Ibsaa Obb. Leencoo Lataa Yaadaa mullaata ODF qabuu irraatti laatan
Jechoota yeroo fi dhaloota amma jiraniif kana booddee jiraaniifiis ergaa dhamsaaf kaka’umsaa gaarii of kessaa qabuu
Bitootessa 21, 2013 | Gabaasa Qeerroo Finfinnee
Walgayiin Qaamolee OPDO Miseensota Giddu Galaa Bitootessa 17 hanga Bitootessa 20, kaleessatti itti ture.
Dhimmi walgayii isaanis inni jalqabaa qorannoo fi gamaggama hojiiwwan darbanii irratti ture. Wal qorannoo isaanii kana irraan ka’ee gara Gumii (Koree giddu galeessa hoji raawwachiistuu) jedhu irrattis dabalata walgayii isaanii gaggeeffachaa turaniiru.
Haata’u malee walgahichi akka barbaachisaa ta’etti deemuu dhabuun walii isaanii gidduutti jeequmsii fi walittibu’iinsi uummamee wal diiguunii fi garee adda addaatti wal qooduun walitti mufachuudhaan walgayii wal diigumsaan adda bahanii jiru.
Akka gabaasaa caasaa hojii qabsoo achi keessaa gaggeessaa jiru irraa nu gahetti gumiitti galanii erga mariyatanii booda garee 4tti akka wal qoodan ifatti beekamee jira.
kanneen kunis wal mormuu fi sadarkaa naamusaan ala ta’etti wal mufachuun walgahii adda diiganii jiraachuun gabaafama.Gareeleen arfan kuniis:-
Garee Alamaayyoo Atoomsaa
1.1 Kumaa Dammaqsaa
1.2 Muktar Kadir
Garee Abbaa Duulaa
2.1 Abiyyii Ahimad
2.2 Lammaa Magarsaa-Waajjira Induustirii
2.3 Fiqaaduu Tasammaa-Dhimma dargaggoo irratti
2.4 Tolasaa Gaddafaa
2.5 Damisee Shittoo
2.6 Alamayyoo Ijjiguu
2.7 Warqinee Gabayyoo-poolisii federaalaa
Garee Dirribaa Kumaa
3.1 Tasfaye Tulluu
3.3 Alamaayyoo Taganu
Garee Juunaddiin Saadoo bakka inni hin jirretti kanneen mufii qaban
4.1 Abraham Adulaa
4.2 Musxafaa A/Simar
4.3 Nuuree Qamar
4.4 Bakar Shaallee
Haala kanaan walgayii isaanii mareen xumurachuu hanqatanii diiganii adda akka bahanii jiraachuun gabaasaan nu gahe addeessaa.
Waldiigumsa kana kan fide irra caalaatti hojiiwwan waggaa darbanii gamaggamuudhaan dadhabinaa fi wal amantee dhabuu irratti; akkasuma dhimma fi hojii hawaasummaa irratti, hojiin hojjennu maalif bakkeetti saaxilamaa, qaamni mormitootaa addatti ammoo ABOn iccitii keenya akkamiin dhaga’aa kun nu gidduudhaa bahaa jiraachuun keessa keenya maadheeleen ABO fi caasaan isaa akka jiran beekama jechuun gama biraan ammoo rakkoolee miseensa keessa jiru gubbaadhaa hanga goodatti, rakkooleen jiran naannummaadhaan, malaammaltummaadhaan miseensonni keenya boodatti jechaa akka jiru, aangotti fayyadamuu sirni bulchiinsaa gaggeefama jiraachuu isaatiini kkf irratti walitti bu’uunii fi wal diiguun qaamoleen OPDO kun yaadaan wal dhabanii wal gayii isaanii milii malee xumuranii jiru.
Qabsoon itti fufa! Gabrummaan ni kufa
Bitootessa 21, 2013 | Madda Oduu ABO
Humni Addaa WBO Godinaa Bahaa Harargee Lixaa magaalaa Mulluu seeneenuun Waajjira Milishaa Konyaa irratti Tarkaanfii fudhate. Tarkaanfii Bitootessa 5, 2013 halkan keessaa sa’aatii 2tti fudhate kanaanis rasaasa Ummata Oromoo ittiin loluuf kuufame guutummaatti dhuunfate. Akka kanaan AK-47 6 hidhannoo guutuu waliin, rasaasa AK-47 21,000 (kuma digdamii tokkoo ol) booji’uun dantaa qabsoo bilisummaa Oromoo irra akka oolu taasise. Kana malees gootichi WBO waardiyyoota waajjira milishaa kana eegaa turan Ahmad Gaab-waardiyaa fi Addawwee Jamaa Iiddoo jedhaman booji’ee barsiisaa fi gorsa barbachisu eerga kenneefiin booda gadhiiseera. Continue Reading
March 18, 2013 | Human Right Watch
(Washington, DC) – The World Bank’s board should support an internal investigation into allegations of abuse linked to a World Bank project in Ethiopia, Human Rights Watch said today.
The Inspection Panel, the World Bank’s independent accountability mechanism, has recommended an investigation into whether it has violated its policies in a project linked to the Ethiopian government’s resettlement program, known as “villagization.” Villagization involves the forced relocation of some 1.5 million Ethiopians, including indigenous and other marginalized peoples, and has been marred by violence. The board is scheduled to meet on March 19, 2013, to consider the Inspection Panel’s recommendation.
“The World Bank’s president and board need to let the Inspection Panel do its job and answer the critical questions that have been raised by Ethiopians affected by this project,” said Jessica Evans, senior international financial institutions advocate at Human Rights Watch. “If the World Bank doesn’t support this investigation, its Ethiopia program will continue to be shadowed by controversy.”
On September 24, 2012, several Ethiopians brought a complaint to the Inspection Panel, pressing the World Bank to apply its safeguard policies in an Ethiopia project. The safeguard policies are designed to prevent and mitigate undue harm in World Bank projects, including protecting the rights of indigenous peoples and preventing abuses related to involuntary resettlement.
The World Bank went ahead and approved the project the next day and has not applied its safeguard policies to the project.
The Inspection Panel, which reports directly to the World Bank’s board of executive directors, subsequently found that the complaint warranted a full investigation. This recommendation would have been endorsed by the board in February, but action has been delayed because the executive director representing Ethiopia has requested a discussion of the panel’s finding and recommendation.
|The new village of Bildak in Ethiopia’s Gambella region, which
the semi-nomadic Nuer who were forcibly transferred there
quickly abandoned in May 2011 because there was no water
source for their cattle.
Human Rights Watch research has found that many of the largely indigenous communities being moved in Gambella, one region where “villagization” is being carried out, have not been consulted about the resettlement process and that the government responded with violence and arbitrary detentions when people have not agreed to move.
A 20-year-old Ethiopian man who escaped to Kenya told Human Rights Watch, “Soldiers came and asked me why I refused to be relocated.… They started beating me until my hands were broken … I ran to tell [my father] what had happened, but the soldiers followed me. My father and I ran away.… I heard the sound of gunfire.” He heard his father cry out, but he kept running and hid from the soldiers in the bushes as he was “full of fear.” When he returned the next day, he learned that the soldiers had killed his father.
Once forced into new villages, families have found that the promised government services often do not exist, giving them less access to services than before the relocation. The government has also failed to provide compensation. Dozens of farmers in Ethiopia’s Gambella region told Human Rights Watch they are being moved from fertile areas where they survive on subsistence farming, to dry, arid areas. Many villagers believe that the fertile land from which they have been removed is being leased to multinational companies for large-scale farms.
The project in question is known as the Promotion of Basic Services (PBS) and is intended to improve education, health care, water and sanitation, agriculture, and rural roads. But, through this project, the World Bank is contributing to the salaries of local government staff who have been required to assist in implementing “villagization.”
Despite the human rights risks that “villagization” presents for the World Bank’s project,it has not applied its own safeguard policies. Its policy to protect indigenous people has not been applied in Ethiopia because the government does not agree that it should apply. Nor has the World Bank applied its policy on involuntary resettlement, which requires consultation and compensation when people are resettled.
The Inspection Panel recommended that it undertake a full investigation after a preliminary assessment that included interviewing Ethiopian refugees who have fled “villagization” and meeting with the Ethiopian government and donors. The Inspection Panel found the links between the World Bank’s basic services program and “villagization” to be plausible and to warrant investigation.
“Ethiopia is in great need of development aid, and its people have urgent social and economic needs that the World Bank should work to address,” Evans said. “But development by force is not development at all and Ethiopia should not be an exception to the World Bank’s commitment to upholding its own policies.
Qabsoo sabni keenya gabrummaa jalaa bayee mirga isaa akka gonfatu ilmaan Oromootaatin geeggeffamaa turee fi jiru keessatti akkuma akaakilee fi abbootii keennatti yeroo itti umriin keenya gayetti dhaaba ABO jalatti gurmooynee bara dheeraaf itti fufiinsaan keessaa hirmaachaa ar’a geenye. Dhaabni keenya ABOn jaalalaa fi fudhatama ol’aanaa ummata Oromoo biratti qabaattulle, injiffannoolee hawwame galmaan gayuu dhabuu, walqixxummaan miseensummaa dhabamuu fi dhiibbaa godhamurraa jaallan hoogganoota ABO, qondaaltota dhaabaa fi akkasumma miseensota hedduu wajjiin Sochii ABO haaromsuu jedhu keessatti hirmaachuun bara 2008 akka hawwamettillee ta’uu dhabu jijjiramnni ABO keessatti akka argamu carraaqnee jira.
Kana boodas akeekni ummata Oromoo aangoo siyaasaan ga’uu akka milkaayuf hawwiin ABO haaromsinee mooraa qabsaawota tokkoomsinee jaarmaya warraaqaa fi dimokraatawaa taasisuun qabsicha finiinsina jedhu mataa dhaaba kanaatiin wal hubannaa fii waldhageettii dhabuun abjuu ta’aa dhufee. Haala abjuun jaarmaya ABO haaroomsuu jedhu hindhugoomin keessatti murna kana wajjiin qabsoo itti fufuuf haalli jiru mijjataa ta’uu dhabuu akkasumas murna kana wajjiin turuun akka nama tokkootti qabsoofnee qabsoo Oromootiif bu’aa buufna jennee waan hin amanneef guyyaa arraa Bitootessa/March 15, 2013 tti murna ABO Jeneraal Kamaal Galchuun hoogganamu keessaa dirqama hoogganummaa ta’ee miseensummaa qabaachaa turre hundarraa fedhii keenyaan ufirraa buusuu keenya qabsaawotaa fi ummata Oromootiifis ifa godhuu barbaanna.
Murna kanaa ala uf godhuun keennaa ammoo qabsoo Oromootii ala uf taasisuu akka hinta’in akeekkachiisaa, hanga gabrummaan jirtu qabsoon waan itti fuftuuf waadaa keenya haaromfannee xurree kaayoon qabsoo ummata Oromoo galma gaya jennee amannuun filannee qabsoo keenya akka itti fufnu addeessina.
Xaahaa Abdoo Tuko