Ethiopia is one of the oldest nation-states in the world. Both written and oral history and recent archeological discoveries, despite regional rivalries, suggest the historical continuity of the nation. It was a Monarchy until 1974. From 1974 to 1991 the country was declared to be ‘Peoples Democratic Republic’ by the military junta, Derg, and went through a traumatic experience. Tigrai Peoples Liberation Front (TPLF), a guerrilla force from a minority ethnic group that led the rebellion against the military junta and captured the institutions of the State, has been in power for the past 24 years. The country is ruled as a one-party state under a façade of multi-party system since 1991. Continue reading Launching an Effective Resistance Against TPLF Tyranny in Ethiopia→
Neamin Zeleke, Head of Foreign Affairs of Patriotic Ginbot 7 International Leadership and a member of Arbegnoch Ginbot 7 (AG7) Council, told ESAT that the formation of United Movement for the Salvation of Ethiopia through Democracy (ሃገር ኣድን ንቅናቄ) has elevated the struggle for freedom and democracy in Ethiopia to a higher level.
Mr. Neamin travelled to Eritrea and remained there for three months before returning at the end of last week. He said Ethiopian opposition forces unequivocally have full confidence in the government of Eritrea and highly appreciative of the support it has been proving for Ethiopian liberation forces. Mr. Neamin also affirmed that the Eritrean government does not make undue interference in the internal affairs of Ethiopian forces based in Eritrea. Continue reading Berhanu Nega Would be Based in Eritrea Until Freedom Achieved in Ethiopia: Neamin Zeleke→