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Will Border dispute weaken Ethiopia’s federalism? | DW Amharic

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Will Border dispute weaken Ethiopia’s federalism?

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commenter - 796 days ago
This the proof of the pudding, federalism based on language alone never works in the history of the world.
Federalism is a good thing, but it should be based on geographically suitable to provide services and economically beneficial to the local people, of course within a single state multiple languages and cultures are treated equally, but there should be federal language. For example creating tiny Harari state is ridiculous, the population of one Kebele as a state? there should govern themselves under Oromo state or whatever, but to be counted as a state is stupidity of woyane politics.
commenter - 796 days ago
According to TPLF bandits and their followers only language, not nationality and history, defines peoples borders on the ground. That is why they illegally put entire Wallo Oromo either in Tigray or Amhara regions, because as they claim they are either Tigrigna or Amharic {speakers}, even though entire 7 Wallo Warras have nothing to do with both except they were forced to speak either language. Astonishingly they created the so-called "Oromia" zone in Wallo. They want to mislead the youth by teaching fake borders on paper by disregarding the reality on the ground and distorting history. That is also how Welkait suddenly became {Tigray territory}. Some folks settle somewhere illegally and speak a certain language, then the territory will be decided by {referendum}. This time bomb will explode and whoever planted it will not be saved.
commenter - 796 days ago
He said., Can I scare him? They said you are already busted asshole. He left to visit Hong KOng. RIB officer.
commenter - 796 days ago
The Tigre terrorists awarded half of Oromo land to Somalis and shared a further third between themselves and Amhara state . They planted this time bomb to put the whole of East Africa on flame, not just threaten so-called federalism, which by the way is no more than a nicer name to Tigre colonialism characterized by hallmarks of barbarism and fascism.

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