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Oromia: Mootummaan Itoophiyaa fi Addi Bilisummaa Oromoo Waliigalan August 7, 2018

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SBO: Ibsa Waloo Waliigalatee Mootummaa Itoophiyaa fi Adda Bilisummaa Oromoo

Jila Mootummaa Itoophiyaa Pireezdaantii Naannoo Oromiyaa Dr. Lammaa Magarsaan durfamuu fi Ministeerri Haajaa Alaa Itoophiyaa Dr. Warqinee Gabayyoo keessatti argamu, Jila ABO Hayyu-duree Adda Bilisummaa Oromoo Jaal Daawud Ibsaatin durfamu Jaal Ibsaa Nagawoo, Jaal Atoomsaa Kumsaa, Jaal Toleeraa Adabaa fi Jaal Gammachuu Ayyaanaa keessatti argaman Hagayya 7 bara 2018 Asmaraa Eertiraatti wal arguun marii araaraa kan hafuurri obbolummaa irraa calaqqise, wal amantaa guutuun gaggeeffameen wal tahiinsaa fi wal hubannoota armaan gadii irra gahame.

Gareen lameenuu dhimma Oromoo fi Oromiyaa akkasumas dhimma Itoophiyaa kan ilaalu irratti mariin waliin hojjechuuf wal tahan.

Lolli waggoota dheeraaf ABO fi Mootummaa Itoophiyaa jidduu ture dhaabbatee armaan booda haalli Itoophiyaa keessatti uumame ABOn biyya keessatti ifatti hojjechuu kan dandeessisu tahuu hubatamee, qabsoo isaa karaa nagaa akka itti fufu waliigalame.

Dhumarratti, dhimmoota irratti waliigalaman hojiirra oolchaa kanneen qormaataa fi yeroo gaafatan dhawaataan fixachuuf koreen itti fufee xumura itti godhu shaffisaan akka dhaabbatu wal tahan.


የኢትዮጵያ መንግስትና የኦሮሞ ነጻነት ግንባር ስምምነት የጋራ መግለጫ

በኦሮሚያ ክልላዊ መንግስት ፕሬዝዳንት ዶር. ለማ መገርሳ የሚመራውና የኢትዮጵያ የውጪ ጉዳይ ሚኒስትር ዶር. ወርቅነህ ገበየሁ የሚገኙበት የልዑካን ቡድን፣
በኦሮሞ ነጻነት ግንባር ሊቀ-መንበር ኣቶ ዳውድ ኢብሳ ከሚመራውና ኣቶ ኢብሳ ነገዎ፣ ኣቶ ኣቶምሳ ኩምሳ፣ ኣቶ ቶሌራ ኣደባና ኣቶ ገመቹ ኣያና የሚገኙበት የልዑካን ቡድን ነሃሴ 7 ቀን 2018ዓም በኣስመራ ኤርትራ በመገናኘት ወንድማዊ መንፈስ በተንጸባረቀበትና በሙሉ መተማመን በተካሄደ የእርቅ ውይይት ከዚህ በታች ያሉ ስምምነቶችና መግባባቶች ላይ ተደርሷል።

ሁለቱም ቡድን ስለኦሮሞና ኦሮሚያ እንዲሁም ኢትዮጵያን በሚመለከቱ ጉዳዮች ላይ በውይይት ኣብረው ለመስራት ተስማምተዋል።

ለረዥም ዓመታት በኦነግና በኢትዮጵያ መንግስት መካከል የነበረው ጦርነት ተገትቶ፡ ካሁን በኋላ በኢትዮጵያ ውስጥ የተፈጠረው ሁኔታ ኦነግ በሃገር ውስጥ በግልጽ ሊሰራ የሚያስችለው መሆኑ ከግንዛቤ ገብቶ፡ ትግሉን በሰላማዊ መንገድ እንዲቀጥል ከስምምነት ተደርሷል።

በመጨረሻም ከስምምነት የተደረሰባቸውን ጉዳዮች ስራ ላይ እያዋሉ ምርመራና ጊዜ የሚጠይቁትን ቀስ በቀስ ለመጨረስ በቀጣይነት ከፍጻሜ የሚያደርስ ኮሚቴ በኣስቸኳይ እንዲቋቋም ተስማምተዋል።


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ABOfi Mootummaan Itoophiyaa waliigalan, BBC Afaan Oromoo

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CONTOURS OF THE EMERGENT & ANCIENT OROMO NATION September 25, 2012

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This book is an important contribution to the study of identity politics, a subject hotly contested by many Africanists. Bulcha’s discussion the state-centered bias in the much of academic work on Ethiopia and its denial of the history and pre-colonial autonomy of indigenous non-Abyssinian peoples aught to lead to some serious debate. (Kajsa Ekholm Friedman, Professor Emeritus, Lund University, Sweden).

This work by Mekuria Bulcha is the most comprehensive and innovative work on the Oromo of Ethiopia ever to be written. Identity politics, he argues can be a positive challenge to the development of the state. As it has been the case of Southern Sudan states can also evolve, disappear and change. This work outlines the history, the traditions and politics of the Oromo people summarized and critically assessing all scholarly work done previously. It will remain a seminal work for scholars of Africa and the Oromo for many years to come. It is master peace and sets new challenge for all of us researching on the Oromo nation and people. (Mario I. Aguilar, Professor, Chair of Religion and Politics & Director of the Center for the Study of Religion and Politics (CSRP), University of St. Andrew, Scotland, UK).

Based on empirical evidence and relevant theories of nationalism Bulcha convincingly argues that the pre-colonial Oromo were a pre-modern nation. He revisits the representation of the Oromo identity in Ethiopian history and proposes the innovative and stimulating thesis that the 16th century Oromo ‘invasion’ of the Ethiopian highlands was the result of a conscious effort to regain control of a territory that was lost and contended since the 14th century Abyssinian expansion into the region. Mekuria Bulcha’s presentation of new evidence of the Oromo resistance to the 19th century conquest, his description of the international appeals by the Oromo elite in the colonial phase, his analysis of the activities of the Oromo social movements for the cultural and linguistic rights in the 1960s, and his account of the history of rebellion and armed struggle from the 60s, up to the current ethnic federalism are likely to make this book a classic reference for the studies on ethno-nationalism. (Marco Bassi, Ph.D. Research Associate, African Centre, University of Oxford, UK).

In his important and interesting discussions on the Gadaa System Mekurian Bulcha argues that:
The Oromo People created Gadaa, and Gadaa created the Oromo nation (Legesse, 2000 as quoted in Bulcha 2012)

The Gadaa system is the matrix of the Oromo culture and society: in the past it stood for several related ideas and practices encompassing cultural, political, economic and religious elements. Many of the basic elements of traditional Oromo culture that are anchored in the Gadaa system have withstood the exigencies of time and still today influence the values, attitudes, and social practices of Oromo people irrespective of, region, religion and social class. Oromo worldview and way of life was shaped by Gadaa system (Bulcha,, 2012 & Legesse, 2006).

The unity of the Oromos that is crystallized in the Gadaa culture is not a nostalgic memory of a glorious past or illusory of vision of the future paradise. Gadaa is a reality embedded in the Oromo psyche that constitutes what is to be Oromo as an individual and as a nation. Gadaa underpins the cohesive or corporate Oromo history that scholars who have not studied the Oromo fail to recognize (Gebissa, 2008).

The most important organ of the Gadaa system is the federal assembly known as Gumii Gayoo in Borana and Caffee in other places. These assemblies were very large and attended by councillors called hayyuu, drawn from different sections of the society. These assemblies made laws which defined the essence of Oromo democracy. In short, the specificity and similarity of the myriads of norms, rituals and political practices around which it was organized throughout the Oromo country make Gadaa a unique pan- Oromo institution of great historical depth (Bulcha, 2012, Legesse, 2000).

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Tokkummaa for Development and Freedom June 14, 2011

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