Woyane

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Sep 24th, 2014
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by Yilma Bekele This issue of Eritrea has been with us for more than I can remember. In fact it is fair to say like most of you I have lived all my life being affected by the problem with our relatives to the North. Considering the life expectancy in our ancient land it would […]...
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Sep 24th, 2014
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If you ask me, the problems and the solutions begin and end when we deal with the hypocrisy of our contemporary elites. There is no need to waste time and resources on other things before we confront the roots of the problems. by Teshome Debalke In a world of hypocrisy noting can be done but [&hellip...
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Aug 27th, 2014
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By Yilma Bekele What are the ways the Diaspora help the TPLF Government to rule with an iron fist and abuse our people and country? The Diaspora money is cash with no strings attached. The Diaspora is a major player in the condominium building process on land leased from Woyane owners. The Diaspora i...
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Aug 8th, 2014
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By Yilma Bekele Ato Andualem Aragie Andenet Party (2011) Ato Bekele Giriba – (OFDM) Oromo Federalist Democratic Movement (August 2011) Ato Olbana Lelissa – (OPC) Oromo People Congress Party (August 2011) Ato Yeshiwas Assefa – National council Blue Party (2014) Ato Daniel Shibeshi – Organi...
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Apr 14th, 2014
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By Tesfaye Demmellash (PhD) – Part I Moving steadily toward political transformation in Ethiopia and picking up the pace of change require advancing the resistance in thought, strategy, and practice. Essentially, this means gaining clarity about what the resistance is broadly and deeply against...
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Dec 19th, 2013
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By Mulata Gudata Politics rises with time and dies with time. Politics has a ‘wind’ – the political wind which blows in different directions at different times. The wind and time of communism held sway across the better part of our glob for the better part of the 20th century before it run out ...
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Oct 1st, 2013
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By Shiferaw Abebe “The Enemy of My Enemy Is My Friend” “The enemy of my enemy is my friend” is an old saying which actually has been applied in practice in politics and international military alignments from time to time to achieve short term goals. A striking example would be the allianc...
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Aug 10th, 2013
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by Teshome Debalke In the land of the lawless Woyane everything seems the opposite of what it is. Unity, freedom, equality and development are turned in to segregation, tyranny, inequality and corruption. The outdated propaganda to change fiction into reality is as dead as the late ethnic tyrant hims...
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Aug 2nd, 2013
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By Tesfaye Demmellash (PhD) In the course of the Revolution and in its wake and over the last two decades of ethnic feudalism, being an Ethiopian patriot and a progressive at the same time has been difficult. True, many of our revolutionaries were patriots, and identity politics may not always be unp...
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Jul 28th, 2013
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By Selam Beyene The history of Ethiopia is replete with contradictions and paradoxes. There are accounts galore of heroism and meekness, patriotism and treachery, devotion and apathy, and, above all, fear of God and acts of brutality in that ancient country. These chronicles may help provide clues ab...