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Written by A.Danel Tamir -   
Thursday, 09 August 2007
By - A.Danel Tamir
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I appreciate the patience of the leaders of Kinijit to withstand the false propaganda of the ruling party which is spread out in all forums of their media.  Despite this propaganda, most of the Ethiopian people are still standing behind this party, which is advocating for "genuine struggle for Democracy".
Kinijit party members who have won the 2005 election have not secured their seats in Parliament. In other words, they have to start from scratch and make themselves ready for the election to be carried out after 2 years. This is a clear manifestation of how the ruling Party is playing wide open intrigues to suppress the will of the people. It is also quite certain that this Party will once again find means and ways to disqualify KIinijit from the next election. 
As we all know, the ruling party will never accept the real "multiple party system" other than those symbolic tribal parties which it had formed from the start. In order to sustain this strategy, their main aim is to crash down all up-coming opposition parties and enjoy a little moment of extra time until another strong party immerges.
This game, however, will not take them any longer as they have expected.  If the existing regime can’t change its attitudes and try to make history by facilitating all means and ways for "Democratic Rule", they will perish away by themselves like the previous Regimes. But the big scar they leave on the Ethiopian History will always be seen as a dark spot.
Ethiopia has undergone through transformation of unwanted changes from Feudalism to Communism and now to Tribalism. The trend is a downward slope always going to the worst. This country should no more be a testing ground of different ideologies and therefore, the Ethiopian people, irrespective of their tribal differences and political affiliation, should stand together to establish a Democratic Government once and for all.  Whatever the case might be, we have to keep our peaceful struggle until Democracy reigns in Ethiopia.
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