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OSGA: The Ethiopian government must stop the discriminatory approach and find a durable solution

Posted: Waxabajjii/June 1, 2013 · Finfinne Tribune | Gadaa.com | Comments (1)

The following is a statement from the Oromo Support Group-Australia (OSGA) about the ongoing tensions of civilian conflicts in Ethiopia.


Oromia Support Group in Australia Inc.
P.O. Box 38
Noble Park, 3174, Vic
E-mail: osg.australia@gmail.com
Registration: A0041955G. ABN: 95 941 300 944

The Ethiopian government must stop the discriminatory approach and find a durable solution

OSGA Statement on ongoing tensions of civilian conflicts in Ethiopia

Troubled relations between Ethiopia’s government and the Oromo people constitute a serious obstacle in the country’s path to stability and prosperity. Indeed, the Ethiopian government’s recent history has been plagued by ethnic conflict and protracted conflicts with government forces, particularly in Oromia and neighboring regions.

Although it has recently started getting some Oromo media attention, for the past 3 years the ongoing invisible war carried out on Oromo, in the Aniya area, massively affected the local people.

Full Statement (pdf file)


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  1. Ts1

    Jun 2, 13 at 8:20 pm

    If TPLF continue to ignoring people’s request, people continue to revolting TPLF until Oromo, Amhara etc politicians and Journalists released regardless of any person be a member of OLF, G-7 etc. True govt allows freedom to all and adhere to upheld rule of law than repress people. Fight against the Dam opposition will reflect the voice of disadvantageous people, and then the advantage of the Dam would be less feasible to an obstructed citizen. There is no philosophy of jailing mass of people, for example Oromo, while only TPLF politicians get released. There is no self fooling as if the Dam benefits only innocent citizen but not the oppressor. As far as the oppressor continue, there will be no sustainable development.

    How comes a specific group of ethnicity back up by govt to have weapons and extensively attack other ethnicity, as a case impact on Oromo in Meiso, E. Wellega? It appears the TPLF will probably abolished.