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How TPLF brought PM Hailemariam Desalegn to tears

Prime Minister Hailemariam Desalegn (Georges Gobet/AFP)


How the EPRDF humiliated the Prime Minister

By AfricanIntelligence

The critical evaluation session (gimgema) on 11 May was so violent that Prime Minister Hailemariam Desalegn came out of it with tears in his eyes! The Indian Ocean Newsletter has learnt from sources close to the government, that the PM was subjected to the fire of criticism for 15 hours from members of the EPRDF political bureau, barely two weeks before the general election on 24 May. While the ruling coalition was sure of a landslide victory with no surprises, it feared that the rise of discontent among the population could derail its plans for national development. Hailemariam Desalegn’s gimgema was particularly humiliating. To the point of casting doubt on his political future. The EPRDF political bureau is an opaque body – its members are not known precisely – but is all-powerful. Its members consist mainly of Tigrayans in the Tigray People’s Liberation Front (TPLF), whereas the President is from the minority Wolayta ethnic group.

A contested record

During the 11 May gimgema the first salvo was fired by TPLF caciques: one of the founders of the movement, Sebhat Nega; the former mayor of Addis Ababa, Arkebe Equbay; and the MP Asmelash Woldeselassie. They particularly questioned the lack of leadership of the successor to the late Prime Minister Meles Zenawi. They thus accused him of exercising power collegially. Unlike Meles Zenawi, a Tigrinya who headed the country like an autocrat, the current Prime Minister takes his decisions after consultation with the three Deputy Prime Ministers, two of whom are not Tigrinya. The Tigrinya clan considers, in fact, that its dominance on the State apparatus has been eroding since it left the post of prime minister to a politician from another ethnic group.

Meanwhile, the TPLF spokesman, Redwan Hussein, lashed out at Hailemaram Desalegn’s lack of involvement. However, the most unexpected attack came from Muferiyat Kamil, an official in his own party, Southern Ethiopian People's Democratic Movement (SEPDM). Kamil went so far as to complain that Desalegn ate and slept too much - seven hours a night, compared four in the case of his predecessor.

According to the evaluators, all these shortcomings detract from the successful completion of the Ethiopian Developmental State projects. They also felt that the head of government was guilty of delays in preparing the second phase of the Growth and Transformation Plan since its architect is his own economic advisor, Neway Gebreab.

An uncertain future  

With just a short time to go to the general election, the EPRDF political bureau (and that of the TPLF too) has sent a clear message: Hailemariam Desalegn’s future at the head of the country is by no means certain beyond the 24 May election. Particularly as the man, whose authority has always been in question, has shown his psychological limits to his detractors. Not only is he challenged politically, he also has few supporters in the security forces and is at odds with the head of the National Intelligence and Security Service (NISS), Getachew Assefa.

According to our sources, TPLF officials are contemplating placing the current Deputy Prime Minister and Minister for Education, Shiferaw Shigutie Wolassa, an Amhara, to replace Hailemariam Desalegn. However, this does not stop them from playing on ethnic rivalry. They regularly suggest to the Oromos within the coalition that they have as much legitimacy to lead the government as the Amharas. It is not only the future of the Prime Minister that is at stake, it is also that of ethnic federalism, a pillar of the unity of the Ethiopian regime. 
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51 comments:

  1. I heard that pm Hailemaria is a civil engineer would be better for the country to do so, instead to be a puppet to a minor regime that doesn't allow him to act maybe..

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  2. False article.... How you beleived
    Let me indicate some of them ...
    1- Shiferawu shigute is not amhara ethinic and Deputy Prime Minister and Minister for Education.
    simply Shiferawu Shigute is from Sidama Ethinic and his party is SEPDM (Southern Ethiopia People's Democratic Movement) one of EPRDF wings. Hailemariam and Shiferawu are the Chair man and vice of SEPDM.
    The other false information is Shiferawu is the Deputy Prime Minister and Minister for Education. but the fact is He is only Minister for Education.
    - H.E Demeke Mekonene Dupty Prime minister of Ethiopia is from Amhara Ethinic
    - H.E. ASTER MAMO,Coordinator, Good Governance and Reform Cluster with the rank of Deputy Prime Minister; and Minister, the Ministry of Civil Service, from Oromo Ethinic by the way she is female
    - H.E. Debretsion G. Michael (PhD), In the rank of Deputy Prime Minister, Finance and Economy Cluster Coordinator and Minister of Communication and Information Technology from Tigray Ethinic
    In the culture of EPRDF the prime minster and Dupty assigned from the Cahir man and Vice chair man of EPRDF. Therefore at this time the chair man and vice chair man of EPRDF are Ato Hailemariam Desalegn and Ato Demeke Mekonene.


    Good Day

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  3. Thank you Habesha, for debunking another embarrasing rectal vomit staining this forum.

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  4. Just for one second imagine this kind of critics / evaluation would have been directed to Issyas? I guess the sol called evaluates would find themselves in Era-Ero the next day. When it comes TPLF / EPDRF or what ever they are called to confuse people, i really dont care how they do their business because of the simple reason that is not my business. There are 90M Ethiopians to discuss and take care of it.

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  5. https://youtu.be/DmP4UakHqWw

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  6. https://youtu.be/ibJwU3wG43c

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  7. Get educated https://youtu.be/DmP4UakHqWw

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  8. Partn II https://youtu.be/ibJwU3wG43c

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  9. its ok dogali we have to tell them the truth

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  10. Who ever wrote this article did not do their research. Some of the positions, parties and tribes lostes under people's names is incorrect. Very poor article

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  11. Mikhael MihretaebJune 3, 2015 at 10:14 AM

    I doubt about it, he might have bought his qualification from century univeristy in usa. We have to aske Avebe Gelaw about it.

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  12. Mikhael MihretaebJune 3, 2015 at 10:22 AM

    What about countrysides? Zero development,isn't it?
    empty vessels make the most noise.

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  13. How the FUCK can you Ethiopian's be proud of development funded by aid money from your white masters in the West. Ethiopia is the prostitute of the west, they throw money at you people then make you do dirty work for them. You Ethiopian's have no shame

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  14. Abebe ugum,
    Ethiopia and Ethiopians are sold for coins LOL
    All these belong to chinese, indians, saudis and your masters the US in exchange of your young age boys/girls. Nothing is to be proud of Ethiopia nomore poor boy. Thanks to woyane the pride of Ethiopians hit the ground as never before. Ethiopia today is as a naturally pretty and poor girl abused by rich men and for their amusement make the girl dress beautifully for more pleasure, poor pretty girl Emama Ethiopia LOL LOL

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  15. Do you know what Ethiopia's budget deficit is? This article has no meaning . As usual it is space filing audience attraction gimmicks.

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  16. Daily, thousands of Addis residents head to "sanitary landfill" to forge for their daily bread. At this hours there are more than 300,000 teenage prostitutes in the streets of Addis Ababa and that is why Addis is named as the "prostitution capital of the world". At this hour more 500,000 people in Addis are living on both sides of Bole Air Port in cardboard box. As this hour, there are more Chat-chewing garages than there are car repair garages. Please say something about this. Do not forget, what you see in Addis is what you get in Mekele, Bahridar and other Ethipian cities. Please say some thing about this hell on earth you have.

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  17. I shed no tears to this loser man, he was ordered by his TPLF masters to humiliate and strop the remittance of 2% to the needy but he failed miserably and now as he is a person politically and morally bankrupt like wise his masters are loosing the plot so they blame him for all the ills they collectively sawed and now it is harvest time, for sure soon we will hear echo's of gun blazing against each other.
    HD you got what you deserve, stupid Wolamo boy!!

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  18. no development, their people still eat from landfill and dependent on ferenji handouts.

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  19. Tewelde G/mariamJune 3, 2015 at 3:48 PM

    You can run but you can't hide. Diversion, distraction and evasion won't last long ,of which you are now an eye witness. Isaias afewerki has been wetting his pants but neither Saudi nor USA nor the European Union will grant him reprieve although he has been offering to serve them in Yemen by abandoning Iran.

    We know all along that he is endowed neither intelligence nor courage but treachery, backstabbing ,which are out for the world to see now that June is upon us , the commission which has been cataloging his crimes against humanity is about to hold its session to unvail the monster.

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  20. Stop calling them Tigrinya! We Biher-Tigrinya are Kebessa, not Habesha! Tigray are Habesha; we are not. Africanintelligence, you better stop affiliating us with them.

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  21. Be gone parasite, you habesh are the ones who will lose your crumbling empire. Hahaha

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  22. We don't need to know exacts to know the obvious dilemma-your nations economy is fueled and funded by foreign aid to such a degree that it is calculated in the budget.

    "Foreign aid, in some African countries, has become government's primary source of revenue, Moyo points out. In Ethiopia and Gambia, for example, a whopping 97 percent of the government's budget derives from foreign aid."
    http://www.thenation.com/article/why-africa-doesnt-want-foreign-aid

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  23. Cry boy stop thinking that every one is stupid like you!!

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  24. Ethiopia's budget deficit is 3% of GDP. The site you are referring to put the number even refereeing to any data. Go to World Bank of IMF web site and find out for yourself, if you are interested.

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  25. Hahahahah, you are right.
    Because In woyane land the word Earning has always been Begging.

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  26. Adding to the Iran story you guys invented?

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  27. For today let me introduce some public universities in Ethiopia which established in the last 20 years after separation of Eritrea. By the way Before 24 year there were only 2 universities in Ethiopia which are Addis Ababa and Asmara University.
    After divorce of Ethiopia and Eritrea we are built above 30 new universitie. Generally 7 in Oromia state, 7 in Amhara state, 7 in South Ethiopia state, 3 in Tigray State,1 Ethio-somali, 1 in Afar, 1 in Benshangul Gumuz, 2 in Addis Abab, 1 Dire Dewa city, Defence Unuverisity, Civil Service University, Ethiopia Police University.


    By the way some of Eriteran,Somalia and South Sudan refuges attend in some of this universities with full scholarship.
    Finally let me invite you to see few image of these universities, Addis Ababa University,Gondar University, Ambo University,Hawassa University,Haromaya(Alemaya) university,Dilla University, Mekelle University,Bahir Dar University.
    I hope you will get some information, thanks

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  28. Tewelde G/mariamJune 4, 2015 at 11:13 AM

    The fact that isaias afewerki is running away from Iran is unquestionably true. All the evidences are as clear as crystals, of which the following are among the many:

    1. When the Yemeni rebels ousted the president, isaias immefiately wrote to the Saudi government , the content of which can be understood from the prompt response the Saudis invited him to their country. That they would not have done unless he informed them in his letter of his dissociation from Iran

    2. His u-turn to acknowledge the fact that he was flooding the European countries with Eritreans. Before the oral report of the UN Commission that has been cataloging his human right violations, he was totally rejecting the massive flight of Eritreans from his reign of terror as invention of UNHCR and other humanitarian organizations.


    Isaias afewerki had been conducting his reign of terror disguised as the paragon of Eritrean patriotism. During independence celebrations, he stands on the podium and tell the people that Eritrea must be a country that no country dream to attack but behind that false slogan, he feverishly undermine its military, disintegrate its social fabric, demolishes its economic infrastructure,

    Isaias afewerki sits before the TV and denegrates as liars those who sound the alarm of his reign of terror. As if he is the benchmark of Truth, he speak as an of object of false accusation, that one day the Truth will vindicate him.

    Of course you have seen the false slogans, such as Serving the Truth, Awat n' Hafash, PFDJ etc., all crafted with malice to deceive the people to be his unwitting accomploces in his evil motive of decimating the people and their Sovereignty.

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  29. Eritrea, the poorest country in the world, laughing at Ethiopia?http://www.mapsofworld.com/world-top-ten/maps/top-ten-poorest-countries.jpg

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  30. ኣሌክ - Alec youJune 4, 2015 at 1:12 PM

    I heard this piggy-(H.DESALEGN) eats and sleeps too much. LOL..:D

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  31. ኣሌክ - Alec youJune 4, 2015 at 1:16 PM

    LoL man----Also i heard this piggy-(H.DESALEGN) eats and sleeps too much. Ha-ha-ha-ha....

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  32. ኣሌክ - Alec youJune 4, 2015 at 1:16 PM

    LOL...

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  33. I hate ISIS evilJune 4, 2015 at 1:20 PM

    Yes, but the Eritreans not depend like you on food aid.for your information Ethiopia is second poorest in the world.

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  34. I liked your "strip-tease" analogy; the more money you throw at them the more naked the Ethiops become. "More skin for your buck!" is the new tourism commission's trade mark under woyane's marketing directive.
    I guess Woyane is eager to show the world they too are familiar with under garments and "unmentionables."
    My apologies, the image is disturbing.

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  35. I agree with you. He is the benchmark mark of truth. Superb!

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  36. Now I know why y were always writing negative. I see a lot of development in Ethiopia. It is good. Yr argument is totally wrong because aid and donation leads to poverty. People come first. If y see in our case the development starts with minimum fund as a result Eritrea has achieved MDG before Ethiopia. The Ethiopians catch up 'behatahata'. The other point is building infrastructure is the way to development and I believe creats work opportunity but the standard of living of the people has a huge disparity. I remember Dr. Messay Kebede a prominent Ethiopian had once said what is Kenya for Kenyans. I had a chance to visit Kenya and found out what he said was correct. In Ethiopia there were feudalism and socialism. During these era many people were exposed to poverty and untimely death and they left sorrow and hatred behind. The present gov't was highly expected to bring solidarity among nations for the aim of the struggle was to bring change on the lives of the people but the end result is the same as the other African countries living with debt and aid. Self-reliance is our motto. This is allergic to the competitive world for money and power are contolling the situation. On top of that yr wrong thinking had hampered our fast development.

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  37. Y again posted yr stupid argument! Read the below. I reposted it!



    Now I know why y were always writing negative. I see a lot of
    development in Ethiopia. It is good. Yr argument is totally wrong
    because aid and donation leads to poverty. People come first. If y see
    in our case the development starts with minimum fund as a result
    Eritrea has achieved MDG before Ethiopia. The Ethiopians catch up
    'behatahata'. The other point is building infrastructure is the way to
    development and I believe creats work opportunity but the standard of
    living of the people has a huge disparity. I remember Dr. Messay Kebede a
    prominent Ethiopian had once said what is Kenya for Kenyans. I had a
    chance to visit Kenya and found out what he said was correct. In
    Ethiopia there were feudalism and socialism. During these era many
    people were exposed to poverty and untimely death and they left sorrow
    and hatred behind. The present gov't was highly expected to bring
    solidarity among nations for the aim of the struggle was to bring change
    on the lives of the people but the end result is the same as the other
    African countries living with debt and aid. Self-reliance is our motto.
    This is allergic to the competitive world for money and power are
    contolling the situation. On top of that yr wrong thinking had hampered
    our fast development.

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  38. Abebe leave us alone. We don't need yr propaganda. Above all we Eritreans want to see the good development of Ethiopia. I had a chance to evaluate the educational level of yr people which is so embarrassing. Universities are like mushroom but lack quality.
    It would have been good if we discuss and wish good will to both nations. Ethiopia and Eritrea are uncomparable with all standards like size, population ec

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  39. what impact would it have on Eritrea, if HD is replaced? If he's a puppet of TPLF (which looks likely) then wouldn't they just as well keep him in place? I don't think a shifting of PM would do anything to change weyanes attitude towards Eritrea/EEBC. How about you guys?

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  40. WHAT MAKES YOU AN AUTHORITY TO MEASURE (EVALUATE) THE QUALITY OF HIGHER LEARNING INSTITUTIONS? MR AWCHACHIGNE.

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  41. Absolutely true, Hallows just as the donated project condominiums. Then again, an ethiop prides him/herself on being the best beggar in the world, they believe it is cunning.

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  42. It doesn't need authority. I saw the graduates writing and communicating capacity. I compared it from my time of studies. I am an Eritrean raised in Ethiopia. It is my personal view.

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  43. WHEN I SAID AUTHORITY,WHAT I MEANT WAS THE KNOW HOW ;LIKE ALBERT EINESTEIN BEING AN AUTHORITY WHEN IT COMES TO PHYSICS.FOR SOMEONE TO EVALUATE A HIGHER LEARNING INSTITUTION REQUIRES A LOT OF RESEARCH AND KNOW HOW.I DO NOT QUESTION YOUR POTENTIAL BUT BASED ON THE FACTS THAT YOU MENTIONED,LIKE THEIR WRITING AND COMMUNICATING SKILL LACKS INTELLECTUAL INTEGRITY.HOW MANY GRADUATES DID YOU TALK TO, TO COME TO THIS CONCLUSION?YOUR PERSONAL VIEW MIGHT BE ENJOYABLE BY YOUR READERS ON MADOTE BUT CAN NOT BE ACCEPTABLE AND THE TRUTH. ANYBODY THAT READS YOUR POSTS ON MADOTE KNOWS THAT YOU ARE AN ERITREAN RAISED IN ETHIOPIA, LET ALONE ME, AND THAT IS WHY I MENTIONED "AWCHACHGNE" ,BECAUSE SOMTIME IN THE PAST YOU MENTIONED THIS WORD WHERE IT DOES NOT BELONG.

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  44. Alec, Ahiya belo lol

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  45. aye, ayte Tewelde always with a skewed mind with dark heart!!!

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  46. Abebe enjoy Eritrean hospitality , name any Ethiopian site which entertains Eritrean comments? nada, zero zilsch....
    enjoy our democracy and freedom!!!

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  47. who gives a hoot?? all are killers, thieves and liars go and tell that to your uncle Tom!!

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  48. World Bank? IMF? The scourge of African nations? Good luck, you'll need it.

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  49. What is ours is earned. What is yours is begged......

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  50. My dear Jart! What surprises me is y make things personal. Try to be objective not subjective or else not defensive. My point was to tell Abebe that these days many are holding first degree. Educational institution should not be business. There is a risk if only is established for money it disqualifies the educational stream. My fear is in this term because if there is mass graduates quality is a concern. When more people acquire higher education there is high attitudinal change. I also wanted to connect the development vis a vis the educational level that should have definitely change the standard of living. Also my arguement concerns the work opportunity. If there is development it should have created job opportunity. If the development work is only owned by few people ditto the same old story and I tell y there is no development. It ends up like Professer Messays said. May be we ve different meaning for awchachege. In the future come with constructive criticism which help to all of us. Our view should go beyong to Africa particularly and to the world at large. There is a POPULATION Org. saying 'Act locally. Think globally.

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  51. ኣሌክ - Alec youJune 6, 2015 at 8:52 AM

    Even better bro. LOL... Ha-ha-ha...

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