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TPLF Leaders’ Arrogance and Contempt Invites Further Bloodshed – Human Rights League of the Horn of Africa (HRLHA)

24 Feb

Posted by The Ethiopia Observatory (TEO)

The following is a statement from the Human Rights League of the Horn of Africa (HRLHA).

February 23, 2015

Since the downfall of the military government of Ethiopia in 1991, the political and socioeconomic lives of the country have totally been controlled by the Tigray People’s Liberation Front/TPLF leaders and business institutions. As soon as the TPLF controlled Addis Ababa, the capital city, in 1991, the first step it took was to create People’s Democratic Organizations (PDOs) in the name of different nations and nationalities in the country. With the help of these PDOs, the TPLF managed to control the whole country in a short period of time from corner to corner.
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Semayawi Party leader speaks out on TPLF’s massacre of university students in Ethiopia

21 May

Posted by The Ethiopia Observatory

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ተቃውሞ እና ጭፍጨፋ በኦሮሚያ

21 May

Posted by The Ethiopia Observatory
በተመስገን ደሳለኝ (አዲስ አበባ), ግንቦት 13, 2014

ዕለተ-ሐሙስ፤ ሚያዚያ 23 ቀን 2006 ዓ.ም የታሪካዊቷ አምቦ ከተማ ጀንበር አዘቅዝቃ ሰማዩ መቅላት ሲጀምር፣ ከወትሮው ለየት ያለ ጉዳይ በሰደድ እሳት ፍጥነት ጠቅላላ የዩንቨርስቲ ግቢውን አዳርሶ ተማሪውን ከባድ ሃሳብ ላይ ጣለው፡፡ ሌሊቱ ዕኩሌታ ላይ የግቢው ኦሮምኛ ተናጋሪ ተማሪ በሙሉ ስለጉዳዩ መረጃው እንደደረሰው ያረጋገጡ ጥቂት አስተባባሪዎች በተረፈችዋ ሰዓት ቢያንስ ጎናቸውን ለማሳረፍ ወደየመኝታቸው ሲያዘግሙ ተስተዋሉ፡፡ …ነገስ ምን ይዞ ይመጣ ይሆን? አንዳቸውም ይህን አስቀድመው የማወቅ መለኮታዊ ፀጋ አልነበራቸውም፤ የሚያውቁት በግቢው ስታዲዮም ለመሰብሰብ ቀጠሮ መያዛቸውን ብቻ ነው፡፡ ከዚያስ? አንድ ስሙን መናገር ያልፈለገ የዩኒቨርስቲው ሁለተኛ ዓመት ተማሪ እና የተቃውሞው አስተባባሪ ክስተቱን በእኔ ብዕር እንዲህ ይተርክልናል፡-
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Ethiopia must provide justice for scores of protestors killed, injured & arrested in Oromia

14 May

Posted by The Ethiopia Observatory
Amnesty International PUblic Statement

Amnesty International condemns the use of excessive force by security forces against peaceful protesters in a number of locations across the Oromia region during the last two weeks, which has resulted in the deaths and injuries of dozens of people including students and children. Many hundreds of protesters are reported to have been arbitrarily arrested, and are being detained incommunicado and without charge. Detainees are at risk of torture.
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