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የኦሮሞ ምሁራን ስለኦሮሚያ የነፃነትና እኩልነት ትግልና ኢትዮጵያዊ ብሔርተኝነት ያደረጉት ውይይት

15 Nov

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Message to Organizers of the Oromo Leadership Convention

15 Nov

Posted by The Ethiopia Observatory (TEO)
 


 

This video message was prepared by Dagnachew Teshome on the occasion of the First Oromo Leadership Convention, held in Atlanta, Georgia from November 11, 2016 to November 13, 2016.
 

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    An Oromo Leadership Convention: The Oromo National Charter of Freedom, Justice and Human Rights
    Message to participants of the Atlanta Oromo Leadership Convention

    Oromo concerns about preparations & inclusiveness of Atlanta Oromo Conference

    የለንደኑን የኦሮሞ ስብሰባ ያዘጋጀው የኦሮሞ የሕግ ባለሙያዎች ማኅበር አመራሮች በመድረኩ የተገለጹትን ጸረ-ኢትዮጵያ አመለካከቶች በኅብር ራዲዮ ውይይት ግለሰባዊ ዕይታ በማለት ራሳቸውን አራቁ!

    Majority Oromos see themselves as builders of free & democratic Ethiopia

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

 

Resolution of the Oromo Leadership Convention

14 Nov

Posted by The Ethiopia Observatory (TEO)
 


 

The Big Debate:                             Beyond Assimilation & Accommodation, the resurgence of Oromo Nationalism

14 Nov

Posted by The Ethiopia Observatory (TEO)
Prof. Ezekiel Gabissa*
 

Ethiopia’s political history of the last half-century has been the pregressive unfolding of the twinned ideas of “land to the tiller question” and the “national question.” Two ideological factions coalesced around the question of nationalities: the ethno-nationalists who favored self-determination and the Ethiopianists who advocated granting regional autonomy to regions where centrifugal tendencies were evident.[1] In 1987, a constitution that established the People’s Democratic Republic of Ethiopia partially adopted the Ethiopianists’ position by granting regional autonomy to five regions to diffuse demands for self-determination.[2] In 1991, the ethno-nationalists who favored self-determination ousted the Ethiopianists and vowed to construct a decentralized federal state of Ethiopian nations, nationalities and peoples.[3]
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Let’s Rescue The TPLF :                     A project of sorts or coincidence?

9 Aug

By Keffyalew Gebremedhin, The Ethiopia Observatory (TEO)
 

I have had the opportunity to go through Dr. Gelawdewos Araia’s 25-page Pan-Ethiopian Agenda Vs Sectarian Ethnocentric Politics of August 4, 2016, appearing on Tigrai Online.
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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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