What is behind clashes in Ethiopia’s Oromia and Somali regions?

Displaced person

captionAt least 30,000 people have fled their homes

Thousands of people have fled Ethiopia’s Somali region following deadly clashes in recent days between ethnic Somalis and Oromos. The BBC’s Kalkidan Yibeltal looks at the cause of the conflict and whether it can be stopped.

Dozens of people are reported to have died in clashes across Ethiopia’s Oromia and Somali regions in recent days.

According to Adisu Arega, Oromia government’s spokesperson, 18 people have been killed.

Twelve of those victims are ethnic Somalis, Mr Adisu told the BBC.

The figures are however disputed by the Somali regional government, which says that more than 30 ethnic Somalis have been killed in the Oromia town of Awaday.

The clashes have displaced at least 30,000 people, some of whom have taken refuge in makeshift camps at a stadium in the eastern city of Harar, whilst others are camping at police stations.

Local administrators have now asked aid agencies operating in the area to provide humanitarian assistance.

How serious is the trouble?

Following intense anti-government protests that plagued the Horn of Africa country during most of 2016, the government imposed a 10-month state of emergency, which was lifted in July.

While this heightened state of alert calmed most of the restive areas in the Oromia region, it did not stop cross-border clashes in the Oromia and Somali areas.

Displaced people

captionEthiopia’s ethnic-based borders have been fuelling conflict between the two communities

In February and March, hundreds were reported to have been killed in the southern Oromia district of Negele Borena after an incursion by a paramilitary force called the Liyu Police, which is backed by the Somali region.

Ethnic Oromos allege that the Liyu Police, which has previously been accused by rights groups of human rights violations, of being behind the current attacks.

The Somali regional government has however rejected the allegations and charged that senior officials in the Oromia government were sympathisers of the Oromo Liberation Front, which is categorised as a terrorist organisation by the Ethiopian government.

While conflicts have been common between the two bordering communities, the public finger-pointing by top regional officials is unprecedented and could exacerbate the current conflict.

“We don’t believe this is expected from a responsible senior government official,” Communication Minister Negeri Lencho told the BBC.

Ethiopia’s political arrangement – federalism structured along ethno-linguistic lines – dictates that ethnic borders are also usually political ones.

Critics argue that this structure is a tinder box that allows minor conflicts to escalate.

What is behind the conflict?

Oromia and Somali are, respectively, the two largest regions in the country by area size, sharing a border of more than 1,400 km (870 miles).

While Somalis are mostly pastoralists, living from their animals, Oromos tend to be farmers, as well as pastoralists.

Both communities inhabit the areas around the regional border.


Historically, their relationship has been characterised by territorial competition which often leads to disputes and conflicts over resources, including wells and grazing land.

These conflicts can cause the displacement of tens of thousands of people.

In 2004, a referendum to decide on the fate of more than 420 kebeles – the country’s smallest administrative unit – gave 80% of them to Oromia.

Following the outcome, tens of thousands of ethnic Somalis reportedly fled the areas for fear of repercussions.

The decision has still not been implemented and this is one factor behind the current conflict.

Will the clashes spread further?

Since the two communities are largely pastoralist and cross borders in search for pasture for their animals, it is difficult to clearly demarcate their boundaries.


captionThousands of people are living in makeshift shelters

Additionally, clashes that occur between the two communities can easily spread to neighbouring regions and countries because of shared ethnic ties.

The recent conflict has reportedly inspired the killing of two Ethiopians of Oromo origin in Hargeisa, capital of the self-declared republic of Somaliland.

People are reportedly trying to escape the violence by fleeing to the Kenyan town of Moyale, which also has a history of Oromo-Somali conflict.

Ethiopia’s communication minister told the BBC that the military and federal police forces had intervened to control the clashes.

But it is not clear whether this will be enough to prevent the conflict from spreading.


Ethiopia: 40 evicted immigrants in Italy to return to the building

40 evicted immigrants in Italy to return to the building

(ANSA) – Rome, August 25 – Some 40 old, ill or very young Eritrean and Ethiopian refugees and asylum seekers are to return to a building near Rome’s Termini Station where they were evicted with hundreds of others Saturday, Rome city council said Friday. They will be housed in six rooms there for six months after a deal between the council and the company that owns the building, SEA, sources said. Anti-establishment 5-Star Movement (M5S) bigwig Luigi Di Maio, the deputy Lower House Speaker, denied claims M5S Rome Mayor Virginia Raggi was neglecting the issue, saying “Virginia is working for the good of Romans”.

The Rome council security pointman, Marco Cardilli, said it had been informed of Saturday’s eviction “just one day before, on Friday”. Meanwhile the leftist pro-squatter Movement for the Struggle for Housing said it would stage a “major” march against evictions in Rome Saturday.

Interior Minister Marco Minniti will not approve any other evictions of squatters in Rome after the controversial eviction of the Eritrean and Ethiopian refugees, the chair of the Senate human rights committee, Luigi Manconi, said Friday.

Manconi and Minniti are members of the ruling centre-left Democratic Party (PD).

Clashes in Rome Thursday in which a dozen evicted Eritrean refugees were slightly hurt by police could have been avoided, Italian police chief Franco Gabrielli told the Italian press Friday.

In an interview with La Repubblica daily, Gabrielli defended the controversial police operation but said that an officer caught in a Facebook video saying “break their arms if they throw things” would be punished.

A police union said the controversy over the “mistaken” phrase risks being blown out of proportion.

Police union official Enzo Marco Letizia said the phrase was pronounced in the heat of the moment, far from the refugees, and had “no consequences” for them.

In his La Repubblica interview, Gabrielli said it was not the police’s fault that the estimated 400 mainly Eritrean and Ethiopian refugees and asylum seekers had been forced to live in “inhuman conditions”, squatting in the empty building next to Rome’s Piazza Indipendenza square.

He denied accusations that excessive force was used to clear the square of immigrants who had mostly been removed from the building last Saturday and were camping out there.

According to the Italian media, the immigrants had refused alternative accommodation outside Rome and demanded to be allowed to stay together.

Police used water cannon and truncheons to disperse them after coming under fire with gas tanks thrown from the building in Via Curtatone, bottles and rocks.

Gabriele said the violence could have been avoided if Rome’s city administration, under Raggi, had stuck to a road map agreed by the police with former city commissioner Francesco Paolo Tronca two years ago.

“We established a road map with Tronca, but where have the funds gone?”, Gabrielli told La Repubblica.

Former Rome urban planning councillor Paolo Berdini told Sky Friday that “we had reached an agreement to put a roof over everyone…we had found 150 million euros” for new homes, but Raggi allegedly blocked the project saying the M5S was against building projects.

“In the meantime they’ve approved Roma’s new stadium,” he said.

Berdini resigned several months ago because of disagreements with Raggi.

Centre-right politicians defended the police from criticism they had been heavy-handed while centre-left ones criticised Raggi for alleged inaction and also Interior Minister Minniti for allegedly moving to a harder-line stance on migrants.

Police said the immigrants had been “infiltrated” by leftist-anarchist squattters in the Movement for the Struggle for Housing, who allegedly encouraged them to turn down the offers of alternative housing outside the Italian capital.

Some of the refugees slept in the Rome streets Thursday night while others found shelter at the Baobab migrant centre near Tiburtina rail station. Others slept in the station.

“We wandered all night in various city streets, it was terrible” said Eritrean refugee Lidia.

“With me and my husband there’s also our eight-year-old son and I’m pregnant. And tonight’s going to be the same thing. The alternative they offered us would have meant splitting up”.

NGOs denounced the lack of a response from the city’s institutions and authorities.

Luca Blasi, a worker with the humanitarian organisation Intersos, said that after the migrants were dispersed from Piazza Indipendenza, about 60 of the them sought shelter at the Baobab Experience in the Tiburtina neighbourhood, while others continued sleeping on the street. Blasi spoke at a press conference with migrants and representatives from organisations the day after the clashes. “At the moment there’s been no response on the part of the institutions,” he said.

For the vast majority of the migrants – nearly all of whom are documented refugees from Ethiopia with their papers in order – Blasi said, “Rome is staying quiet”.

Other organisations, including UNHCR, Save the Children, and UNICEF have also spoken out, with UNICEF citing “terrified children”.

Amnesty International Italy spokesman Riccardo Noury said the clashes were “very serious” both for the number of people involved as well as what he said was excessive use of force.

“This city’s authorities must absolutely put a serious reception plan in place,” he said.

He said the Italian government “gives protection with one hand and takes away rights with the other”.

“No one likes squatting, but the right to a home is part of reception, otherwise one becomes invisible,” he said.

During the press conference, migrants told stories of what happened during the clearing of the square. “I asked a police officer if I could look for my identification documents, but he told me we had to leave, that we’re mice,” said a woman. “You can’t compare human beings to animals. They should be ashamed,” she said. Another woman said she has been a legal refugee in Italy for 10 years. “We’d been sleeping in the square with our children for five days, they beat us in front of our children, and I’m pregnant,” she said, showing bruises on her arm. “Where is the freedom?

Where are we to sleep with our children? There’s no respect,” she said. Other migrants appealed to the Vatican for support. “We call on the pope,” they said. “Francis is the whole world’s pope, but we haven’t had any signs from the Vatican so far. We’re asking him to help us”.

‹‹ አውሬነት Vs ሰብዓዊነት ››

(መላኩ አላምረው)

ሁሉም የምድር ቁሳቁስ (ራሷን ምድርንም ጨምሮ) ለሰው ልጅ ተፈጠሩ እንጅ ሰው ለቁስ አልተፈጠረም፤ ለቁስም አይኖርም፡፡ በምድር ላይ ከሰው ልጅና ከሕይወቱ በላይ ክብር ልንሰጠውም ሆነ ጥበቃ ልናደርግለት የሚገባ ምንም ነገር መኖር የለበትም፡፡ በተለይም የሰውን ልጅ ክቡር ሕይወት ከቁሳቁስ ጋር ማነጻጸር… በተለይም ከሰው ልጅ ይልቅ ለቁስ ማድላት… ይህ የመጨረሻው የውርደት ጥግ ነው፡፡ ይህ በራስ ፈቃድ ከሰውነት ተራ ወጥቶ አውሬነትን መቀላቀል ነው፡፡ (፡›አውሬ ሆዱን የሚሞላለትን የሚበላ ነገር እስካገኘ ድረስ ስለ ነፍስ መጥፋት ጉዳዩ አይደለም፡፡ ያገኘውን ሁሉ እያረደ እየበላ ሕይወቱን ማስረዘም ላይ ብቻ ያተኩራል፡፡ የእርሱን ነፍስ ለማቆየት ሲል የሌላውን ነፍስ ያጠፋል፡፡ አውሬ የሌላው ነፍስ እንደርሱ ነፍስ ብቸኛ የመኖር ዋትና መሆኗን ይረሳል፡፡ በቃ ! ከራበው ማረድ ነው፡፡ እንዲያውም የሌሎችን ነፍስ በማጥፋት ደም ካላፈሰሰ የበላሁ አይመስለውም፡፡ ባጭሩ አውሬ የራሱን ነፍስ ለማኖር የሌላውን ነፍስ ያለ ርህራሄ የሚያጠፋ የምድራችን አረመኔና ጸረ-ሕይወት ፍጡር ነው፡፡)
የሰው ልጅ ግን እጅግ የሚያስተውል አዕምሮ የተሰጠውና ለፍጡራን ሁሉ የሚራራ ክር ፍጥረት ነው፡፡ በተለይም ለመሰሉ ለሰው ልጅ ሕይወት መኖር ዋጋ ይከፍላል፡፡ (ከአውሬዎች ለመጠበቅም አዕምሮውን ይጠቀማል፤ አንዱ ለአንዱ ጋሻ ይሆናል፡፡) ነገር ግን… ሰው በባሕርይው ተለዋዋጭ ፀባያት አሉትና… ሲያድለው ወደ መልአካዊነት ይለወጥና ሁሉንም እኩል ያፈቅራል፡፡ ለሁሉም እኩል ይራራል፡፡ ሳያድለው ወደ እንስሳዊነት ይወርድና ለሆዱ ብቻ የሚኖር ይሆናል፡፡ ከሰው ልጆች ይልቅ ሆዱን የሚሞሉ ቁሳቁሶችን አስበልጦ መውደድ ይጀምራል፡፡ በጣም ሲከፋም ወደ አውሬነት ተቀይሮ የገዛ ወንድም እህቶቹን አሳዳጅ ይሆናል፡፡ በራበው ሰዓት ያገኘውን ሁሉ ማረድ ይጀምራል፡፡ በዚህ ሰዓት የሰዎችን ምክር አይሰማም (አውሬ ሆኗላ)፡፡ እንስሶችንም ሆዱን ለመሙላት ብቻ ነው የሚፈልጋቸው፡፡ የእርሱ ሕብረት አብረውት ከሚገድሉ ጋር ብቻ ይሆናል፡፡
የሚያሳዝነው ደግሞ ወደ አውሬነት የተለወጠ ሰው ይህን ሁሉ ኢ-ሰብዓዊ ተግባር ሲያከናውን አለማስተዋሉ ነው፡፡ የማስተዋል ጸጋውን ከሰውነት ወደ እንስሳነት በተቀየረ ጊዜ አጥቶታልና የሚያደርገው ነገር ሁሉ ልክ ይመስለዋል፡፡ መግደል የመኖር አንዱ መንገድ እንጅ ነውረኛ የአውሬ ፀባይ መሆኑ ፈጽሞ አይታየውም፡፡ አውቀንም ሆነ ሳናውቅ ወደ አውሬነት ፀባይ የገባን ሁሉ ቆም ብለን እናስብ፡፡ እየተናገርሁ ያለሁት ነገር ተረት ተረት አይደለም፡፡ የሰው ልጅ የሕይወት ሐቂቃ እንጅ፡፡ ከአውሬነታችን ካልተመለስን በቀር ሰብዓዊነትን ልንላበስ አንችልም፡፡ ሰብዓዊነትን ካልተላበስን ደግሞ ከሰዎች ጋር በሰዋ አኗኗር ለመኖር እንቸገራለን፡፡ የሰው ልጅ ብቸኛው የመሸናነፊያ መሳሪያ ‹‹ፍቅርና›› ነው፡፡ ፍቅር ካለ ይቅርታ አለ፡፡ ‹ፍቅርና ይቅርታ ደግሞ በአውሬ ልብ ውስጥ አያድሩም›፡፡
ለገንዘብና ገንዘብ ለሚገዛቸው ቁሳቁሶች ሲባል የሰው ልጅ ሰብዓዊ መብት መረገጥ የለበትም፡፡ በተለይም በሕይወት የመኖር መብቱን ከፈጠረው ከአምላኩ በቀር ማንም ሊወስንለት አይገባም፡፡ አይደለም የሰው ልጅ ሕይወት የማንኛውም ሕይወት ያለው ፍጡር ነፍስ ከፈጣሪ የተሰጠች ምትክ የሌላት ውድ ሀብትና የመኖር ምስጢር ናት፡፡ ይህች የሕልውና መሠረት በፍጡራን ቁጥጥር ስር የምትሆንበት ተፈጠሯዊም ሆነ ሌላ ምንም ምክንያት የለም፤ ሊኖርም አይችልም፡፡ “ሰዎች” የሰዎችን ሕይወት የመስጠትም የማጥፋም መብቱ የላቸውም፡፡ ይህ አውሬነት ነው፡፡

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ጎህ መጽሄት በኢትዮጵያ ህዝብ አርበኞች ግንባር ዘብ በየ 3 ወሩ የምትታተም መጽሄት ናት::  ጎህ መጽሄት ሰኔ  2009 ዓ.ም 3ኛ አመት ቁጥር 15 ለንባብ ቀርባለች:: ሙሉውን ንባብ  PDF ፋይሉን በመጫን እንድታነቡት በአክብሮት ተጋብዛችሁዋል::

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የአዲስ አበባ ከተማን ህዝብ ራሱን በራሱ የማስተዳደር መብት የሚጥስ አዋጅ አጥብቀን እንቃወማለን! (የሰማያዊ ፓርቲ ብሔራዊ ሸንጎ)

ከሰማያዊ ፓርቲ ብሔራዊ ሸንጎ የተሰጠ መግለጫ

ህወሀት/ኢህአዴግ በ100 ፐርሰንት አሸንፊያለሁ ብሎ ባወጀ ማግስት በመላ ሀገራችን በሁሉም አቅጣጫ እንደየአካባቢው ተጨባጭ ሁኔታ የነፃነት፣ የእኩልነትና የዴሞክራሲ ጥያቄን በማንገብ የኢትዮጵያ ህዝብ የህይወት መስዋዕትነት እየከፈለ ነው፡፡አገዛዙ ይህንን መሰረታዊ የለውጥ ጥያቄ ለማዳፈን ሲል ለማመን በሚከብድ ሁኔታ አስተዳድረዋለሁ በሚለው ህዝብ ላይ ግድያ፣ የጅምላ እስር እና ማፈናቀል ዋነኛ ተግባሩ አድርጎታል፡፡ በዚህ የአገዛዙ ኢ-ሰብዓዊ እርምጃም ቢሆን የኢትዮጵያን ህዝብ የለውጥ ጥያቄ ማስቆም ባለመቻሉ በድንጋጤና ባልታሰበበት ሁኔታ የኢትዮጵያን ህዝብ ለመከፋፈል እና በጥርጣሬ እንዲተያይ ለማድረግ አዲስ ረቂቅ አዋጅ ይዞ ብቅ ብሏል፡፡Semayawi party to welcome Andinet members

ይህ በሚኒስትሮች ምክር ቤት ተረቀቀ የተባለው አዋጅ በጥድፊያ የወጣ፣ግልፅነት የጎደለው፣ህገ መንግስቱን የጣሰ፣በመረጃና በጥናት ላይ ያልተመረኮዘ፣አጠቃላይ የዴሞክሰራሲ መርሆና ከህገ መንግስቱ አንቀፅ 49 አላማ ጋር በእጅጉ የተቃረነና ህዝብን ከህዝብ በማጋጨት አገዛዙ የተነሳበትን የፖለቲካ ትኩሳት ለማብረድ በማሰብ የተቀነባበረ ግልብ ሴራ ነው፡፡

አገዛዙ በተቆጣጠራቸው መገናኛ ብዙሃን እንደተገለፀው በዚህ አዋጅ የማርቀቅ ሂደት ላይ የተሳተፉት አካለት የኦሮሚያ ክልል መንግስት፣ኦህዴድ፣የአዲስ አበባ ከተማ አስተዳደር እና ከፍተኛ የመንግስት ሃላፊዎች እንደሆኑ ተገልፅዋል፡፡ይህ ከሆነ ደግሞ አዲስ አበባን ከሚያስተዳድሩትም ሆነ በፌደራል ፓርላማ 100 ፐርሰንት አሸንፊያለሁ ያለው ኢህአዴግና አጋሮቹ ውስጥ እንደ ድርጅት ኦህዴድ ብቻ መሳተፉና ሌሎች ማለትም ብአዴን፣ደህዴንና ህወሃት እንዳይሳተፉ መደረጋቸው በድርጅቱም ውስጥ ታስቦበትና ሙሉ ስምምነት ተደርሶበት የተዘጋጀ ረቂቅ አለመሆኑን እና ተራ የፖለቲካ ሸቀጥ መሆኑን ግልፅ ማሳያ ነው፡፡በዚሁ መግለጫ ላይ አንደተገለፀው በአዲስ አበባ ማስተር ፕላን መስፋፋት ለተፈናቀሉና ወደፊትም ለሚፈናቀሉ ሰዎች ካሳ የሚከፈለው ለኦሮሞ ብሄር ተወላጅ አርሶ አደሮች እንደሆነ ተገልጧል፡፡ይህም ማለት በዚህ አዋጅ መሰረት በአዲስ አበባ ማስተር ፕላን መስፋፋት ምክንያት ለሚፈናቀሉ ኦሮሞ ያልሆኑ ኢትዮጵያውያን አርሶ አደሮች ካሳ የማግኘት መብት የላቸውም ማለት ነው፡፡ ይህ አገላለፅ የዜጎችን ተዘዋውሮ የመስራትና ሀብት የማፍራት ህገ መንግስታዊ መብት የሚነጥቅ በመሆኑ ረቂቅ አዋጁ ተቀባይነት የለውም፡፡

የህገ መንግስቱ አንቀፅ 49/5 ዓላማ የአገልግሎት አቅርቦትን፣የተፈጥሮ ሀብት አጠቃቀምናን እና የጋራ አስተዳደራዊ ጉዳዮችን አፈፃፀም የተመለከተ ሲሆን ይህ ተረቀቀ የተባለው አዋጅ ግን ከዚህ አንቀፅ በተቃራኒው ተለጥጦ የአዲስ አበባን ህዝብ ራስን በራስ የማስተዳደር ህገ መንግስታዊ መብት በመንጠቅ ኦሮሞነትን በላዩ ላይ በመጫንና ተገዶ እንዲቀበል በማድረግ ኦሮሞ ያልሆነው የአዲስ አበባ ህዝብ በገዛ ሀገሩ ባይታወርነት እና እንግድነት እንዲሰማው የሚያደርግ ጨቋኝ አዋጅ ነው፡፡

በዚህ ተረቀቀ በተባለው አዋጅ በአዲስ አበባ የሚኖሩ የኦሮሚያ ክልል መንግስት ሰራተኞች ተመዝግበው ቤት የማግኘት መብት እንዲከበርላቸው ይደነግጋል፡፡ በመሰረቱ የኦሮሚያ ከልላዊ መንግስት ዋና ከተማ አዳማ መሆኗን በ1994 ዓ.ም የተሸሻለው የክልሉ ህገ መንግስት አንቀፅ 6 ይደነግጋል፡፡ይህ ሆኖ እያለ ህወሃት/ ኢህአዴግ በ1997 ዓ.ም በተካሄደው ምርጫ አዲስ አበባ ከተማ ላይ በደረሰበት አስደንጋጭ ሽንፈት ምክንያት የወቅቱ የድርጅቱ ሊቀመንበር አቶ መለስ ዜናዊ በምርጫው ማግስት የኦሮሚያ ክልልን ህገ መንግስት በመጣስ በፖለቲካ ውሳኔ የአዳማ ከተማ የኦሮሚያ ክልል ዋና ከተማነት መብትን በመንጠቅና ወደ ህዝብ የመቅረብ መሰረታዊ የፌደራሊዝም ፅንሰ ሃሳብ በመጣስ ወደ አዲስ አበባ እንዲዛወር አድርገዋል፡፡ይህ ውሳኔ የክልሉን ህገ መንግስት ያላከበረ ስለሆነ ሊፀድቅም ሊፈፀምም አይገባም፡፡

በፌደራሉ ህገ መንግስት መሰረት 9 ክልሎችና ሁለት የከተማ አስተዳደሮች እንዳሉ ሲታወቅ አዲስ አበባ በዚህ ህገ መንግስት በአንቀፅ 49/2 መሰረት ራሱን በራሱ የማስተዳደር መብትና የራሱን የስራ ቋንቋ የመወሰን መብቱ የአዲስ አበባ ህዝብ እና የሚወክላቸው አካላት ብቻ መሆኑ በግልፅ ተደንግጓል፡፡ይህንን ህገ መንግስታዊ መብት በመጣስ የአዲስ አበባ አስተዳድርን የስራ ቋንቋ የሚወስን አዋጅ በፌደራል መንግስት ማውጣት በራሱ በህገ መንግሰቱ አንቀፅ 9 መሰረት ተቀባይነት የለውም፡፡ከዚህም በተጨማሪ በአዲስ አበባ ከተማ አስተዳደር ኦሮሞኛን የስራ ቋንቋ ማድረግ አዲስ አበባ ተወልደው ያደጉ ኦሮሞ ያልሆኑ ኢትዮጵያውያንን ከስራ እድል በማግለል ኦሮሞ ለሆኑ ኢትዮጵያውያን ቅድሚያ ለመስጠት በማስመሰል በዜጎች መካከል አላስፈላጊ የጥቅም ግጭት እንዲፈጠር የሚያደርግና በህዝብ መካከል ያለውን መስተጋብር የሚንድ መርዘኛ አዋጅ በመሆኑ በፍፁም ተቀባይነት የለውም፡፡

ከላይ በገለፅናቸው ማሳያ ነጥቦች መሰረት ይህ ተረቀቀ የተባለው አዋጅ የህግም ሆነ የሞራል መሰረት የሌለው ስለሆነ በአስቸኳይ አንዲቆምና የኦሮሚያ ክልል መንግስትም የአዳማን የክልል ርዕሰ ከተማነት ህገ መንግስታዊ መብትን በማክበር አሰተዳደሩን ወደ አዳማ እንዲያዛውርና የአዳማ ከተማ በክልሉ ህገ መንግስት የተሰጠውን የክልል ከተማነት መብት ተከብሮ ከዚህ ጋር በተያያዘ የሚገኙ የኢኮኖሚ፣የፖለቲካ እና የማህበራዊ እድገት ተፈፃሚ እንዲሆን በአፅንዖት እንጠይቃለን፡፡በመጨረሻም ረቂቅ አዋጁ ህወሀት/ኢህአዴግ የኢትዮጵያን መሰረታዊ የህዝብ ጥያዌ ለመመለስ አቅምም ሆነ ፍላጎት እንደሌለው በግልፅ የሚያሳይ ከመሆኑም ባሻገር ለስልጣኔ ይጠቅመኛል ያለውን ሁሉ በህዝብ ላይ ከመፈም ወደኋል እንደማይል ከድርጊቱ ተገንዝበናል፡፡ ስለዚህ የኢትዮጵያ ህዝብ በተለይም የአዲስ አበባ ህዝብ ይህንን ተረቀቀ የተባለውን ከፋፋይና መርዘኛ ረቂቅ አዋጅ ውድቅ እንዲሆን ጥቃቅን ልዩነቶችን በማሶገድ መሰረታዊ ለሆነው ለኢትዮጵያ ህዝብ ነፃነት፣እኩልነትና ዴሞክራሲያዊ አስተዳደር አውን መሆን ላይ በማተኮር በአንድነት ትግሉን አጠናክሮ እንዲቀጥል ጥሪያችንን እናስተላልፋለን፡፡

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