Enkidu Debaba Writes about TPLF!
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He says, there is no any organization based on Ethiopian national unity except Ledatu Ayelew's party. I am surprised why Meles Zenawi permitted only that party led by Ledatu.
Many tribal based parties are competing today in the parliamentary elections on May 23rd. Ethiopian nationals face challenges while the Ethiopian political scene is prepared for tribal movements to disable any political group that wants to stand as strong national unity competitor.
Many democratic organizations kicked out, and scattered. Bertukan Medaksa was the leader of one of the groups who was struggling for national unity under democratic solutions, but her fate is has to stay in prison until the TPLF election comes over.
The Ethiopian parliamentary election's drama reveals that the Ethiopian prime minister, Meles Zenawi is now well done taking the TPLF manifesto to the next level which will absolutely be harmful not to Ethiopia only but to Tigray where the PM came from.
Enkidu Debaba continues, I anticipate that the battleground is already activated in Tigray. After the elections are over, the families in Tigray among them are the key figures of the TPLF will fight each other making the war inevitable in Tigray.
Many innocent people will lose their lives. This war will extend to the other provinces. Then the civil war will erupt all over the country. Many of the tribal based groups have their dream to see the practical implementation of the Tigrayan manifesto.
The new parliamentary candidates / TPLF members falsely accuse some opponent nationals of tribalism, while the TPLF president works behind the scene to create the greater Tigray without losing any family.
Some of the TPLF activators from different places, start assessing the benefits of Eritrean unity to use Assab port accordingly.
Enkidu Debaba thinks that this drama will cost many lives if the international community continues neglecting it.
Surprisingly many people will go to vote for Meles Zenawi. This indicates that they repressed the Ethiopian people to vote compulsory.
The 20 years born generations have lost any national unity, have no educational backgrounds and they remain in the dark side of the political life.
Those generations know nothing about their current history, what Meles Zenawi has done on their national history, unity and sovereignty. This great repression on the Ethiopian people might create confusion on the next step.
Whatever it is, the TPLF will be responsible of destroying Ethiopia.
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