8 Sep Our moral compass has been lost: Berhanu Nega York City, Berhanu Nega is an accomplished economist and author of a book ‘Yenetsanet. 1 Sep Dr. Berhanu Nega, associate professor of Economics at Bucknell University and the Chairman of the Ethiopian oppo lg sition Movement, Ginbot. 7 Sep Your browser does not currently recognize any of the video formats available. Click here to visit our frequently asked questions about HTML5.
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Is this too fine a point to grasp? In Januaryhe returned to the United States to “update” his supporters and raise funds for his organization.
I did not observe any substantive recommendation on the question of what is the way out. My sincere apology Mr. Ginbot 7 now is one of the prominent opposition organizations fighting for liberty and democracy in Ethiopia.
I think that is the way I believe drr can learn from each other and trying to boom out merely being offended and make any defense mechanism. Retrieved 6 November The book, over pages long, was highly popular and was sold out in its first weekend, selling out over 10, copies and garnering a black market with price 5 times its retail – so much so that the government started harassing people found with the book, stopping traffic and searching cars, while the public was selling copies of the book in black market.
He characterized ours as a left —wing movement started by students and now ended up with er so-called democratic revolution of TPLF. I want to make clear that I am not saying that the author should not be challenged and criticized.
Berhanu NegaPh. As one of those readers of the book, I have tried my best to get a real sense of understanding about the very hook of the author, and weather that purpose is well-reflected in the very content of the book. What kind of government or political system is required for this very huge and challenging responsibility?
No doubt that the Ethio-Eritrean issue matters a lot to our domestic security and stability. Do not get offended sir! Having completed his PhD studies, he joined the faculty of economics at Bucknell Universitywhere he became a lecturer in economics for three years. The point is not merely about the past but about the past in the present, about continuity as well as change in our political culture and practice. You have selected an article from the AllAfrica archive, which requires a subscription.
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For more information about subscribing to allAfrica, please read the subscription and contribution overview. The discussion was not contributive as intended, It was loaded with hidden thoughts, or may be they Ato Berhane and Dr. The book, which is under distribution this week, written while the author is in prison, covers issues like democracy in Ethiopia; politics and economy before the May election; the election process; EPRDF; peaceful struggle and Ethiopia’s fate in the future.
Our moral compass has been lost: It was the strangest thing that came from the ruling party and its supports because they know, we know, the election board knows; they were there when we went and asked to accept the responsibility of running the city.
Berhanu had to say during the discussion on his book review. There were so many decisions at that time…. I do not really understand why and how we look at the political event that took place forty years ago as the result of the then international and domestic political circumstances from our perspective of the this 21 st century and blame the generation. Related Topics Entertainment Zimbabwe: In JulyBerhanu went to Eritrea, to permanently join the “freedom fighters” that have been receiving help from the government of Isayas Afewerki, a long time leader of the Red Sea state.
To my understanding, the works of intellectuals such as Dr. Both of them stated that the book deserves due recognition for raising very important issues. For over five years, it served as a forum for intellectual dialogue among political leaders, policy analysts and researchers interested in developments in that part of Africa.
Dr. Birhanu should apologize for the public (Tedla Asfaw) – Awramba Times
Tesfaye Demelash and Ato Berhane Mewa as critics of the book on the other side. Getaw February 15, at 9: Tesfaye and Ato Berhane is: These were the eight issues nefa we bethanu that even if we were absolutely confident that the EPRDF has lost and that it has literally stolen the election, we were still willing to go to parliament insofar as we know that the next election five years later would be free and fair.
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