Donors are Responsible in Ethiopia!
by Enkidu Debaba
(Alfa / Sudan)
The Tigrayan People's Liberation Front (TPLF) leads the Ethiopian government today. It is one of the small tribal groups established in 1976.
Prior to activate its program, the (TPLF
) was rewarded by unknown joint-venturous groups to create the so-called 'Tigrayan manifesto program'.
The Tigrayan manifesto is anti Ethiopian people. The government applies it today on the citizens and enforces it on the Ethiopian people to practise self-destruction.
Ethiopians continue appealing to the international community and conservancies for 20 years. The donors and international community neglect the appeal and continue supporting the government.
The Prime Minister, Meles Zenawi is still president of the Tigrayan People's Liberation Front (TPLF) and he struggles to cede from Ethiopia, while he is at the same time the prime minister of Ethiopia.
It is unforgotten that during the previous administration, Meles Zenawi received applause and rewarded as a young democratic by international organizations in spite of the fact that he uses the manifesto of the TPLF
on the Ethiopian people.
During the 2005 elections, landslide won by the opposition groups but the previous Bush administration backed the party in power.
For many years, the Ethiopians continue to face challenges misled by local governments and irresponsible donors. Since then the government treats opponents badly.
Many generous, educated and business people especially those who are not Tigrayan were harassed by the authorities. However, some crimes remain secret.
Today the Ethiopian prime
minister decides to remain in power through this election and he knows there is no strong or armed opposition group that may win over him.
The authorities will either harass or imprison any one intends to win or gets support from the nations, like Burtukan Meddkesa.
Therefore, the next election is just a formula/drama, and the citizens watch it for some days just to kill the time.
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