Link: · How to tell the original from the illegal copy of Dr. Berhanu Nega’s new book. Source: Kinijit. Book Signing and Discussion on Democracy and an all Inclusive Development in Ethiopia, A New book in Amharic By Dr. Berhanu Nega. Dr. Berhanu Nega, associate professor of Economics at Bucknell University and the Chairman of the Ethiopian oppo lg sition Movement, Ginbot.

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What do you think should be repealed, amended or even completely discarded? Especially, Here in US and Europe there are lots of buyers.

Unfortunately, the Ethiopian community in Diaspora is infatuated by hatred and is applauding, hailing, shouting and demonstrating against TPLF; whoever comes its way just because the non-prepared Diaspora has no leaders to cling on to has become the scene of the day.

Now that they are in house arrest, almost all of them are experiencing nook downturns of their popular support.

After 21 months in prison along with all opposition leader, Berhanu left the country in and returned to teach at the economics department of Bucknell at Bucknell University. For us what is important is building these institutions, making sure that these institutions are strong, that they can stand on their own two legs.

I am saying this because the media for its existence has to say this. Some of the conflicts in the leadership are being solved. All you have special place in our hearts and minds. They were no different from the way their colleagues in Woyane parliament or in Meles Zenawi’s government senior positions were sharing the instances of undisciplined havoc.


Birhanu, Bereft of everything, in the crowded prison cells of Kaliti you shine in the beerhanu and minds of 70 million Ethiopians. I am sure the majority of us will be appreciative of your book. We need guns and gun men – who can put down their private business and family affairs and pick up their guns get organized and go to the bushes of Ethiopia.

This ain’t your run of the mill book it is a classic I am sure and cannot be given to KNA or anyone willy nilly. S, Berhanu announced the founding of a new political group, Ginbot 7, as berhannu old one was dismantled by the government. In short, do you regret your decision?

Woyane can not kill the undieing bega of Kinijit’s leaaders and the determination for change of Ethiopian people. Can Kinijit’s high level delegation solve the divisions within the support groups in North America? We pray and struggle for your and our other heroes of Kinijit unconditional release.

Vicky Huddlestone meets prisoners;a How do you asses this in terms of its political cost?

Isn’t the same reason that provoked Prof. When the books ready for market, let us not only purchase the book but also make a reasonable contribution towards to Kinjet. The outline of your new book is fantastic. What bok need is a serious thinking and a working strategy on how to overcome the problems the country is facing.

– Ye’netsanet gohe siqe’d, second edition: Berhanu Nega (Dr.): Books

So I think that is the most difficult challenge. For someone who was not there, it might be difficult to accept. They can choose not to be, but when they want….


I am asking this because many Ethiopians have continued looking at the Patriotic Ginbot 7 through the prism of what happened in post The constitution has a lot of faults. Is’t Ato Andargachew Tsege publisher of the book? What is your first agenda?

Ye’netsanet gohe siqe’d, second edition (Papercover)

During the elections, Berhanu debated Meles Zenawi. Did you think this campaign to isolate Ginbot 7 from its constituency because of your decision to locate in Eritrea cost you some political currency?

In that sense our decision was very specific; in fact we coached it and even the term we used was a very positive in the sense that we berhan go to parliament, but we need to negotiate on these issues, on the future of our politics.

Many Ethiopians became refugees from their own country because they were pushed for exercising different political views than the ruling parties in different times; they are pushed for wanting freedom. Not only does he make that fatuous claim but he announces in his memoir, presumably seriously and without a knowing grin that “Ethiopia will berhany more secure because the actions taken thus far has made a better and fertile ground for the new democracies bok KINIJITT”.

They are not in a position to turn the wave of the storm. I think they decided that they cannot rule this country in a democracy.