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Ethiopia: ETV News - State of Emergency lifted | June 5, 2018

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Ethiopia: ETV News - State of Emergency lifted | June 5, 2018

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commenter - 72 days ago
Commenter below,

Woyanes looted money and properties in foreign countries is in trouble,
therefore they dont know where to hide their money,
the only way is to take the money back in Ethiopia and buy shares in the new privatization businesses,
woyanes themselves will buy the so called shares in Ethiopian Air Lines, in Telecommunication, etc.
There is no way they will pass the shares to foreign companies, this is life and death to them.
even the so called diaspora investors are they themselves with extended family members or loyal cadres.
Remember in early days of woyane, Meles was asked I think by Jimmy Carter or by Herman Cohen about privatization, Meles replied... if they privatized Amharas would buy all.
commenter - 73 days ago
Aklog Birara (DR.):
I therefor pose the following questions to the Prime Minister who I admire.
Why the urgency?
Have Ethiopian economists and financial experts within the country been asked to conduct a serious and professional study and come-up with options?
What is the criteria in selecting strategic public SOEs from others?
Who would be the primary beneficiary of the privatization scheme?
What mechanisms have been put in place to ensure that the billions of dollars stolen are not used to buy these assets?
Who recommended the scheme in light of the disastrous precedents of advice from the World Bank, the IMF, foreign consultants and such personalities as Tony Blair who labeled some African dictators as “Renaissance Men?”????????????????
commenter - 73 days ago
Aklog Birara (DR.):
It’s secretly and guardedly held assets such as EFFORT must therefore be subject to privatization.
It is therefore a puzzle to me that Prime Minister Dr. Abiy’s government decided to privatize or semi-privatize strategic public assets such Ethiopian Airlines now without public debate.
Other priorities notwithstanding:
The first priority is to retrieve the stolen billions of dollars and to make those who stole them accountable. Future theft, graft and illicit outflow should be criminalized now.
The second is to boost the private sector and make it competitive.
The third is to clean up the rotten and corrupt banking and financial system.
The fourth and supporting institutional mechanism is to issue a regulatory framework that empowers rather than restrains freedom of movement of social and financial capital!!!!!!!!!!!1
commenter - 73 days ago
Thanks for Diaspora, they exposed you to the world and you can't keep being defient for ever. There is no any other reason for this state of emergency liftings. idiots. We remember when ihadeg idiots trying to give brave face infront of international community's criticism. That time hewehat cadres so much full of themselves. Almost walking in the air.
commenter - 73 days ago
afer yasbelachu, yanen hulu hezb kegedelachu buhala, ahun awaju tenesa awaju tekemete eyalachu tifelasefalchu. First you win an election by 99.9% when people protest that you put state of emergency. Besbasoch, jiboch
commenter - 73 days ago
Look,

The huge business requires anywhere between fifty to one hundred Boeing 777 freight to be even permanently stationed and suck Do. Forty years from today we will lower the gap to around 20000%. The distance.
commenter - 73 days ago
Fuck your Bademe. When EAL partially privatize, it would fly to Mexico city. As a reminder we have 40000% difference in export goods. Cool 406 billion per anus.
commenter - 73 days ago
Comments below :
The Bademe question is not about the land, it is about the people who are Ethiopian and it is about the over 150,000 people who lost their priceless life to keep the right of those citizens. The Ethiopian people did not fight for Bademe just to keep the land, rather we fought to keep those peoples who are Ethiopian. It is sad to call them as a pieces of baren land when we we lost our people with the stupid negligence of the so called vistionary leade.
Regarding privatization you chose selectively the Ethiopian Telecom but what about the most successful company in the world, the Ethiopian Airlines? The nation lost everything in this incompetent regim except the endless propaganda of the fake double digits growth that benefited the TPLF Thievs !
commenter - 73 days ago
Decision on Badmem should be applauded. Keeping illegally a piece of useless barren land would only further erode our peace and economy for decades, with no positive return.
The telecommunication and internet service should be open to private sector. Otherwise, the regime uses its monopoly to spy on citizens and suppress political opposition.
commenter - 73 days ago
TPLF SAID THAT WE GOT BADME BUT THE TRUTH IS THAT WE LOST IT.
TPLF TOLD US WE GREW DOIBLE DIGIT FOR THE LAST 10 YEARS BUT THE TRUTH IS THAT WE DO NOT HAVE ENOUGH HARD CURRENCY ENOUGH EVEN FOR 2 WEEKS IN THE BANK.
WE DECIDED TO SELL OUR PROFITABLE COMPANIES BUT WHO IS GOING TO BUY THEM NOW ?
FOR SURE, IT CAN NOT BE ANY OTHER PERSON THAN THE TPLF THIEVES WHO LOTTED EVERYTHING WE HAVE AND PUT THE NATION BROKE !
WE LOST OUR PEACE !
WE LOST OUR BOARDERS !
WE CREAT SO MANY THIEVES !
CORRUPTION AND NEPOTISM IS RUMPANT !
EDUCATION AND EDUCATED ARE DEAD AND USELESS !
OUR SECURITY AND DEFENCE IS MONOPLOLIZED !
Bringing back our nation to the right order needs a lot of task ...
What a sad story !

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