Hub: uummatni Oromoo ajjeefamuu Hacaaluu Hundeessaa Wax. 30,2020 irraa eegalee hanga ammaatti duullii fi adamoon Hogganoota Siyaasaa Oromoo fi Ilmaan Oromoo qaroo fi jajjaboo,Abbootii Qabeenyaa Oromoo ta’an diinaan itti xiyyeeffatamee hidhaan,ajjeechaa fi ukkaamsanii dhabamsiisuun doorsifni addaa addaa sagantaa fi karooraan gaggeeffamaa akka jiru hubachuun wal eeguu fi wal tiksuun qomoo kee mana hidhaa keessa jiru achitti, isa ala jiru bakka inni jirutti wal quba qabaachaa qabsoo jabeeffachuun diina boquu cabsuun ofirraa deebifna.
Abiy rakkoo fi sirna dhablummaa Itoophiyaa keessatti deemaa jiru to’achuu dadhabuun kan ka’e biyyattii guutuu Humna Waraana Eritreatti dabarsee kenneera jechuun dhugaa ifa mul’atu dha.
Isa jedhuuf ammoo uummata Itoophiyaa fi Ajajoota Waraana Itoophiyaa (RIB) tuu deebisuu qaba.
Dabalataan Caasaan Tika Mootummaa Oromiyaas erga diigamee tureera.
Caasaa tika Naannoo Oromiyaa Abiyyi diigee Federaala jala galcheera. Ilmaan Oromoo Caasaa Tika Mootummaa Oromiyaa keessa turanii fi hojjetaa jiran homaa akka hojjetaa hin jirree fi harkaa hin qabne kan dubbatan 2020 Keessa dha.
Ethiopia: The Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights and the Ethiopian Human Rights Commission to conduct a joint investigation with a view to a credible accountability process
Joint Press Statement
(ohchr)–The Ethiopian Human Rights Commission (EHRC) and the Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights (OHCHR) have agreed to conduct a joint investigation into the human rights violations and abuses allegedly committed by all parties in the context of the Tigray conflict, as part of the much-needed accountability process for the victims.
The EHRC and OHCHR have been monitoring closely the human rights situation since the start of the conflict on 4 November 2020. Both organizations remain concerned about the reports of serious human rights violations and abuses and the devastating impact of the conflict on the civilian population. With multiple actors involved in the conflict and the gravity of the reported violations, an objective, independent investigation is urgently required.
The agreement to collaborate in a joint investigation is the result of an ongoing partnership and engagement between the two organizations, founded on shared objectives to advance and strengthen respect and protection of human rights as well as accountability for violations of international human rights law and international humanitarian law committed by all parties in the context of the Tigray conflict. Such investigations are within the existing mandate of both organizations.
The deployment will start as soon as possible for an initial period of three months.