Castro wrote:I believe that Ethiopia can be at peace with itself and with its neighbours if a real, not fantom, federal arrangement, without session, is established in Ethiopia.
Please do not ask me how ? For I do not know it myself.
The problem is not federalism, the problem is where to draw the line. the issue is much complicated than you could even imagine. If you think we have a problem now, you can't imagine the nightmare what will unfold in souther part of the country. Even now, we see a lot of conflicts starting.
let me guide you to right direction. Do you know that most africans got their independence very recently through independent fighters? Do you know that most of them were leftists and progressive not traditionalists? Why do you think then, after independence most of them established one party system?
. I could tell you why, but I want you to think about it. Most of us don't like to think and try to get answers off the shelves or we want to get solution the easy way. Doing so will create more problems than we have. Don't try to look for easy way out, we need to address the issues fundamentally. only then can we solve our problems.