Ginbot 7 Ethiopian National Election and Its Aftermath: How and Why The 2005 Democratic Election in Ethiopia Turned Violent Teferi Fantahun Author
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Ginbot 7 Ethiopian National Election and Its Aftermath: How and Why The 2005 Democratic Election in Ethiopia Turned Violent is a brief study of the 2005 Ethiopian parliamentary election and its violent aftermath. The author critically analyzes the rhetoric and actions taken by the ruling Ethiopian People’s Revolutionary Democratic Frond (EPRDF) and the opposition political parties during the 2005 Ethiopian national election. The book also captures the aspirations, dreams and fears of the Ethiopian people as well as their collective yearning for fitehawi mengist, unity and a peaceful coexistence.In this book, you will discover:•Why the Ginbot 7 or May 15, 2005 Ethiopian Parliamentary election turned violent.•What role the EPRDF and the opposition parties play•How Ethiopian at home and abroad reacted to the post-election political crisis•What need to be done to rectify the deepening political crisis in Ethiopia

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