Ethiopia Interview with Eskinder Nega about the challenges that he is facing

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A statement released by the Tigray People’s Liberation Front (TPLF), the ruling EPRDF’s oldest member, called Ethiopia’s recent decision to accept fully the Ethiopia-Eritrea Algiers Agreement and the subsequent decision by the boundary commission and to partially and/or wholly privatize major state owned companies have “fundamental flaws”. The statement also called for the executive and the council of ruling party EPRDF, led by the new Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed, to hold an emergency meeting to review these and other issues of importance. Ethiopia accepts boundary agreement In an unprecedented move after a day long meeting by the 36 Executive Committee members of the ruling EPRDF, a statement released on June 05/2018 by the politburo said Ethiopia will fully accept the December 12, 2000 Algiers Agreement, a peace agreement between the governments of Eritrea and Ethiopia, which established a special boundary commission. #Ethiopia: Residents of #Badme, the flashpoint town that triggered the 2yrs costly war betw/n #Ethiopia & #Eritrea, staged a demonstration this morning opposing the government’s recent decision to comply with the #AlgiersAgreement & the #EEBC‘s ruling awarding Badme to Eritrea pic.twitter.com/IGr5wlvneU— Addis Standard (@addisstandard) June 11, 2018 #Badma is #Eritrean territory and the resident of Badma" />
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dissident and writer eskinder nega began a development which is called baldras with the point of addis ababa ought to be administerd and ought to be lead by an individual who is conceived in addis ababa. eskinder nega was in prison and he was condemned for up to death in view of psychological oppression in the past time of the legislature. Police in Addis Ababa at the beginning of today avoided columnist and previous Amnesty International Prisoner of Conscience, Eskinder Nega, from holding a question and answer session to declare plans for his new TV station, Senai. Cops hindered the passageway to the Hilton inn turning columnists and different participants away. This pursues a comparable proceed onward 3 June when the police banished a past question and answer session sorted out by Eskinder to declare his arrangements for his TV channel at the Ethiopia Hotel, additionally in Addis Ababa. "This provocation is exclusively gone for disappointing the straightforward Eskinder Nega and abridging his entitlement to opportunity of articulation. It is unsuitable and must be halted in light of the fact that Ethiopia's laws don't require question and answer sessions to be endorsed or authorized. The police reserve no option to stop public interviews," said Joan Nyanyuki, Amnesty International's Director for East Africa, the Horn and the Great Lakes. In March this year, Eskinder attempted to hold another public interview on the organization of Addis Ababa however it was dropped by the police for "security reasons". Eskinder additionally uses Twitter to voice his suppositions on an assortment of issues, where he has likewise confronted antagonistic vibe, including dangers to his life. "The current week's obstruction with Eskinder's question and answer sessions demonstrate that the police and different experts are not satisfying their job in maintaining opportunity of articulation in Ethiopia," said Joan Nyanyuki. "While Eskinder's announcements might be hostile to a few, they fall under the privilege to opportunity of articulation allowed under universal law and should along these lines be regarded."

A statement released by the Tigray People’s Liberation Front (TPLF), the ruling EPRDF’s oldest member, called Ethiopia’s recent decision to accept fully the Ethiopia-Eritrea Algiers Agreement and the subsequent decision by the boundary commission and to partially and/or wholly privatize major state owned companies have “fundamental flaws”. The statement also called for the executive and the council of ruling party EPRDF, led by the new Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed, to hold an emergency meeting to review these and other issues of importance. Ethiopia accepts boundary agreement In an unprecedented move after a day long meeting by the 36 Executive Committee members of the ruling EPRDF, a statement released on June 05/2018 by the politburo said Ethiopia will fully accept the December 12, 2000 Algiers Agreement, a peace agreement between the governments of Eritrea and Ethiopia, which established a special boundary commission. #Ethiopia: Residents of #Badme, the flashpoint town that triggered the 2yrs costly war betw/n #Ethiopia & #Eritrea, staged a demonstration this morning opposing the government’s recent decision to comply with the #AlgiersAgreement & the #EEBC‘s ruling awarding Badme to Eritrea pic.twitter.com/IGr5wlvneU— Addis Standard (@addisstandard) June 11, 2018 #Badma is #Eritrean territory and the resident of Badma

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