Ethiopia’s UDJ urges to stop violating opposition rights
Written by Tesfa-alem Tekl
January 13, 2008 (ADDIS ABABA) – The opposition Unity for Democracy and Justice Party (UDJ) urged the federal government of Ethiopia to respect constitutional rights of opposition parties in the country.
In a statement sent to Sudan Tribune, the opposition force said that the “recent mass arrest, intimidation and all kind of persecution against opposition leaders, members and supporters is a deliberately stretched ill-policy of Meles government to systematically weaken the political roles of the legally established opposition parties who are peaceful struggling to bring democratic rule in the country.” Read more →
By Mammo Muchie
The Significance of the US Inauguration on the Historic Day of January 20, 2009 for the World?
Network of Ethiopian Scholars (NES) COMMENTARY.
“The first panacea for a mismanaged nation is inflation of the currency; the second is war. Both bring a temporary prosperity; both bring a permanent ruin. But both are the refuge of political and economic opportunists.” Ernest Hemingway
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Written by Solidarity Movement
Solidarity Movement Calls for New Actions: SMNE Endorses January 14th Rallies Throughout the World to Free Birtukan, Teddy Afro, Bekele Jirata and All Ethiopian Political Prisoners!
Solidarity Movement for New Ethiopia
We in the Solidarity Movement for a New Ethiopia (SMNE) are pleased with the very positive responses we have received from numerous diverse Ethiopian groups who indicate a willingness to sign a collective letter calling for an end to tyranny in Ethiopia. Such a letter would be addressed to policymakers in key donor countries, to the media and to other strategic leaders asking them to stand with the Ethiopian people against the oppressive policies of the current government of Meles Zenawi. Read more →