Ethiopia’s Oromo farmers face continued repression

Since 2014 when the Ethiopian government launched a so-called “Master Plan” to expand the capital city of Addis Ababa, around 150 activists have been killed by government forces while 5000 have been jailed in relation to the protests by Ethiopia’s largest ethnic group, the Oromo, to the government plan.

Roberto Nieto interviews Bona Beshe, Master of Law from the university of Gondar in Ethiopia about the current situation.

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