Yehabesha Ethiopia Tigray Region president talks about the current situation in Somali Region

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ካልተከባበርን እንበታተናለን ያልኩት ባሳለፍነው ሳምንት ሱማሌ ክልል እንደሆነው አይነት ክስተት እንዳይከሰት እንጂ የትግራይ ክልልን እንገነጥላለን ለማለት አይደለም አሁንም ህገመንግስቱ ይከበር የክልሎች ስልጣን ይከበር ብለዋል ዶ/ር ደብረፂዮን ቪዲዮውን እነሆ

Ethiopia’s attorney general has asked the country’s High Court to drop charges against a prominent journalist and two foreign based media organisations. Criminal charges against Berhanu Nega, leader of Ginbot 7 (G7), as well as Jawar Mohammed, executive director of Oromo Media Network (OMN) and a prominent Oromo activist will be duly dropped. The two were accused along with prominent Oromo opposition politician, Dr. Merera Gudina of leading the 2015 anti-government protests. displayAdvert("mpu_3") The attorney general’s office has also said charges against two foreign based media organizations, OMN and ESAT were dropped. The institutions had been charged under Ethiopia’s anti-terrorism laws, accused of fuelling the protests by serving as a communication tool for terrorist organizations such as Oromo Liberation Front (OLF) and Patriotic G7, both outlawed under Ethiopian laws. State broadcaster, Fana BC reported that the High Court subsequently accepted the attorney general’s request. Ethiopia’s political reforms The actions of the attorney general are part of wider reforms by Ethiopia’s ruling party that have included release of political prisoners, change of guard at the country’s highest political office and reaching out to opposition political parties. SUGGESTED READING:Ethiopia to close notorious prison and
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