Yehabesha Gondar in protests following the death of Semegnew Bekele - Ethiopia

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የኢንጅነር ስመኘው ሞት ተከትሎ በጎንደር ረብሻ ተነስቷል፣ ሰላም ባስ ተቃጥሏል። አጭር ቪድዮ ይመልከቱ፣ አስተያየትዎንም ያጋሩን

The United States Congress will finally vote on a human rights resolution against the Ethiopian government in the second week of April, a Congressman deeply involved in the process has announced. According to Rep. Mike Coffman who represents Colorado’s Sixth Congressional District, the vote is a sign that “The fight for respect of human rights & inclusive governance in Ethiopia continues.” In a tweet of March 21, 2018; he said the bi-partisan House Resolution 128 was scheduled to be voted upon in the week of April 9 after months of work by all involved. displayAdvert("mpu_3") Passing H. Res. 128 would send a powerful message to Addis Ababa to get serious about undertaking reforms, and the Ethiopian government’s bullying tactics should not derail it. I’m happy to announce that after months of hard work (by all involved) #HRes128 is scheduled for a vote the week of April 9. The fight for respect of human rights & inclusive governance in #Ethiopia continues… pic.twitter.com/hF1lvOBCZs— Rep. Mike Coffman (@RepMikeCoffman) March 21, 2018 In October 2017, a pro-democracy group, Freedom House, accused Ethiopia of literally blackmailing the U.S. Congress with a threat to withhold counter-terrorism cooperation if the vote went ahead. Freedom House quoted Republican Congressman Mike

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