Jason wrote:Revu no need to flatter your self sounding like your insider in Oromo politics. The fact is your likes will never ever penetrate Oromo politics. It has been tried and failed year after year by your likes but i can tell you one thing though, all those so called secret neftegna mailing lists you guys tried to keep from none Neftegnas, we easly manged to penetrate them with less efort.
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Jason wrote:Minew yalbelahen baatakk? It's know in Oromo politics that Leencoo Leta never favors the idea of OLF army sitting in Eritrea.
Later, we were asked (by the government of Eritrea and ambassadors from other countries) for our preconditions for rejoining the TGE at a meeting in Asmara, OLF clearly indicated that the composition of the “Ethiopian” defense force must be restructured immediately. The “Ethiopian” defense force was not assembled from all sectors of Ethiopia; the defense force was created from former TPLF rebel fighters, and as expected, its allegiance was to TPLF. Therefore, OLF put forth a proposal to create a nonpartisan defense force. We were willing to take a risk for the second time and rejoin TGE if that condition was met immediately. Even today, unless there are fundamental organizational changes in Woyane’s Ethiopian government, it is impossible to come to power through the electoral process.
VEDR: Going back to our previous discussion on the promises made to OLF when it joined TGE, why were you reluctant to join the London Conference? Also, what was the response from those involved at the Asmara meeting to OLF’s proposal to create a nonpartisan new defense force as a precondition for rejoining TGE?
LL: I will start with the second question, many at the Asmara meeting were skeptical about our proposal to create a nonpartisan new defense force; we presented detailed procedures on how to create that defense force. However, our proposal was declined, not by Woyane, but by President Isayas of Eritrea. I do not know why President Isayas took such a position about OLF’s proposal. Despite his role as a negotiator, President Isayas was first to criticize and decline our proposal as impractical - even before Woyane’s representatives had a chance to speak about it at the meeting.
Jason wrote:Wezero Aslequ the transcript you posted was published on Leenco 1998 book the Ethiopian state at the cross road of colonization or decolnization. In other word what you just posted is about 10 years old. It's not new to those who read his book 10 years ago.
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