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Breaking the cycle of violence!

The alarming frequency with which intercommunal conflicts are occurring all over Ethiopia is perhaps the single greatest threat to the continued existence of the country as a functioning polity.

Setting clearly the boundary of accountability!

The constitution of Ethiopia unequivocally stipulates that any public official or an elected representative is accountable for any failure in official duties. The reality on the ground cannot be further from this though.

Unchecked power begets egregious acts!  

 The presser given earlier this week by the Federal Attorney General has left the public aghast at the extent of the horrifying acts committed during the reign of the ruling Ethiopian Peoples’ Revolutionary Democratic Front (EPRDF).

Dumping old-fangled practices posthaste!

The 21st century is characterized by an exponential growth in technological progress. Incredible minds are introducing or innovating exciting technologies which make life easier and more convenient.

The sins of distorting history

History is an embodiment of the heritage of a nation’s people that is passed down from generation to generation. It is manifested in nation building, the defence of national sovereignty, the expansion and demarcation of territory and numerous other forms of interactions at various levels.

Making sense of the Cabinet appointments!

For a second time since he came to power Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed (PhD) this Tuesday sought and obtained the unanimous approval by Parliament of his Cabinet comprised of some 20 ministers.

Gun-free Ethiopian politics!

Various insurgent groups have returned from exile from neighboring Eritrea over the past couple of months to embark on the peaceful pursuit of their political programs.

EPRDF walking a tight rope

The eagerly anticipated 11th Congress of the ruling Ethiopian Peoples’ Revolutionary Democratic Front (EPRDF), which was held for three days in Hawassa, the capital of the Southern Nations, Nationalities and Peoples Regional State, wound up yesterday.