Ethiopians protest in a hotel where Jawar stays

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The Ethiopian prime minister has pledged to reform the security and intelligence forces of the country, saying his government will focus on establishing a system of accountability within these sectors. The army and security forces have often been accused of using brutal forces and committing human rights violations in operations to repress protests against the government. In a recent mishap, soldiers launched an attack that killed at least 12 civilians and wounded many in the southern border town of Moyale. displayAdvert("mpu_3") The attack which the army blamed on faulty intelligence caused thousands of Ethiopians to flee into neighbouring Kenya. Addressing Ethiopians living in and around the capital Addis Ababa, Abiy also pledged to reform the judiciary where some laws like the Anti-Terrorism Proclamation and the Ethiopian Charities and Societies Proclamation have been described as repressive and restrictive on the democratic space in the country. PM #AbiyAhmed said reforming the judiciary: revisiting repressive laws; opening up the democratic space & space for free & independent media will be his priority. He also said his gov. would work to connect with the demands of the youth & creat job opportunities. #Ethiopia pic.twitter.com/BKkzA2FiZo— Addis Standard (@addisstandard) April 15, 2018 The new premier who is" />
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Jawar Mohammed is an extremist who has aced methods for controlling jobless and radicalized ethnic Oromo Youth group, who are presently known as Qeerroo, to accomplish his political thought processes. 

 

Before, he used to paint himself as a moderate Oromo extremist and was acknowledged that route by a significant number of Ethiopians – particularly in the Diaspora. That is presently a former story. He currently is acting himself as a radical Oromo patriot to radicalized youth who demonstrated to be guileless apparatuses for his political goal. 

 

In a nation of 110 million populace, he has figured out how to have over 1.5 million facebook devotees ( remembering for the diaspora) with whom he speaks with Oromo language-as the age bunch he speaks with generally don't appear to talk or comprehend another Ethiopian language. 

 

He thinks about himself, he as pronounced it straightforwardly during a meeting with a neighborhood news source in Ethiopia, as the subsequent government, and compelling individual. 

 

On the evening of October 22, 2019, he distributed a facebook update telling his supporters that administration is pulling back security doled out in his habitation in the capital Addis Ababa. 

 

Hours after the fact his Qeerroo swarm in the Oromo area of Ethiopia, not in all pieces of Oromo district, was prepared and began shutting streets. At that point, this equivalent gathering of radicalized ethnic Oromo youth set off a slaughter that numerous Ethiopians portrayed as a slaughter that was inspired by ethnic and strict characters. 

 

In 48 hours, 86 individuals were killed-that is the Ethiopian government official figure. While 10 were individuals from law implementation units in the area, the rest was boorishly slaughtered. 

 

Sound sources have affirmed that Jawar Mohammed has landed in the United States on Wednesday, November 13, 2019. He has plans to visit a few urban communities in North America and Europe. 

 

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The Ethiopian prime minister has pledged to reform the security and intelligence forces of the country, saying his government will focus on establishing a system of accountability within these sectors. The army and security forces have often been accused of using brutal forces and committing human rights violations in operations to repress protests against the government. In a recent mishap, soldiers launched an attack that killed at least 12 civilians and wounded many in the southern border town of Moyale. displayAdvert("mpu_3") The attack which the army blamed on faulty intelligence caused thousands of Ethiopians to flee into neighbouring Kenya. Addressing Ethiopians living in and around the capital Addis Ababa, Abiy also pledged to reform the judiciary where some laws like the Anti-Terrorism Proclamation and the Ethiopian Charities and Societies Proclamation have been described as repressive and restrictive on the democratic space in the country. PM #AbiyAhmed said reforming the judiciary: revisiting repressive laws; opening up the democratic space & space for free & independent media will be his priority. He also said his gov. would work to connect with the demands of the youth & creat job opportunities. #Ethiopia pic.twitter.com/BKkzA2FiZo— Addis Standard (@addisstandard) April 15, 2018 The new premier who is
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