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Open letter to Prime Minister Of Ethiopia, Hailemariam Desalegn

Postby DefendTheTruth » 18 Dec 2017, 15:02


Dear Prime Minister of Ethiopia,

I felt your words amounted to adding an insult to the sustained injury and I think you should have also known better than that.

In your TV-address you came out to tell us that your government is going to investigate the crime committed against innocent people of the country, partly people who were in their hide-out from a danger that was posed on them in their own country to seek safety and security, by some cowards among us. Those cowards and evils should be brought to justice as soon as possible, in my view without any delay. To enable this to happen it is vital that your government create an independent and qualified commission which can resolutely and without any reservation investigate and report back to the people and the government, transparently and adequately.

Other than mentioning about creating such a commission, you have said nothing with regard to how it is made up, who constituted it, what its legally binding duty is and in which time frame that the body is supposed to report back about its findings, at least to partly mend the agony of those who have lost their loved ones from a crime most probably orchestrated by many in your own government.

This is a shame on those who are in the power that you have failed to guarantee the safety and security of the citizens and still try to hold your grip on power. If you feel you are unable to cope with the task of administering the affairs of the people, then the shortest path for you to take is to resign NOW.

We demand Accountability now!

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Re: Open letter to Prime Minister Of Ethiopia, Hailemariam Desalegn

Postby Degnet » 19 Dec 2017, 02:05


It is very sad that few people are interested in the future of Ethiopia that no one wanted to comment over this important issue.



Re: Open letter to Prime Minister Of Ethiopia, Hailemariam Desalegn

Postby Dedessa » 19 Dec 2017, 07:03


Degnet,
It is very sad that few people are interested in the future of Ethiopia that no one wanted to comment over this important issue.


what is your input ? TPLF sympathizer .
No one takes this animan seriously.he is nothing but TPLF's puppet.

In my opinion ,the PM is trying to make it sound as if some rogue ,trigger happy soldiers are responsible for the killing of innocent citizens .what about those who give orders?



Re: Open letter to Prime Minister Of Ethiopia, Hailemariam Desalegn

Postby Degnet » 19 Dec 2017, 07:34


That is what DefendTheTruth wrote,here in Europe,that is the way.



Re: Open letter to Prime Minister Of Ethiopia, Hailemariam Desalegn

Postby gearhead » 19 Dec 2017, 12:40


Resign what has been largely a ceremonial position and go back to academia.

Hand it over to someone with grit, who might actually lead a smother transition.


Else...kkk



Re: Open letter to Prime Minister Of Ethiopia, Hailemariam Desalegn

Postby Benn » 19 Dec 2017, 13:19


gearhead,

Do you really believe that TPLF will accept smooth transition to being a minority stakeholder in Ethiopia ? Do you really believe that TPLF will accept the roll-back of the regional boundaries that it has implemented in Tigray's favor ?

TPLF has put itself in such precarious situation that it can neither accept smooth transition to real Democratic Federal System nor it can secede pulling Article 39 ! They are stuck in their own quagmire




gearhead wrote:Resign what has been largely a ceremonial position and go back to academia.

Hand it over to someone with grit, who might actually lead a smother transition.


Else...kkk



Re: Open letter to Prime Minister Of Ethiopia, Hailemariam Desalegn

Postby sun » 19 Dec 2017, 19:51


Excellent metaphor!

Benn wrote:gearhead,

Do you really believe that TPLF will accept smooth transition to being a minority stakeholder in Ethiopia ? Do you really believe that TPLF will accept the roll-back of the regional boundaries that it has implemented in Tigray's favor ?

TPLF has put itself in such precarious situation that it can neither accept smooth transition to real Democratic Federal System nor it can secede pulling Article 39 ! They are stuck in their own quagmire.
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gearhead wrote:Resign what has been largely a ceremonial position and go back to academia.

Hand it over to someone with grit, who might actually lead a smother transition.


Else...kkk



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