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Parliament revokes the legal immunity of TPLF representatives

The House of People’s Representatives (HPR) unanimously ratified the motion by the Attorney General to revoke the immunity from prosecution of 39 individuals it suspected of involvement in various crimes.
The individuals whose immunity has been revoked are TPLF officials. Some of these high ranking TPLF officials include:
1. Debretsion Gebremichael (PhD)
2. Asmelash Woldesenbet
3. Abay Tsehaye
4. Ambassador Addisalem Balema (PhD)
5. Getachew Reda
6. Atsebeha Aregawi
7. Gebre-egziabher Areaya
The individuals are suspected of waging armed rebellion, attacking the Ethiopian National Defense Forces, and other related crimes.

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