Ethiopia: Council of Ministers Approves Draft Legislation to ensure Oromia’s Special Privilege in Addis Ababa


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7 Responses

  1. Be ewnetu says:

    Does Tigrai benefited from fedral by special bonus from federal budget of thr tourust section in Tigrai? Is not good idea to invest on Shire park?
    Does the governement hear some quations without uprising like Oromia?

  2. Justice says:

    Hhhhmmm Special benefit is to take all the rest in a matter of time.

  3. Sunson says:

    ጥሩ ውሣኔ ነው ፡፡ አፈፃፀም ላይ ምንም አይነት ችግር እንዳይፈጠር ልቅም ተደርጎ ይጠና ፡፡ ልቅም ተደርጎ ይተንተን ፡፡ልቅም ተደርጎ ለወደፊቱ የሚኖረው እንደምታ ይመርመር ፡፡

    በተረፈ ወደ ኢኮኖሚያዊ እድገታችን በይበልጥ እናተኩር ፡፡
    ድህነት ሲመታ ሚልየን ችግሮቻችን በአንዴ ይወድቃሉ ፡፡

  4. Moltotal Demie says:

    Who’s next? Deredawa or Hawasa??

  5. marty says:

    Let’s hope this will not lead to a more worrying demands from the Oromo Peoples’ Democratic Organization (OPDO), .I have heard of business owners hinting possible relocation,aborting investment plans .and selling off existing business and properties.there is uneasiness and fear that rent and business tax may rise while property prices may plummet.
    It is highly likely we may see some known organizations moving their headquarters to the north where demand for properties and land are growing.
    Amhara National Democratic Movement (ANDM) is expecting to see businesses flock as well as huge number of diaspora amharas eyeing the amhara state..Bahir dar is already is showing its potential as an attractive alternative.
    my comment is based on real and verifiable estimates and trends that are seen currently at one of the well known real estate agent where I work.

  6. Ibsa Ganama says:

    People are demanding fundamental change; a change that would ensure freedom and justice for all. Instead of addressing the legitimate demands of the people they are opting for cosmetic change. እኛም ነቅተናል ጉድጓድ ምሰናል! Now is the time when we need greater solidarity than ever. Caving in for a divisive ploy like this one, would not serve anyone except prolonging the suffering of all.

  7. Hamelmal Abate says:

    We Oromos are not looking for a sanctuary city . We are not illegal immigrants, we are legal citizens of Ethiopia. If we were looking for a sanctuary city we go cross the boarder to Kenya , to Somalia , to Djibouti , to Yemen and so on. Shame Shame Shame on TPLF bandas for treating us Oromos worse than they are treating their cousins the Eritrean illegal immigrants in our own country.

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