Tag Archives: ethnic minority regime

Ethiopia and the United States: Can the Crisis be Prevented?

26 Oct

Posted by The Ethiopia Observatory (TEO)
by Dawit W Giorgis
 
The simmering crisis in Ethiopia has reached a boiling point. It is extremely serious and every person who has watched Ethiopia closely knows that. It is not simply about repression and extrajudicial killings, stifling of freedom of expression, but most of all it is about ethnic politics; a minority government, representing in theory 6% of the population, that is in complete control of the state machinery including the economic political and state apparatus. This is the part that the US and other European governments and the mainstream media do not want to discuss when referring to the regime in Ethiopia.
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Is Gen. Tsadkan G. Tensae better off for Ethiopia than current TPLF horde?

9 Jul

By Keffyalew Gebremedhin The Ethiopia Observatory (TEO)
 
Listening to/reading recently retired army chief of staff Lt. Gen. Tsadkan G. Tensae’s interview from late June 2017 — first on Addis Zemen and then with Horn Affairs — I remain one of the many Ethiopian skeptics if indeed it is the Red Sea region bug that has been eating the general, who alleged its consequential danger is hovering over our country.
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ድንገተኛ የገንዘብ ሚኒስትሩ ትውስታ?         የግብር ገቢ አሰባሰብና የወጪ ንግድ አፈጻጸም ዝቅተኛነት የ2010 በጀትን ለማሳካት እንደሚያዳግት የገንዘብ ሚ/ሩ ዶክተር አብርሃም ተከስተ አመኑ!

23 Jun

Posted by The Ethiopia Observatory (TEO)
 

አዲስ አበባ ፣ ሰኔ 16 ፣ 2009 (ኤፍ ቢ ሲ) የ2009 ዓ.ም ደካማ የግብር ገቢ አሰባሰብ እና እያሽቆለቆለ ያለው የወጪ ንግድ ገቢ ሳይስተካከል የ2010 በጀትን ማሳካት ከባድ እንደሚሆን የገንዘብና ኢኮኖሚ ልማት ትብብር ሚኒስትሩ ዶክተር አብርሃም ተከስተ ተናገሩ።

የገንዘብና ኢኮኖሚ ልማት ትብብር ሚኒስቴር እቅዱን ለማሳካት በሚያስችሉ ጉዳዮችና በአጠቃላይ በጀት አጠቃቀሙ ዙሪያ በህዝብ ተወካዮች ምክር ቤት ከነዋሪዎችና ከሚመለከታቸው አካላት ጋር ውይይት አካሂዷል።
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‘It’s life and death’: how the growth of Addis Ababa has sparked racial tensions

13 Mar

Posted by The Ethiopia Observatory (TEO)
by Jason Burke, The Guardian

Addis Ababa had a plan – to expand, and lead newly prosperous Ethiopia into a brave new century. But after protests led to a violent and harrowing state crackdown, what happens next could reverberate across Africa.

‘We are marginalised in everything’

Police fire tear gas to disperse protesters during Irreecha, the thanksgiving festival of the Oromo people in Bishoftu town of Oromia region, Ethiopia. Photograph: Tiksa Negeri/Reuters

Drive out of Addis Ababa’s new central business district, with its five-star hotels, banks and gleaming office blocks. Head south, along the traffic-choked avenues lined with new apartment blocks, cafes, cheap hotels and, in the neighbourhood where the European Union has its offices, several excellent restaurants. Go past a vast new church, the cement skeletons of several dozen unfinished housing developments, under a new highway and swing left round the vast construction site from which the new terminal for the Ethiopian capital’s main international airport is rising.
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“በተለይ ጊዜው ለትግራይ አስተማማኝ አይደለም” ሲል ብአዴን አስታወቀ

8 Feb

Posted by The Ethiopia Observatory (TEO)

የካቲት ፩ ቀን ፳፻፱ ዓ/ም (ኢሳት ዜና):- ብአዴን ሰሞኑን በክልሉ የተደረጉ ስብሰባዎችን በማስመለክት ባወጣው የማጠቃለያ ሪፖርት ላይ “ የሰላም መናጋት ለገዢው ፓርቲ አመራሮች ብቻ ሳይሆን ለሁሉም ኅብረተሰብ የሚተርፍ ነው። በተለይ ለትግራይ ጊዜው አስተማማኝ አይደለም” ሲል ገልጿል።

“የትግራይ ሕዝብ ከኢትዮጵያ ሕዝብ ጋር ማበር ካልቻለ በስተቀር፣ ጊዜው አስተማማኝ” አይደለም የሚለው ብአዴን፣ የክልሉ ሕዝብ በሕወሃት ላይ ያለውን ጥላቻ በሪፖርቱ ላይ አካቷል።
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Half-hearted Statement By US National Security Council On the Arrest of Journalists in Ethiopia

31 Dec

Editor’s Note:

    It is long overdue for the United States Administration to pay attention to the hell the lives of Ethiopians have turned into. It is an indiscriminate repression of the citizens of that country the TPLF has been perpetrating. Of late, it has gone from bad to worse.
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HRW says death toll in Ethiopia protests rises to 75

19 Dec

Posted by The Ethiopia Observatory (TEO)

Like elsewhere on the continent transitioning from stability and high economic growth to a shared prosperity in an open democracy proving difficult.

Students protest about land grab and denial of human and civil rights (mail & guardian picture)

Students protest about land grab and denial of human and civil rights (mail & guardian picture)

AT LEAST 75 people have been killed in Ethiopia after police and military forces fired on demonstrators, pressure group Human Rights Watch said Friday, significantly more than the five deaths the government acknowledges.
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