As can be seen from the table in the connected index, there were archived clashes which occurred from 1997 to 2015. These were a portion of the debates recorded by the Human Rights Council. The major repeating reasons for the contention were contradictions about the ownership or utilization of land, touching area or water assets, and about settlements, territorial authority, access to State assets (reserves, employments, ventures) and language approach in training and organization (Aalen 2002:70). Aalen (2002:70) likewise expresses that in the southern district there is an enormous potential for between ethnic battles for the local authority as a result of the area's ethnic heterogeneity, yet that as of not long ago, clashes over self-government and portrayal have occurred distinctly at neighborhood level during the zones or woreda. Instances of such clashes are the language issue in Wolaita in North Omo zone, the Site's solicitation for freedom from the remainder of the Gurage zone and clashes among Suri and Dizi pastoralist bunches in South Omo zone. The western marsh districts of Benishangul-Gumuz and Gambella have both a larger part comprising of two noteworthy ethnic gatherings and a minority of a few littler ones. In Gambella, the Nuer and the Anwar have battled for the local authority. In Benishangul-Gumuz, the Berta and the Gumuz, who together make up most of the populace, have been inconsistent with one another.