Ethiopia: Opposition group cut off communication fiber-optic cables

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An opposition group Tinsae Ethiopia claimed its members cut off a broadband fiber-optic cables near city of  Dilla in Southern Ethiopia.
The group website (Tinsae.org) noted these fiber-optic cables connected Ethiopia through Moyale are used by governmental offices, banks, financial tinsae-ethiopiainstitutions and companies that owned by the ruling party EPRDF affiliate individuals.
In recent week the same opposition group took the responsibility of damaging and cut off electricity cables in West Ethiopia that causes some parts of Addis Ababa left out of electric power.
Tinsae called the group action is civil resistance of the ruling party that has been in power for the last 20 years.

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    1. How dare could anyone, who claims to be Ethiopian, declare doing damage to this poor country’s resources? It should be obvious that it is the unfortunate public who suffers the most as a result of such actions on electricity supply lines, telephone networks.

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