Ethiopia: Premier Replacement – Urgent, Constitutional, Democratic

analysis By Dirriba Teshome The Ethiopian People’s Revolutionary Democratic Front, EPRDF, the country’s ruling coalition, is to choose a new chairperson by next week who would by default assume the premiership .... Read more »

Chinese investment hotspot and a state of emergency: What’s going on in Ethiopia

Ethiopian Prime Minister Hailemariam Desalegn resigned on February 15 following mass protests. A six-month long state of emergency was imposed by the government the next day, with the intention of quelling civil... Read more »

Ethiopia’s ruling party to pick a new Prime Minister next week

TPLF/EPRDF AFP Addis Ababa – Ethiopia’s ruling coalition will meet to choose a new prime minister next week, a party official said on Saturday. Hailemariam Desalegn resigned as prime minister last week... Read more »

Ethiopia’s prime minister submits resignation after protests

Ethiopia’s prime minister announced Thursday he has submitted a resignation letter after the worst anti-government protests in a quarter-century, saying he hoped the surprise decision would help planned reforms succeed and create... Read more »

Opposition Party Sees Opening as Ethiopian Government Vows Changes

An Ethiopian opposition party whose chairman was freed after more than a year in prison plans to step up its activity as the Horn of Africa nation’s government pledges greater openness in... Read more »

Ethiopia’s Amhara state arrests civilians after deadly clashes with army

The Amhara regional state in Ethiopia says a number of civilians have been arrested for their role in deadly violence that killed over 20 people in the state through last week. The... Read more »

Ethiopia’s TPLF must fix its disease, not symptoms

Sebhat Nega, considered the Godfather of TPLF By Teshome M. Borago After over 2 years of courageous Ethiopian protests and thousands of innocent lives lost, the TPLF ruling party has thrown crumbs... Read more »

Ethiopia’s ruling party, EPRDF, opts for more authoritarianism to tackle anti-authoritarian protests

(OPride)—In a lengthy statement on Dec. 29, the 36-person Executive Committee of the ruling Ethiopian People’s Revolutionary Democratic Front (EPRDF) congratulated itself claiming Ethiopia’s growing woes are the outcome of its economic... Read more »

Ethiopia: Race to the Bottom – Ethiopia’s Accelerating Crisis

analysis By Dr. Awol Kassim Allo, for Addis Standard An economy in free fall, ever-deepening repression, a deteriorating security, inter-ethnic violence, and a vicious infighting within the ruling party – Ethiopia is... Read more »

Ethiopia: Race to the Bottom – Ethiopia’s Accelerating Crisis

analysis By Dr. Awol Kassim Allo, for Addis Standard An economy in free fall, ever-deepening repression, a deteriorating security, inter-ethnic violence, and a vicious infighting within the ruling party – Ethiopia is... Read more »