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“I believe the TPLF was eliminated three years ago. But “Mustafa Mohamed Omar
Djibouti (ANN)-The President of the Somali Regional State of Ethiopia, Mustafa Mohamed Omar, (aka Cagjar), and spoke about the root causes of the ongoing conflict in Ethiopia.
“Clashes in Ethiopia over the past year and a few months have been linked to economic and military strategy, but they have not been without its ideological and political affiliations,” Cagjar said, these ideas are he said to be related to their future destiny.
He argued that in the case of Ethiopian Somalis, they have taken a clear political stance, which he said would not interfere in the ongoing war in Ethiopia and protect their territory.
The President of the Somali Regional State of Ethiopia, Musafa Mohamed, made the remarks while addressing a panel discussion on the Horn of Africa crisis in Djibouti on Monday.
The panel discussion on the political crisis in the Horn of Africa, lessons to be learned and lessons learned, was organized by the Heritage Institute for Policy Studies and focused on the topic of “Turbulence in the Horn Prospects for Durable Stability” and the hope of lasting stability.
President Somali Regional State, Mustafa, said that in terms of the crisis in the Ethiopian region it is different from the rest of the region Horn of Africa.
Ethiopia did not come as a white colony, but as an ethnic colony, so he said Ethiopia’s nature is different from that of the Horn of Africa.
“But there has always been foreign intervention, Ethiopia, the largest country in the region, and what was meant to be an “Anchor state” but has led to the current crisis in Ethiopia as a major part of the strategy Economic and military,” he said.
“I believe the TPLF was eliminated three years ago.” But their return and the current situation are open to all, added President Mustafa Cagjar, signaling their support for foreign powers.
He said Somalis interpret the situation in Ethiopia as a federal conflict, while others portray it as an ethnic conflict.
“The Oromo’s are divided on the idea of federalism. Most Amhara do not want federalism, but there are politicians who have different views. In Tigray, they want to have the power to restore control of Ethiopia, not get it in a democracy system. ” He said, President Mustafa, was explaining the various ideologies linked to the Ethiopian crisis.
The problem with Ethiopia is who has the resources and the central power, he added.
However, he said that in the current context of Somalia, it is time for Somalis to protect their environment as Somalis, but said that the internal opposition of the Somali-Ethiopian administration, some of them, is aiming in another direction, seeking political support for those who take over. With, or find someone else to connect with, we accuse them of pursuing a policy of a moved.
“It is not known who will take power. They belong to Tigray, sometimes to Oromos, sometimes to Amhara,” he said.
Meanwhile, the President of the Somali Regional State of Ethiopia, Mustafa Mohamed Cagjar, praised the political system of Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed, saying that for the past sixty years the Somali-Ethiopian people have had the best time in three and a half years Prime Minister Abiy in power, citing independence, security, democracy and human rights.
“In Ethiopia, political change is imminent, and we must be prepared,” he said.
He also said that the current Ethiopian federal government led by Abiy has not intervened in Somalia.
“Ethiopian Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed’s policy towards Somalis should only be contacted to the Somali federal government, and he is commended.” “This is different from the previous system in Ethiopia, so it is a good policy that I support, and I commend PM Abiy for his policy towards the Federal Government of Somalia,” said President of the Somali Regional State of Ethiopia, Mustafa Mohamed.
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By Arraale M Jama Freelance Journalist and Human Rights activist.