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Ethiopia’s Olympic delegation has returned without the marathon silver medalist Feyisa Lilesa. His decision not to return home follows claims that his life was in danger after he made a hand gesture in support of his Oromo people when he crossed the finish line for the marathon last Sunday in Rio. Men's #marathon silver medalist Feyisa Lilesa's crossed hands are telling a story about #OromoProtests in #Ethiopia pic.twitter.com/0KTTFYuFAE— Abiy Atomssa (@abiy_atom) August 21, 2016 Marathoner Feyisa Lilesa chose to remain in Brazil rather than return to Ethiopia with the rest of his team. https://t.co/2ZVr8nrij2— New York Times World (@nytimesworld) August 24, 2016 Ethiopian authorities had assured the runner that he would not be punished for his action, but the Olympic silver medalist is said to be seeking political asylum in the United States. Ethiopia says Olympic runner Feyisa Lilesa will get hero's welcome despite defiance https://t.co/Aq7baHPCHj— TIME.com (@TIME) August 22, 2016 The US State Department though has declined to comment on the matter, reports the AFP news agency. One of the coaches of the Ethiopia team, Hussein Shibo told the AFP: “I do not know if the Olympic committee" />
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Like a large number of my individual countrywomen and men, I am stunned and disheartened by the occasions of Ethiopia's ridiculous Saturday. Truly, the killings that occurred in Bahir Dar and Addis Abeba are unbelievable and heartbreaking all alone. As we grieve those murdered and denounce these appalling demonstrations, we have to prepare our feelings, if just for the memory of those slaughtered, for changing the condition that has made these demonstrations conceivable. 

 

Consequently, we have to test what these killings speak to and what they educate us concerning the condition of wellbeing or deficiency in that department in our political framework, maybe more precisely in the change that the nation has left on. In the passages that tail I attempt to test these inquiries, maybe as a continuation of Ethiopia's spring of expectation and winter of gloom, which I composed very nearly a year prior. 

 

The development of PM Abiy Ahmed as the pioneer of the decision Ethiopian People's Revolutionary Democratic Front (EPRDF) and Ethiopia's Prime Minister introduced another period of legislative issues. It turned into a period that denoted the finish of the governmental issues of criminalization of difference. It opened the jail entryways and let political detainees and nonconformists free. It repealed sentences forced on writers and political protesters estranged abroad. 

 

In this new time of legislative issues, PM Abiy's administration additionally welcomed back to the nation ousted political powers everything being equal and influences. In a demonstration illustrative of how far the new legislative issues made a trip to withdraw from quite a while ago, this new legislative issues even went similarly as supported by the legislature of the arrival of political restriction, including outfitted resistance gatherings. On their entry, each one of those political developments and outfitted restriction gatherings were welcomed with a celebrity central treatment with abnormal state government authorities including on occasion PM Abiy himself inviting them from the airplane terminal.

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Ethiopia’s Olympic delegation has returned without the marathon silver medalist Feyisa Lilesa. His decision not to return home follows claims that his life was in danger after he made a hand gesture in support of his Oromo people when he crossed the finish line for the marathon last Sunday in Rio. Men's #marathon silver medalist Feyisa Lilesa's crossed hands are telling a story about #OromoProtests in #Ethiopia pic.twitter.com/0KTTFYuFAE— Abiy Atomssa (@abiy_atom) August 21, 2016 Marathoner Feyisa Lilesa chose to remain in Brazil rather than return to Ethiopia with the rest of his team. https://t.co/2ZVr8nrij2— New York Times World (@nytimesworld) August 24, 2016 Ethiopian authorities had assured the runner that he would not be punished for his action, but the Olympic silver medalist is said to be seeking political asylum in the United States. Ethiopia says Olympic runner Feyisa Lilesa will get hero's welcome despite defiance https://t.co/Aq7baHPCHj— TIME.com (@TIME) August 22, 2016 The US State Department though has declined to comment on the matter, reports the AFP news agency. One of the coaches of the Ethiopia team, Hussein Shibo told the AFP: “I do not know if the Olympic committee
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