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allAfrica.com: Ethiopia: Making Oneself, Country a Laughing Stock (Page 1 of 1)

allAfrica.com: Ethiopia: Making Oneself, Country a Laughing Stock (Page 1 of 1): "The drama that is being played out by the pardoned CUD leaders and their Ethiopian supporters in the diaspora has made the party itself and its leaders as well as their country a laughing stock. It is turning out to be a very sad and shameful spectacle on top of weakening and causing a rift within the party. Instead of placing their trust in Ethiopia and Ethiopians, the party's leadership chose to lead various delegations to Europe and the US to pay homage to the likes of Ana Gomez and certain US Congress members who had supported them. They praised them for securing their release from prison; they told them that had they been Ethiopians they would have been elected as the country's leaders; they remonstrated themselves at their feet and said to them had it not been for them, Ethiopia's future would have been bleak."

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