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‘TPLF Supreme Court’: Only in Ethiopia is ethnicity evidence for ‘justice’ to be done!

30 Apr

Editor’s Note:

    Blood is thicker than water, as the saying goes. The TPLF that always itches to rob by nationalizing enterprises of non-Tigreans today chosen to letting what is left of Esayas Bahre, former president of DBE. He along with seven or so TPLF senior members and generals fled the country with public funds to a Middle East country they have been hiding eEver since. As time goes by, the TPLF has been mum, not interested in their return and being held accountable.

    Why has the TPLF not sought to expedite their return to the country, activating the international mechanism, that is, the Interpol neglected?
    Are there tightly-kept secrets that could be spilled over regarding several TPLF generals, including Samora Yunus and Gen. Kinfe Dagnew, and many others?
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በጋምቤላ መሬት የተቀራመቱ የቀን ጅቦች ሕጉ ተፈጻሚ እንዳይሆንባቸው ለደጋፊዎቻቸው ዋይታቸውን እያሰሙ ነው! ምነው ዋና ዘራፊዎቹ እዚህ አልተጠቀሱ?

27 Apr

Posted by The Ethiopia Observatory (TEO)
 

አዲስ አበባ ፣ ሚያዚያ 19 ፣ 2009 (ኤፍ ቢ ሲ) የእፎይታ ጊዜያችን ሳያልቅ እንዲሁም በመሬት መደራረብ ምክንያት ስራ አቁሙ በተባልንበት ሁኔታ ውላችን እንዲሰረዝ ተደርጎብናል ሲሉ በጋምቤላ ክልል በግብርና ኢንቨስትመንት ላይ የተሰማሩ ባለሀብቶች ቅሬታቸውን ያሰማሉ።
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Ethiopian scholar warns country’s overstretched economy risks collapse

29 Mar

Posted by The Ethiopia Observatory (TEO)
by Andualem Sisay, AfricaReview

“What will happen if they (China) stopped such funding tomorrow? What if, for instance, the Chinese government tomorrow says sell for me Ethio Telecom or sell to me Ethiopian Airlines or give me some share or buy my airplanes or I will stop such credit financing? The country will collapse, I guarantee you”!

Prof. Alemayehu Geda (left) of Addis Ababa University and London University, presenting his paper on Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) to Ethiopia in Addis Ababa. PHOTO | ANDUALEM SISAY

Prof. Alemayehu Geda (left) of Addis Ababa University and London University, presenting his paper on Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) to Ethiopia in Addis Ababa. PHOTO | ANDUALEM SISAY

The Ethiopian government’s growing reliance on foreign loans is posing a serious risk of economic collapse, a paper presented Friday March 25, 2016 by a renowned local economist says.
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