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Oromo protests & land grab in Ethiopia is story of actual human tragedy that now is shaking TPLF to its core

11 Aug

Posted by The Ethiopia Observatory (TEO)

 
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በኦሮሚያ ሕዝባዊ ትግል የራስን መብት በማስከበር፣ በሰንዳፋ በአንድ ቢሊዮን ብር የተገነባው ዘመናዊ የደረቅ ቆሻሻ ማጠራቀሚያ ጥቅም ላይ እንዳይውል ሕዝቡ ከለከለ! አዲዮስ አዲስ አበባ ማስተር ፕላን እነበሪሁን ተወልደ መድኅን እስካልነገሡ ድረስ!

20 Jul

በከፍያለው ገብረመድኅን፣ The Ethiopia Observatory (TEO)
 

በሕወሃት አስተዳደር ጋጠ ወጥነት፣ የሥልጣን ብልግናና ማን አለብኝነት ያላግባብ ሰንዳፋ የባከነው የሃገር ሃብት የሚያሳዝን ቢሆንም፡ የኦሮሚያ ሕዝብ የመሬት ዘራፊው የሕወሃት ቆሻሻ መጣያ ላለመሆን የወሰደውን እርምጃ ቆራጥነትን ከልብ እንደግፋለን!

ዛሬ ትምህርት የሚማርና የሚገባው አስተዳደር በኢትዮጵያ ካለ፣ በኦሮሚያና በጎንደር እየጋሙ ያሉት ሕዝባዊ ተቃውሞዎች የሚያሳዩት ነገር ቢኖር፡ ኢትዮጵያ ውስጥ ከእንግዲህ ሕወሃት ለምቾቱ ሲል የፈለገውን የሚያደርግበት ዘመን ማክተሙን ነው!
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የሕዝባዊ ትግል ውጤት፡                        በሰንዳፋ በአንድ ቢሊዮን ብር በተገነባው ዘመናዊ ደረቅ ቆሻሻ ማጠራቀሚያ መጠቀም ሕዝቡ ከለከለ!

20 Jul

Posted by The Ethiopia Observatory (TEO)
በሪፖርተር
 

“ለጊዜው ሌሎች ማጠራቀሚያዎች እየፈለግን ነው”

  የፅዳት አስተዳደር ኤጀንሲ

ለደረቅ ቆሻሻ ማጠራቀሚያ ከአንድ ቢሊዮን ብር በላይ ወጪ ተገንብቶ በታኅሳስ ወር 2008 ዓ.ም. አገልግሎት መስጠት ጀምሮ የነበረው “ሰንዳፋ ሳኒተሪ ላንድ ፊል” ዘመናዊ የደረቅ ቆሻሻ ማጠራቀሚያ ውስጥ፣ ከአዲስ አበባ ከተማ እየተወሰደ የሚደፋው ቆሻሻ እንዳይወገድ ተከለከለ፡፡
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HRW interview about TPLF’s bloody crackdown against peaceful dissent

16 Jun

Posted by The Ethiopia Observatory (TEO)
by Birgit Schwarz
 

Since November 2015, Ethiopia’s Oromia region has been rocked by widespread protests. State security forces have responded to the largely peaceful protests with lethal force, resulting in the loss of more than 400 lives. Thousands have been wounded. Tens of thousands have been arrested and many remain in detention without charge. Many of those killed or detained by security forces are students. Human Rights Watch’s Birgit Schwarz talks to Ethiopia researcher Felix Horne about what triggered the protests, why the government’s brutal crackdown has received so little attention, and how he went about gathering credible evidence for his latest report, “Such a Brutal Crackdown,” in a highly repressive country that refuses to let in human rights researchers.
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Oromo protests expose TPLF’s misgovernance & corruption; casts huge shadow over Ethiopia’s construction boom

21 Mar

Posted by The Ethiopia Observatory (TEO)
by William Davison, Bloomberg

Ethiopian farmer Mulugeta Mezemir on his farmland in front of Country Club Developers properties in Addis Ababa, Ehiopia. Photographer: William Davison/Bloomberg

      * Building glut seen fueling biggest political crisis in decade

      * Fatal land protests near capital have raged since November

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Oromo Liberation Front (OLF): Lasting peace can only be attained in Ethiopia when people’s rights are respected! Would TPLF like peace?

15 Mar

Posted by The Ethiopia Observatory (TEO)
Oromo Liberation Front Press Release (OLF)
 

The Oromo people‟s protest to end the military occupation of Oromia and to demand their natural and internationally recognized rights has been going on without interruption for the last four months. During this time, our people and members of the revolutionary youth have conducted themselves with unparalleled discipline by respecting the rights and properties of other nationals living among them and those of its neighbors. The high level determination and discipline the Oromo mass in general the Oromo youth in particular have exhibited during these difficult times have very few parallels. The discipline earned them admiration and sympathy from many in the region and from the rest of the world and propelled them into making headlines in the international news media.
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ADDIS STANDARD Editorial: Political responsibility (not vague apology) should come first!

13 Mar

Posted by The Ethiopia Observatory (TEO)
 

Save for yesterday’s [March 10, 2016] vague ‘apology’ from Ethiopia’s Prime Minister Hailemariam Desalegn [in parliament], the ruling party in Ethiopia is dead silent on the scale of the tragedy that gripped Ethiopia recently. But it only takes a simple drive through villages within 100 -300km radius and a sit-and-talk session with villagers to understand that what happened in the last four months (and is happening to a lesser extent) has, by and large, left an ugly rupture in Ethiopia’s already wobbly state-citizen relationship.
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What do Oromo protests mean for Ethiopian unity? – A reasonably better off BBC perspectives to date!

9 Mar

Posted by The Ethiopia Observatory (TEO)
BBCNews

As protests in Ethiopia over the rights of the country’s Oromo people continue, Addis Ababa-based journalist James Jeffrey considers if they are threatening the country’s unity.
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