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Free Mafara Mohamed Laale

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October 18, 2016

The Afar People’s Party (APP) would like to express its concern on incarceration of artist, activist and politician Mrs. Mafara Mohamed Laale on October 4, 2016. She was imprisoned during a meeting organized by the District administration of Dubtie town in attempt to mobilize the local people to demonstrate against Ethiopians protest in Oromia and Amhara Regions. Mrs. Mafara opposed this malicious act Woyane aimed at to instigate conflict between Afars and other ethnic groups in the country. She instead advocated solidarity support for those who struggle for their democratic rights in all regions of Ethiopia and walked out of the meeting in protest. Shortly after she left the meeting, she was thrown into prison implementing the newly proclaimed Emergency Law that makes her the first known victim in Afar Region.

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Condolences and Solidarity message to Bishoftu Massacre

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 October 4, 2016

Afar People’s Party is dismayed by the mass killing of our Oromo brothers in Bishoftu, while celebrating the Irrecha seasonal holyday. This act of state-terror and coward action on civilian population is a testimony for that the Woyane regime is falling apart and the situation is getting out of its control. It’s time to make sense of the causes, the causes that people are scarifying their lives for all over the country. Many heroic Ethiopians have been killed, prisoned, tortured and driven from their homes because they merely voiced their grievances and said No to social injustice and said Yes for human dignity.

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The solidarity message to current popular uprising in Ethiopia

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The current popular uprising in Ethiopia indicates that the country is in a grave political crisis. The determinants for the ongoing turmoil are social injustice and the politics of marginalization implemented by the ruling EPRDFs minority regime. The unremitting Oromo protest has been going for nine months, and this torch for justice is now burning all over Ethiopia and most recently in Gonder and elsewhere. The civilian popular quest for justice and equality has been retorted by bullet and many of our Ethiopian brothers has been massacred.

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Itiyopiyah doolat luk salaam sittin gey wagsiisa ane wayne xaagu kee Dareemu

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Qafar Ummattàh Parti ( APP ) ta maybalaalaqa kaxxa waaga luk taktubeeh, Parti wagsisaak fesbookul yuktubeenih yanin ane wayni xaaguy Siyaasa parti loowitak Bagulle migaaqat antifaquk anewayni xaagu tabaatabsiak geytiman.

Tah abteh tan gaba kee elle geytiman baaxooy, kak yuktubeenih yanin Kompiterih nibro nek IT butta ( Komputer ) mixigwa teexegeh tanim kee ahak ciggilaak ken migaaqitte qaduk awqelem neysixxige. Ta mari kaaduk Qafàr addal ane wayni xaagul yamixxigeh yan maray baaxoh addal Ummattal umam bahtah tan WAYANEH Xaqut gacak taamitah yan mara kinnim nasmitu xiqne.

Tama maybalalaqa takriyoonu taket xukuta

Afar People`s Party (APP) has taken a disciplinary measure on its chairman

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The Executive Committee (EC) of Afar People’s Party (APP) announces that it has discharged the chairman of the Party Mr Allo Aydahis Mohamed and Colonel Mohamed Ahmed Ali aka As Mohamed from all responsibilities. Both individuals have been warned during the EC meeting on Dec 27, 2014 for treacherous conducts that undermine the core values of the Party. Despite the warning, these two individuals continued to be treasonous and disloyal to the governing principles of our Party.

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Unfounded Accusation of Peace Talks with Ethiopian Government

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Afar People’s Party (APP) is writing to retort baseless allegations, and false assertions directed to it with regard to alleged peace talk with the Ethiopian government. Spreading intentional but unfounded rumours that target political organisations seems to be a growing phenomenon, and APP has been victim to such allegations on Facebook by individuals with pseudo-names. Our IT team has successively identified the IP-addresses that belongs to Facebook pseudo-names of the individuals who circulate the rumours. These individuals are well known among Afars not only for their erratic and self -absorbed behaviours but also as collaborators with the repressive and tyrannical Woyane regime. Their name will be made public after finalising the ongoing process of lawsuit.

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Xintoh Umaane

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Qafàr Rakaakay Qabar kee weeqi qawalaylat inki uddurih addat kaxxam biyaakite

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Maybalaalaqà Caxah alsa 2016

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Tah kaaduk qafàr dacrsittoh xiina radeh yan qabaarat luk sugen midir kee maddur keenik yembexeh sugem tamixxigeeh, tahak awqe kal radeh yan roobih weeqa kee barafaay caaco edde mango roobuy cayla leh gadda akkuk geytiman.

Tama maybalalaqa takriyoonu taket xukuta

Afar Region in Ethiopia has been hit by drought and flooding simultaneously

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It’s well known that the Afar pastoralist have been exposed to the recent drought and lost the majority of their livestock capital. Without recovery from the drought they are now victims of a sudden heavy and snowy rain that flooded the area.

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The Denied National Election and its Mockery in Ethiopia

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The Afar People`s Party (APP) would like to draw your attention to the fifth national election intended to take place in May 2015 Ethiopia.  In all its earlier cases the attempt to promote democracy through free and fair elections failed due to government harassments, arrests and killings, cover up by the systematic fraud managed by the ruling TPLF-led government. Thus, the result of the coming artificial election is known long before the election was carried out. The future democratic direction of the nation remains gloomy since the current regime has opted for non-competitive and oppressive sinister manoeuvre to cling into power. This critical situation in Ethiopia is well-known both inside the country and beyond. The shrinking democratic space, human rights abuse and unequal distribution of wealth and power in the country have raised the international concern. As a result most of international organizations have declined to participate as observers of the election.

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