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ጋዜጣዊ መግለጫ፡ ለማ መገርሳ ለወያኔ ያለምንም የፍራቻ መንፈስ የነገሯቸውና የሕወሃቶች ችርቻሮ

7 Jan

Posted by The Ethiopia Observatory (TEO)
 


 

Ethiopia: The sordid story of Bado Shidisht, TPLF’s underground torture chamber

12 May

Posted by The Ethiopia Observatory(TEO)


 

ተጠያቂነት ያላስከተለው የሕወሃት ዘረኝነትና የኢትዮጵያ ፖንዚ ፖለቲካዊ ኤኮኖሚው የተለያዩ መገለጫዎች

27 Mar

በከፍያለው ገብረመድኅን – The Ethiopia Observatory (TEO)
 

በስንቱ አንጀታችን በግኖ፥ ስለስንቱ ክፋትና ወጀለኝነት ተተርኮ ይዘለቃል?

አሁንማ ቅዳሜ ሪፖርተር ላይ እንዳነበብኩት፥ የመጥፎ አስተዳደር ሽልማት በኢትዮጵያ ሕዝብ የተበረከተለት ይመስል፥ አባይ ፀሐዬ እርሱው ራሱ የመልካም አስተዳደር ልሂቅና ምሶሶ ሆኖ ከእንግዲህ መወሰድ ስላለባቸው አስቸኳይ እርምጃዎች በከፍተኛ ደረጃ ተቆርቋሪና ተከራካሪ ተደርጎ ስለመቅረቡ ሳነብ፥ አጥፊው ጻድቅ የሚሆንበት የራዕዩ ዘመን መከሰቻ ላይ መድረሳችን ነው የተሰማኝ።
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Zami Mille – not in Rwanda during the genocide, but in Ethiopia today!

27 Feb

Posted by The Ethiopia Observatory (TEO)
 


 

In the eve of Rwandan genocide, Radio Mille played an important role instigating the violence towards Tutsi’s. According to a historical record the radio station was rowdy and used street language – there were disc jockeys, pop music and phone-ins. Sometimes the announcers were drunk. It was designed to appeal to the unemployed, the delinquents and the gangs of thugs in the militia. “In a largely illiterate population, the radio station soon had a very large audience who found it immensely entertaining.” (Linda Melvern) it was set up and financed by hard-line Hutu extremists, mostly from northern Rwanda: wealthy businessmen, government ministers and various relatives of the President. Its backers also included the directors of two African banks and the vice-president of the interahamwe (militia). Some people – including the Belgian ambassador and staff of several aid agencies – recognized the danger and asked for international help in shutting down the broadcasts, but it was impossible to persuade western diplomats to take it seriously. They dismissed the station as a joke. “
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Unrest in Ethiopia: the ultimate warning shot?

7 Feb

Posted by The Ethiopia Observatory (TEO)
by René Lefort
 
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The culture of power is one of centralisation. But real federalism couldn’t be beyond reach. Oromiya shows that it is becoming an absolute requirement.
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The Tigray Peoples Liberation Front (TPLF), the strongest component of the ruling coalition, from the middle of 2014 has faced the highest level of Tigrean popular discontent since its inception 40 years ago. That came first. Now the unrest in the most populated region of Ethiopia has sent to the regime as a whole the most shattering warning shot since its arrival in power in 1991.
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በአንድ ጀምበር ሚሊየነር የሚሆኑ ግለሰቦችን ጉዳይ በማንሳት የፓርላማው አባላት የፀረ ሙስና ኮሚሽን ክስ ያለመመሥረት ዳተኝነት ላይ የሰላ ትችት ሰነዘሩ – ሪፖርተር

7 Feb

Posted by The Ethiopia Observatory (TEO)

“ቀማኛ በምክር አይመለስም” ሲሉ ተችተዋል

በአንድ ጀምበር ሚሊየነር የሚሆኑ ግለሰቦችን ጉዳይ አንስተዋል

የፓርላማው አባላትና የሕግ ፍትሕና አስተዳደር ጉዳዮች ቋሚ ኮሚቴ የሰላ ትችታቸውን በፌዴራል ሥነ ምግባርና ፀረ ሙስና ኮሚሽን ላይ ሰነዘሩ፡፡
አባላቱ የተለያዩ የመንግሥት ተቋማትና የሥራ ኃላፊዎች በግዥ ሰበብና በተለያዩ መንገዶች የሕዝብና የአገር ጥቅም ለመዝረፍ ረዥም ርቀት መሄዳቸውን ኮሚሽኑ ቢያረጋግጥም፣ በምክር እያለፋቸው የምክር አገልግሎት መስጠት ላይ አዘንብሏል በማለት ተችተዋል፡፡
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የኤርሚያስ አመልጋ እሥርና የአክሰስ ጉዳይ ሕወሃትን ትዕዝብት ላይ ቢጥለውም፣ የባሰው ግን ‘ወንጀለኛ ባለሥልጣኖች ለምን አይታሠሩም?’ የሚለው 25 ዓመታት ያስቆጠረው ጥያቄ ነው!

3 Feb

በከፍያለው ገብረመድኅን – The Ethiopia Observatory (TEO)

በዚህ ሣምንት Addis Fortune Access’ Drama Continues (Feb 1/2016) በሚል ርዕስ ያወጣው ጽሁፍ ወደኋላ መለስ ብዬ ሰለአቶ ኤርምያስ አመልጋ አንዳንድ ነገሮችን እንዳስታውስ አድርጎኛል።
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Denials notwithstanding Abay Tsehaye’s arrogance provided a spark for Ethiopians’ long repressed need for revolt against TPLF!

20 Jan

Posted by The Ethiopia Observatory (TEO)
by Hassen Hussein*

(OPride) – Every revolution has its villain—some well deserved, others not so. The ongoing Oromo protests, which began in November, is gradually morphing into a revolution similar to the Arab Spring and not unlike the color revolutions that swept decades of authoritarian rule in Eastern Europe.
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