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STOP! TPLF DICTATORIAL REGIME´s MASS KILLING OF ETHIOPIANS.

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In Ethiopia, just had the bloodiest weekend in years. In last six months only, close to over 1200 peaceful protesters were killed by TPLF soldiers in Amhara and Oromia regions. ‎Oromo Protests has continued and Oromia-wide demonstrations were held of more than 200 cities. Oromo Protests has now become ‪‎Ethiopian Protests since the Amhara and Oromo constitute more than 70% of the population and similar protests have been taking place in Gambella and SNNPR. In the last three days only, over 200 Ethiopian Amhara region peaceful demonstrators  were killed. TPLF soldiers are killing not only demonstrators but also any Amhara ethnic old and young people were killed after taking them out from their own house. For example in Northern Gonder, Amba Giorgis in one single day 26 civilians were killed. Big cities in Amhara region Baher Dar, Gondar, Debretabor and other cities day to day life has already paralysed. All government and private offices are closed.

The situation in Ethiopia is extremely serious and the EU cannot keep expressing its "deep concern" which Ethiopians have now concluded to be hollow. The only way the looming disaster affecting the sub region and EU interest in Ethiopia and the Horn of Africa can be averted if the US, EU and the UN put meaningful pressure on the Ethiopian regime to agree to find meaningful political solution towards a peaceful transition that involves all stakeholders.This is extremely urgent call and we all know what delay of US, UK, and the West in general inaction led to in Rwanda in 1994. I plead to all EU Parliamentarians to be a voice calling for change and to take responsible action to save humanity before it is too late.



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