Support Abiy Ahmed for his rule of law operation in Tigray

Support Abiy Ahmed for his rule of law operation in Tigray

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Biruk Dagnachew started this petition to United Nations and

Abiy Ahmed is enforcing rule of Law in Tigray Region after the Tigrian People Librarion Front (TPLF) attacked national defence army base in Novemeber 1st.  The attack is part of a coordinated effort to overthrow the federal government of Ethiopia. This attack is the latest among hundreds of instigated clashes  by TPLF for the past 3 years. During the 27 years TPLF was in power, it oppressed the Ethiopian people by force, corruption, imprisoning journalists, activists and opposing political figures. 

After losing power to Abiy due to many opposition uprising by the people, TPLF have been creating clashes to upend his reform efforts. They have recently claim they won regional election in Tigray which is an outright power grab which they have done in the past four national elections in Ethiopia. In those elections, TPLF stole the people votes by changing ballots, intimidating and threatening observing officials. They have committed human right violations on many people of the country, they tortured, imprisoned, used unlawful military forces by filling thier loyalists in the national army. 

All the atrocities they omitted had never been reported by the main stream international medias while TPLF were in power. But the current PM Abiy law enforcement in the northern region is being scrutinized by almost all mainstream media outlet. Nobel Peace Laureate Abiy Ahmed tried negotiating with them before their treasonous assault on the national army but they have refused repeatedly. But the news reports make it look like he chose conflict over negotiations which is a skewed representation of the truth. 

This negligent, selective reporting must be stopped. We shall curb lobbyists that are trying to spread misinformation about what is going on in Ethiopia.

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