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Film Producer Flaherty’s Landmark Interview Exposes Zenawi’s Tyranny Print E-mail
Written by Selam Beyene, PhD   
Friday, 12 June 2009
While much has been written and said about the egregious crimes committed by Zenawi, the recent interview of film producer and director Chris Flaherty reported by Foreign Policy Journal's David Calleja [1,2] is unsurpassed in the clarity, objectivity and boldness with which the brutal nature of the dictator is exposed and his vulnerabilities are laid bare.
The interview, which must be read and discussed by all Ethiopians in the run-up to the 2010 elections and beyond, gives a factual representation of the crimes of the tyrant, the path to be taken by the opposition, the untapped potential role of the Diaspora, and the opportune conditions in the country to replace the ethnocentric regime by a representative government.
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