The euphoria to which EPRDF ruling party announced 100 percent winner in May 2015 election was discouraging and missed opportunity versus the desire to achieve stable economic progress and harmony in Ethiopia. The ruling party holds power in monopoly rather than enfranchise others. It is not a good scenario when electoral laws and regulations appear to play unequal and exhausting election formulas.
Constructive participation of opposition parties and insightful individuals in Ethiopia’s parliament would have been contributed a kind of check and balance role referring to the legislative, judiciary and executive duties and press the EPRDF government to correct mistakes in a timely manner. Successful inclusion of stakeholders in substantial levels of parliament, governance, and the economy might have attracted rebel movements to engage in political pluralism and defuse arduous attacks and proxy hostilities.
- Must Watch