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UN High Commissioner for Human Rights Statement on the Situation in Ethiopia

4 Jul

Posted by The Ethiopia Observatory (TEO)

“We are deeply concerned at violent events in Ethiopia this week where a prominent singer and activist from Oromia Region, Hachalu Hundessa, was shot and killed in the capital, Addis Ababa on Monday.

The killing of Hundessa sparked protests across the country, including in the capital and in Oromia Region. While some of the protests were peaceful, a number were violent from the outset. According to information we have received, roads were reported to be blocked in most parts of Oromia Region and buildings vandalised and burnt, while there was gunfire and bomb explosions in Addis Ababa.

The authorities responded to the spread of the protests by shutting down the Internet in Oromia Region, as well as in Addis Ababa, making it extremely difficult to verify reports about the number of people killed and injured. According to the Government, around 50 people were killed, while media sources indicated some 80 people had died, including three members of the security forces.

We note with concern that the protests following Hundessa’s killing have increasingly taken on an ethnic undertone. We therefore call on all, including young people, to stop carrying out ethnically-motivated attacks and to stop inciting to violence, acts that only serve to exacerbate underlying tensions.

We also urge the security forces to exercise restraint when managing protests and to refrain from using unnecessary or disproportionate force.


Ethiopian military deployed after more than 80 killed in protests


Thirty-five people were reported to have been arrested by security forces on Tuesday evening during a protest over the location of Hundessa’s funeral. According to the police, the protesters, who wanted the singer to be buried in Addis Ababa, unsuccessfully tried to prevent his body being taken to his hometown of Ambo. His funeral went ahead in Ambo on Thursday. 

The shutting down of Internet services is of particular concern as it disproportionately restricts the enjoyment of the right to freedom of expression, including freedom to seek, receive and impart information and risks further exacerbating tensions. We urge the authorities to restore Internet access without further delay.

The authorities have announced that suspects in Hachalu Hundessa’s murder have been arrested. It is essential that there is a prompt, thorough, independent, impartial and transparent investigation into his death to ensure those responsible are held accountable. The victims and their families have the right to justice, the truth and reparations.

We also stand ready to provide support to the Ethiopian Human Rights Commission in its investigation of potential human rights violations during these violent events.”

/ UN OHCHR, July 3/ 2020

Ethiopia needs all the help it could garner, including by visiting UN Special Rapporteur to ensure respect for human rights sticks in a nation that has been through a lot!

7 Dec

By Keffyalew Gebremedhin The Ethiopia Observatory (TEO)


Ethiopians have not as yet officially heard of David Kaye’s assessment of the human rights situation in Ethiopia. I guess he still happens to be in the country, having arrived in Addis Abeba on Monday December 2, 2019.

I know he still is in Ethiopia, as we have not learned from the media about his mission culminating in an exit meeting with the nation’s prime minister, as is the tradition.

Otherwise, a quiet exit may emit a different message, an ominous sign Ethiopia’s ugly past of habitual refusal of cooperation with the UN Special Procedures mechanism having made a quiet comeback. Human Rights Watch once described this state of affairs with the Tigray People’s Liberation Front (TPLF) as a “history of [Ethiopia’s] non-cooperation…with UN special mechanisms…” It is only in 2006, Ethiopia was compelled to accept the UN special rapporteur on Eritrea.

Therefore, the present non-meeting with special rapporteur with the highest level of the ruling Oromo Democratic Party (ODP) government may come as a confirmation that past negative habit is alive and well and is still kicking. 

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Open Letter to the 2019 Nobel Laureate Abiy Ahmed

1 Dec

Part II

Dear Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed

By your admission, Prime Minister, eighty-six Ethiopians were killed in various ways up until the last week of October 2019, on account of activist Jawar Mohammed’s incitements—almost all of the killings savage and gruesome.

Troubling as it is, the word “protection”, as a duty of the state, is mentioned fifteen times in the Ethiopian constitution. Ethiopians—including some Ethiopian Oromos—as I am, are accusing you of not having carried out your responsibilities in the spirit of Ethiopian laws and international law, thereby rendering Ethiopia one of the unsafe places in the world today. 

The killings are now minimised in Ethiopia. It is not because the security forces you are the overall commander have opted to protect the helpless victims, but because:

(a) Most Ethiopians have expressed anger in defence of victims, irrespective of ethnicity;

(b) The target populations in Oromia have left their dwellings and are sheltered in nearest churches. How can this be explained?

Today, you are a very fortuitous person the world toasting you in admiration of your selection to receive the Nobel Peace Prize, Foreign Policy  describes your input as superficial.  That notwithstanding, I too would underline your prize is important for our country to become a source of your encouragement to do more and better in future, instead of what you have done so far. There the Nobel Committee too has come with carefully worded statement to the effect: “The Norwegian Nobel Committee believes it is now that Abiy Ahmed’s efforts deserve recognition and need encouragement.”

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Open Letter to the 2019 Nobel Peace Laureate PM Abiy Ahmed

30 Nov

December 1, 2019

Part I

Dear Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed, 

As Ethiopia’s first Nobel Peace Laureate, allow me, Sir, to congratulate you for the honour the Norwegian Nobel Peace Committee has bestowed upon you and, through you, on our nation. I admit such congratulation may be a bit late, coming as it does from an Ethiopian. I beg you to consider it my way of extending to you an early welcome to this part of the world, Scandinavia, on your way to Oslo, Norway, to receive your Nobel Peace Prize on December 10.

I have decided, therefore, before you get too busy with the events surrounding your award ceremony on that day, to put across to you through this Open Letter my worries about the clear signs of fragility that increasingly is besieging our country since you took over. In its more pronounced form especially after last October’s incident, the cause of which was the anti-Ethiopian American of Oromo Muslim extraction whose goal has been to politically profit from Ethiopia’s ensuing crises.

It is already common knowledge around the world now by that he has caused deaths of scores of Ethiopians, the living surviving indignities of violation of all forms—either because of one’s origin, faith or language or all of them—notwithstanding that it is against national laws of many states and international law

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“አንድ ወደፊት ስንሄድ ሁለት ወደኋላ የሚመልሱንን ኃይሎች ማስቆም አለብን”- ጠሚ ዐብይ አሕመድ

3 Nov

Posted by The Ethiopia Observatory (TEO)


ከሩስያ መልስ ባለፈው ሣምንት ጠሚሩ በየቦታ ተዟዙረው ያስተላለፏቸው መልዕክቶች ዓላማ ማግባባትና ማስታረቅ ያሰበ መስሎ ነበር።  ብዙ መለማመጥ ስለታየበትም ቅሬታዎች መፈጠራቸውም  የሚካድ አይደለም። ግራ ሲያጋባም ከርሟል፡፡ ይህ ሊቀጥል ይችላል በሕግ የሚከናወነው እስካልታየ ድረስ። 

የዛሬው የጠሚሩ መግለጫ  ጠቃሚ መረጃ የያዘ ቢሆንም፡ ቁጠኛ ይዘቱ የችግሩን መንስዔ ዒላማው አላደረገም :: “አንዳንዶች እንዲማሩ” ከተባለው ባሻገር—አጥፊዎቹን በሚገባ በመርህና እምነት አቋም ላይ ተመሥርቶ መገሠጽ ሲቻል፣ ሁሉንም በአንድ ሙቀጫ አስመስሎታል።

“ከሟቾቹ መካከል 76 ሰዎች በእርስ በእርስ ግጭት” ጠፍተዋል ሲባልስ፣ ለጠሚሩ የታጠቀና የተደራጀ ኃይል ጥቃት  የመክፈቱ መድበስበስ  አይታያቸውምን?  ለዚህ ጠንካራ መከላከያ አለ ለማለት የሚደፍር የተሻለ መረጃውን ቢያዘጋጅ ይጠቅማል።  የመንግሥት አካሄድ ግን የችግሩን መንስዔ ባልተገቡ ቅጽሎች  ደርቶ ለማጥፋት የተሰላ ነገር ይኖራል የሚል ሥጋት አሳድሯል።

ዜጎች እንደሃገር ከጠሚሩ ለመጀመሪያ ጊዜ ስንሰማ፣ ቁጣን ማሳየታቸው ምክንያቱ ግልጽ ነው። ሆኖም ሕዝቡ አንጀቱ እርር ብግን ብሎ መንግሥት ባብዛኛው ለዜጎች ከለላ ባልሆነበት ሁኔታ— ስሜቱን በጨዋነት መግለጹና ከመንግሥት ጋር መቆሙ በእርሳቸውም በኩል ክብደት ሊሠጠው በተገባ ነበር።

እርሳቸውም ይህንን በመገንዘብ ይመስለናል፣  “ነገሩን ሁሉ …ከስሜት በላይ ሆነን የተጋረጠብንን አደጋ በብልሃት መቀልበስ እንድንችል የዘወትር ትብብራችሁ እልዳይለየን እጠይቃለሁ” ብለው በመግለጫችው ወቅት ጥሪ ያደረጉት።

ስለሆነም ከዚህ በፊት ተግባራዊነታቸው ያላመረቃ —አሁን በታደሱ—የሚከተሉት አምስት ቃል ኪዳኖች እንደገና በአዲስ የድርጊት አቅጣጫ ሆነው ተጠቁመዋል:-

(ሀ) “አንዳንዶች እንዲማሩ ተብሎ ሠፊ ልብና ትክሻ ሲሠጣቸው አጋጣሚውን ሳይጠቀሙበት ቀርተው የዜጎች ሕይወት ለአደጋ የሚጋለጥበት ምክንያት መፈጠሩን…” በዚህም ረገድ “ዋልታ ረገጥ የብሄርና የእምነት ጫፍ ላይ ቆመው ችግሮችን የሚያባብሱ ወገኖችም አስተያየቶቻቸውና መልእክቶቻቸው ተጨማሪ ዕልቂትና ጥፋት ከሚያመጣ ማናቸውም ተግባር እንዲቆጠቡም አሳስበዋል።”

(ለ) “መንግት የዜጎችንና የተቋማትን ደኅንነት ለመጠበቅ የሃገሪቱ ሕግ ባስቀመጠው መሠረት እንደሚሠራ፤

(ሐ) “በአንድ በኩል የፖለቲካውንና የዴሞክራሲውን ምኅዳር ለማስፋት፤ በሌላ በኩል ደግሞ ፍትህንና የሕግ የበላይነትን ለማረጋገጥ እንደሚሠራም አስታውቅዋል።”

(መ) “ያለፉትን ስህተቶች ለማረም እየሠራን በሌላ በኩል ደግሞ ሰላምና ደኅንነትን ለማረጋገጥ ሕጋዊና ተመጣጣኝ እርምጃ እንወስዳለን። በዚህ አግባብም አልሚ ሁሉ ራውን፤ አጥፊ ሁሉ ደግሞ በጥፋቱ ልክ ተጠያቂ እየሆነ እንደሚሄድም አስታውቀዋል።”

(ሠ) “የሃይማኖት አባቶች፣ የጎሣ መሪዎች፣ የፖለቲካ ልሂቃን፣ የሃገር ሽማግሌዎች፣ እናቶች፣ ወጣቶችና ሌሎች የኅብረተሰብ ክፍሎች መንግት የሃገሪቱን ሰላም፣ ደኅንነትና አንድነት ለማስጠበቅ ሲል ግና ርዓትን እንዲያስከብር ደጋግመው መጠየቃቸውን በማንሳት፥ ጥያቄያቸው ተገቢ መሆኑንና መንግትም ሕግ የሚፈቅድለትን ሁሉ ለማድረግ አቅምም፣ ዝግጁነትም፣ ብቃትም እንዳለው አስታውቅዋል።”

እነዚህ ተግባራዊ እንዲሆኑ፣ የመጎትጎቱ፣ የመናገሩ፣ የመጻፉና የመሟጎቱ ኃላፊነት የዜጎች ነው! መንግሥት ካልተገደደ እንደነዚህ ዐይነት የዜጎችን ደኅንነና መብቶች የሚያበራክቱትን ሕጋዊና መዋቅራዊ ጉዳዮችን በበጎ ፈቃድ ብቻ ተግባራዊ  አያደርግም! ካለፈው የአዲስ አበባና ባሕር ዳር ግድያ በኋላ የዐቢይም መንግሥት ምን ያህል በባሕሪውና ተግባሩ እንደተሸራተተ እናስታውሳለን!

አዲስ አበባ፣ ጥቅምት 23፣ 2012 (ኤፍ.ቢ.ሲ) አንድ ወደፊት ስንሄድ ሁለት ወደኋላ የሚመልሱንን ኃይሎች ማስቆም እንደሚገባ ጠቅላይ ሚኒስትር ዶክተር አብይ አሕመድ አሳሰቡ።

ጠቅላይ ሚኒስትሩ በዛሬው ዕለት ወቅታዊ ጉዳዮች ላይ መግለጫ ሰጥተዋል።

ዶክተር አብይ አሕመድ በመግለጫቸውም ከሰሞኑ በተከሰተው ግጭት የ86 ሰዎች ሕይወት አልፏል ያሉ ሲሆን፥ ከሟቾች መካከል 82 ወንድ፣ 4 ሴቶች መሆናቸውምን አስታውቀዋል።

በብሄር ደግሞ 50 ኦሮሞ፣ 20 አማራ፣ 8 ጋሞ፣ 2 ስልጤ፣ 1 ጉራጌ፣ 2 ሀዲያና አንድ አርጎባ ሲሆኑ፥ የአንዱ ሟች ብሄር እንዳልታወቀም አስታውቀዋል።

በሃይማኖት ደግሞ ከሟቾቹ መካከልም 40 ክርስቲያን ሲሆኑ፥ 34 ሙስሊምና 12 የሌላ እምነት ተከታዮች መሆናቸውንም ነው ጠቅላይ ሚኒስትር ዐብይ በመግለጫቸው ያስታወቁት።

ከሟቾቹ መካከል 76 ሰዎች በእርስ በእርስ ግጭት፤ 10 ሰዎች ደግሞ በፀጥታ ኃይሎች ሕይወታቸው ማለፉንም ገልፀዋል።

ጠቅላይ ሚኒስትር ዐብይ በመግለጫቸው፥ ይህ ክፉ ክስተት በኢትዮጵያ የግጭት እሳት ሲነሳ አንዱን ክፍል አቃጥሎ ሌላውን አሙቆ የሚያልፍ እንዳልሆነ ያሳየ ነው ብለዋል።

መንግሥት የፖለቲካና የዴሞክራሲ ምህዳሩን ለማስፋት በማሰብ ሆደ ሠፊነቱን አብዝቶ ሲያስታምም ከርሟል ብለዋል።

ከኃይልና ጉልበት ይልቅም፤ ትምህርትና ምክክር ይሻላል ብሎ መታገሱን ያነሱት ጠቅላይ ሚኒስትሩ፥ ትዕግሰቱ ፍርሃት፤ ማስታመሙ ድካም፣ የመሰላቸው ካሉ ግን ተሳስተዋል ብለዋል።

አንዳንዶች እንዲማሩ ተብሎ ሠፊ ልብና ትክሻ ሲሰጣቸው አጋጣሚውን ሳይጠቀሙበት ቀርተው የዜጎች ሕይወት ለአደጋ የሚጋለጥበት ምክንያት መፈጠሩንም አንስተዋል።

መንግስት የዜጎችንና የተቋማትን ደህንነት ለመጠበቅ የሀገሪቱ ህግ ባስቀመጠው መሰረት እንደሚሰራም አስታውቀዋል።



Peace in Ethiopia out thru the window, as PM’s Nobel Peace prize enters thru the door. Are these two events intertwined, after all?

1 Nov

Posted by The Ethiopia Observatory (TEO)

Less than a month ago, Abiy Ahmed, prime minister of Ethiopia, won the Nobel Peace Prize. In Ethiopia, though, peace is in short supply.  In what is merely the latest in a string of violent incidents, nearly 70 people were killed in the Oromia region last week after a prominent Oromo activist Jawar Mohammed all but accused the prime minister of trying to have him assassinated.

Oromia surrounds Addis Ababa, Ethiopia’s capital. It is one of nine ethnically constituted regions and home to about 35m people. The Oromo make up more than a third of Ethiopia’s estimated 105m people. No one knows the exact number or proportion since counting people is a politically contentious affair, implying as it does the allocation of power and resources. The government cancelled the April census for a third time, citing instability.

The Oromo led the protests against the previous government of the Ethiopian People’s Revolutionary Democratic Front, a four-party coalition that has ruled Ethiopia (in some senses, very successfully) since overthrowing a Marxist dictatorship in 1991.

But, after a quarter of a century in power, EPRDF rule became untenable. Street protests, beginning in around 2015 in Oromia and spreading to Amhara, the second most populous region, eventually toppled the old leadership. That cleared the path for Mr Abiy to become party head and prime minister, the country’s first Oromo leader in more than 2,000 years.

One reason for those protests was the dominance within the ruling EPRDF of the Tigrayans, who had led the guerrilla insurgency in the early 1990s. The Tigrayans make up only 6 percent of Ethiopia’s population but dominated decision-making and power. Under Tigrayan leadership, Ethiopia instituted an economic development plan that transformed it into the nearest thing Africa has to a would-be Asian success story.

The EPRDF also came up with a power-sharing arrangement with the country’s 80 ethnic groups. A new constitution, enacted in 1995, divided the country into nine ethnically-based regions. It also provided for the secession of any region through referendum and the aspiration of any ethnic group to regional status. The Sidama, a southern group of 3.8m people (about 4 per cent of the population), is the latest to push for just that.

When Mr Abiy became leader of this mosaic-of-a-country, he released thousands of political prisoners, lifted bans on political parties (even the ones seeking the state’s violent overthrow) and loosened controls on the media. His push for liberal reform is one reason he won the Nobel. It has come at a cost. “As political space has opened and EPRDF control has weakened all sorts of latent disputes over power, resources, identity and territory have surfaced,” says William Davison of Crisis Group.  The disputes are too numerous to mention. Here are a few: the Amhara, with around 29m people, are at rhetorical war with the Tigrayans over territory. They also resent the Oromo narrative that Amaharans are oppressors who, under Emperor Menelik II in the 19th century, brutally conquered Oromo territory. Tigrayans blame Mr Abiy for purging them from power and are threatening to leave the EPRDF before the elections — which will supposedly be held in May.

In Oromia itself, there has been violence against the Gedeo, a group about 1m strong. The Oromo have clashed with ethnic Somali along the border between their two regions. Mr Jawar and his supporters argue that Mr Abiy, though he is Oromo himself, is seeking to centralise power and trample on the rights of the people whose protests brought him to office.  It is hard to overstate the strength of this “national” feeling. On a trip to Tigray this year, someone asked me if I had been to any other countries. When I naively started reeling off the names of a few, such as France and Kenya, he looked at me as though I were dim. He was referring to other “countries” in Ethiopia, he said.

Read the rest on Financial Times




“በተከሰተው ሁከት በቀጥታ/ተዘዋዋሪ በጥፋቱ ተሣታፊ የሆኑ ሰዎች ሁሉ በሕግ ተጠያቂነታቸው መረጋገጥ አለበት!”—የኢትዮጵያ ሰብዓዊ መብቶች ኮሚሽን!

30 Oct

Posted by The Ethiopia Observatory (TEO)


“ለዚህ ውዝግብ መነሻ በሆነው ጉዳይ ላይ በሰላማዊ መንገድ ሃሳባቸውን ለመግለጽ የሚሹ ሰዎች ቢኖሩም ሁከት የቀሰቀሱ፣ የፈጸሙና ያስፈጸሙ እንዲሁም ቀጥተኛና ተዘዋዋሪ ድጋፍ የሰጡ ሰዎች መኖራቸው ግን አይካድም”

“በተከሰተው ሁከት በቀጥታ ወይም በተዘዋዋሪ መንገድ በጥፋቱ ተሣታፊ የሆኑ ሰዎች ሁሉ በሕግ ተጠያቂነታቸው መረጋገጥ አለበት!”

በኢትዮጵያ የተጀመረው የለውጥና ተሃድሶ እርምጃ በአጭር ጊዜ ውስጥ በርካታ ተጨባጭ ውጤቶች እንዳስገኘ ሁሉ ውስብስብ ተግዳሮቶችም እየገጠሙት ይገኛል፡፡

በተለይ ጥቅምት 12 ቀን 2012 ዓ.ም. ጀምሮ በተቀሰቀሰው ውዝግብና ሁከት የተሞላ ነውጥ የበርካታ ሰዎች ሕይወት ከመጥፋቱ፣ የአካል ጉዳት ከመድረሱ፣ ንብረት ከመውደሙና የሰዎች መደበኛ ኑሮና ሰላማዊ ሕይወት ከመረበሹ በተጨማሪ፤ የሕግ በላይነትን በእጅጉ የተፈታተነና መሠረታዊ ሰብዓዊ መብቶችን ከፍተኛ አደጋና ሥጋት ላይ የጣለ እጅግ አሳሳቢ ክስተት ነበር፡፡

በዚህ ሁከት ምክንያት ከሚዲያዎች ዘገባ መሠረት እስከ አሁን ባለው መረጃ ከ70 – 80 የሚደርሱ ሰዎች ሕይወት ጠፍቷል፡፡

ከእነዚህ ውስጥ አስር ያህሉ ከፀጥታ ኃይሎች ጋር በተፈጠረ ግጭት በጥይት ተመተው የሞቱ ሲሆን አብዛኛዎቹ ሰዎች በሁከቱ ተሳተፉ ሰዎች እጅግ አሰቃቂ በሆነ መንገድ በግፍና ጭካኔ በተሞላበት ሁኔታ በዱላ በድንጋይና በስለት ተደብድበው እንዲሁም በእሳት ተቃጥለው ተገድለዋል፡፡

በመቶዎች የሚቆጠሩ ሰዎች ደግሞ የአካልና የሥነ ልቦና ጉዳት ደርሶባቸዋል፡፡ በሚሊዮኖች የሚገመት የግለሰቦች፣ የሕዝብና የአገር ንብረት ወድሟል፡፡ እንዲሁም የሃይማኖት ተቋማት ሆን ተብሎ በተፈጸመ ጥቃት ለጉዳት ተዳርገዋል፡፡

አሁን ባለው የኢትዮጵያ ተጨባጭ ሁኔታ ማናቸውም ዐይነት ቅሬታ ወይም ጥያቄ በሕጋዊና ሰላማዊ መንገድ ሊቀርብ የሚችልበት ምቹ ሁኔታ መኖሩ ይታመናል፡፡

ለዚህ ውዝግብ መነሻ በሆነው ጉዳይ ላይ በሰላማዊ መንገድ ሃሳባቸውን ለመግለጽ የሚሹ ሰዎች ቢኖሩም ሁከት የቀሰቀሱ፣ የፈጸሙና ያስፈጸሙ እንዲሁም ቀጥተኛና ተዘዋዋሪ ድጋፍ የሰጡ ሰዎች መኖራቸው ግን አይካድም፡፡

ማናቸውንም ዓይነት ቅሬታና ጥያቄ በአመፅ እና በእልቂት ማስፈራሪያ ለማስፈፀም የታየው ተግባር እና የአስከተለው ጉዳት የሕግ የበላይነትን፣ የአገር ሰላም እና ሥርዓትን በአደባባይ በመገዳደርና በመጣስ ከፍተኛ የሰብዓዊ መብቶች ቀውስ ያስከተለ በመሆኑ በየደረጃው በቀጥታና በተዘዋዋሪ መንገድ በጥፋቱ ተሣታፊ የሆኑ ሰዎች ሁሉ በሕግ ተጠያቂነታቸው መረጋገጥ አለበት፡፡

ይህን ጥፋት የፈፀሙና ወይም የጥፋቱን ተግባር እንደ መልካም ሥራ ያወደሱ ሰዎች ሁሉ በዱላና በስለት ተደብድበው በእሳት ተቃጥለው የተገደሉ ሰዎችና ቤተሰቦቻቸውን ለአፍታ እንኳን በእራሣቸውና በቤተሰቦቻቸው ተክተው አለማሰባቸው የደረሰውን ጉዳት ይበልጥ መሪር አድርጐታል፡፡

የድርጊቱ ተሳታፊዎች በደረሰው ጥፋት ማዘን መፀፀትና ለሕግ የበላይነት መከበር የመተባበር ኃላፊነትና ግዴታ አለባቸው፡፡

መንግሥት የሕግ የበላይነትን ለማረጋገጥና አጥፊዎችን በሕግ ፊት ለማቅረብ ሳያወላውል እንደሚሠራ መግለጹ ተገቢ ሲሆን፤ ይህ የመንግሥት ኃላፊነትና ተግባር በስልታዊ የምርመራ ሥራና በሕጋዊ ሥርዓት በአፋጣኝ በሥራ ላይ ሊውል ይገባል፡፡

ከዚህ በመቀጠል ለሚደረገው የወንጀል ምርመራ ሥራ ማንኛውም ሰው በመተባበርና ውጤቱን በትዕግስት በመጠባበቅ፣ በየአካባቢው የተጐዱ ሰዎችንና ቤተሰቦችን በማጽናናት በመደገፍና በመጠገን፤ እንዲሁም የመንግሥት፣ የፖለቲካና የልዩ ልዩ ቡድኖች መሪዎች የፖለቲካ ውጥረቱን ከሚያባብሱ ቆስቋሽ ንግግሮችና ድርጊቶች እራሳቸውን በመቆጠብ ሰላምና መረጋጋት ለማስፈንና ሰብዓዊ መብቶች ሁሉ እንዲከበሩ የሚደረገውን ጥረት ማገዝና ይህን የመሰለ ጥፋት ዳግም እንዳይፈጸም የሚመለከታቸው አካሎች ሁሎ በከፍተኛ ኃላፊነት ስሜት ሊሰሩ ይገባል፡፡



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5 Apr

Posted by The Ethiopia Observatory (TEO)



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