Opposition politician Yilkal Getenet accuses the ruling party of working to dismantle Ethiopia

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A bilateral amnesty program between Ethiopia and Saudi Arabia in respect of Ethiopians illegally resident in the oil-rich Gulf nation expires today after a months’ extension elapsed. The process till this stage has involved the issuing of the initial 90-day amnesty – during which time authorities in Addis Ababa expressed worry over the slow rate of return. At a point there was a huge return then an extension of 30-days was granted. This effectively means that Saudi can now resort to forcible deportation and imprisonment of persons who failed to take the program and to return home. displayAdvert("mpu_3") It is better if our citizens come back home before various problems arise seizing the opportunity they are given even in the remaining short period. The Ethiopian government helped facilitate exit visas for thousand of its nationals who were illegally resident in Saudi, most of them had gone to work as labourers. Figures indicate that there are about 400,000 such illegal residents but so far only about 60,000 of them have taken the amnesty program to return, the BBC’s reporter in Addis Ababa reports. Below is a brief timeline of events since March 2017. March 29, 2017 – Saudi Arabia issues a 90-day notice for all undocumented
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