሜ ሪፖርተር ስለቱሪዝም ኢንዱስትሪው ባቀረበው ዜና በአሁኑ ወቅት የሁለተኛው ዙር የአምስት ዓመት የልማት ፕላን ስለቱሪዝም ከተቀመጠው ግብ 90 በመቶ ተግባራዊ መሆኑን የባህልና ቱሪዝም ሚኒስትሯ ዶ/ር ሂሩት ወልደማርያም ለፓርላማ ምሥክርነታችውን መሥጠታቸውን ሪፖርተር ይጠቅሳል።
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Tourism conundrum? Or TPLF engaging in political deceit in tourism for propaganda purposes!

13 Jan

Posted by The Ethiopia Observatory (TEO)
by the Reporter: Tourism conundrum
 
The past two years had been particularly hard on Ethiopia’s tourism sector. The political unrest in Oromia, Amhara and Ethio-Somali regional states have stained the relatively peaceful Ethiopian political environment. Tourism was the first sector to take a hit after the outbreak of the unrest. What is puzzling is the fact that official figures are telling a different story. In spite of the unrest, the Ministry of Culture and Tourism reports that the sector has never been better in terms of tourist flow and revenue, write Asrat Seyoum and Birhanu Fikade.
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የሕወሃትንና የትግራይን የበላይነትና ትሥሥራቸውን ለያይቶ መገንዘብ ያስፈልጋል!

12 Jan

በከፍያለው ገብረመድኅን The Ethiopia Observatory (TEO)
 

ባለፉት 27 ዓመታት ኢትዮጵያውያን፡ የሕወሃትን የበላይነት ባይቀበሉትም ጠንቅቀው አውቀውታል! በሕወሃት አባሎችና በመላው የትግራይ መካክለል የእኩልነት፣ የሃብትና የተደላደለ ኑሮ ጠበል ለሁሉም ባይዳረስ፣ የትግራይ
የበላይነት ከአድዋ ተጉዞ፣ በመካከላቸው ያሠረጸው ተስፋ በሃገሪቷ መጎርመት መመጀመሩ እያደር ይበልጥ እየታየ ነው!

ደብረጽዮን ገብረሚካኤል ለሕወሃት ሊቀመንበርነት በተመረጡ በሣምንት ውስጥ ነው በሕወሃት ስም የሚነግዱትን ለፍርድ እንደሚያቀርቡ ማስጠንቀቂያ የሠጡት። ይህ ማለት ደብረጽዮን ንጹህና ተሃድሶ በእርግጥ የመሻት ሳይሆነ፡ የኢትዮጵያ ሕዝብ ቁጣ በድርጅቱ ሙሰኝናትና ዘረኝነት መማረሩን ከመገንዘብ ለጊዜው ለመቆጣጠር መሆኑ አያጠራጥርም።

ስለሕወሃት የበላይነት እየተነጋገርን እያለን ትግራዊ ካልሆኑ ኢትዮጵያውያን የተለያዩ አስተያየቶች ተሠንረዋል። ሊሆን አይችልም የሚለው ኢትዮጵያዊነትን ያንጸባረቀ ጥርጥር ከሚያሳዩ — ከዚህ በላይ ምን ያድርጉን — እስከሚሉ በጋለ ቁጣ የተሞሉ ዜጎችም አሉ።

እኔ እንደምገነዘበው፣ ካለፈው ዓመት ይልቅ ዘንድሮ እኔም የሕወሃት የበላይነት አለ ወደሚለው ብቻ ሳይሆን፡ የትግራይም የሚያሰኙኝ ብዙ ምልክቶች እየታዩኝ ነው። እያንዳንዱ ሕዋታዊም ከልብ ያምንበታል።

በሌላ አባባል፣ ለማንኛውም ኢትዮጵያዊ ዛሬ ትልቁ ተግባር የእነዚህን አንድነትና ልዩነት አበክሮ ማየትና መከታተል፣ እንዲሁም የሃገራችንን ነጻ የማውጣቱ ትግል አካል ማድረግ ያስፈልጋል!
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TPLF courts continue handing down prison terms to political prisoners, despite latest promise of releases

11 Jan

Posted by The Ethiopia Observatory (TEO)

ESAT News (January 11, 2018) Ethiopian courts, seen by many as instruments of the oppressive regime, have continued handing down prison terms to dissidents who insist terrorism charges brought against them were politically motivated.

A court in Addis Ababa today sentenced thirty-three defendants to prison terms ranging from 15 to 18 years for allegedly being members and supporters of an opposition group, Patriotic Ginbot 7.
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How Ethiopia’s Adoption Industry Dupes Families and Bullies Activists

11 Jan

Posted by The Ethiopia Observatory (TEO)
by The Atlantic
 
As the “searchers” who track down adopted children’s histories increasingly uncover stories of fraud, corruption, and worse, these specialists are facing threats and even violence.
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TPLF regime continues jailing opponents despite promise to release political prisoners

10 Jan

Posted by The Ethiopia Observatory (TEO)
 
ESAT News (January 10, 2018) Ethiopian regime prosecutors brought “treason” and “terrorism” charges against political opponents a week after the Prime Minister promised to release political prisoners to bring what he called “national consensus” and “broaden the political space.”

Five soldiers in Eastern Ethiopia were accused of recruiting members of the army to join the Oromo Liberation Front (OLF) an opposition group outlawed by the regime, according to The Reporter.

The prosecutor accused that the soldiers were plotting to carry out missions by the OLF.

Meanwhile, a court in Addis Ababa sentences a political prisoner to four years in prison, according a local journalist who follows court proceedings of political opponents.

Girum Asnake and others were accused of being members and supporters of Patriotic Ginbot 7, also outlawed by the regime.

Asnake argued in court that written evidences presented by regime prosecutors were fabricated.
 

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