Beware of the dogs..

December 22, 2008 at 2:50 pm 3 comments

Equipped with fully armed soldiers, Securitas wire-fences with skull and bones on them for the illiterate invader and all sorts of “MaLeff Kilkil newu” warnings, the Arat Kilo “Parlama” is the last place you expect to see a nullin. But such a creature exists. His name is Teshome Toga. The Hon. Teshome Toga: Ambassador and Speaker of the House of Peoples’ Representatives of the FDRE.

I don’t think there is a more detestable man in ethiopia than this blot on the Parliament. His conutenance, as you know, is enough to intimidate the bravest. Still, he uses all his power to intimidate more and make my Sunday evening with ETV embarassing and “Kuchit yetemola” . He rudely interrupts Parliamententarians in a way that makes no secret why opposition voices are rarely heard (if these people are anything like me, they’d be busy wondering what they did to this man to make him act so to voice their concern), he snubs them openly (all the while referring to them as “Yetekeberu”, by who i wonder.) and once embarassed the Prime Minister himself by being “more catholic than the pope” in “teQorqwarinet” for the “Abioytawi Democracy” cause.

No body expects his Hon. Teshome Toga to grow into a Beautiful swan, the way her Ex. Hon. Speaker of the House of People’s Representatives Almaz Meko did, over night. But his role is of a facilitator. Reading of Agendas, counting of minutes, calling members to order, etecetera… respectfully. His seeming not to realize that and adopting “YeTekochi”, “Kontach”, “Kechi” part, with that face too, proves only one thing: that the Ethiopian Parliament isn’t even willing to pretend it is a democratic forum.

Dawit Yohannes, where art thou?

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3 Comments Add your own

  • 1. Baheilu  |  December 22, 2008 at 3:15 pm

    I believe that dogs are much better than tplfs

  • 2. Girum  |  December 22, 2008 at 8:38 pm

    Teshe, ‘Chululew’ ‘Ye Piassaw lij’…’ende’ ‘ende’ haven’t u seen how he passes that ‘ Yesela Kuta’ to the oppositions?! But I wonder, am not really tasting his confidence while he is practicing the ‘Kuta’. It seems as if he is struggling inside of uncertainty, whether he said it right or not. And his attention seems to be drawn to the front chair. I haven’t, once, seen him with a full control of the house, having a graceful sound to speak…even when he says the ‘Azmach’ of the parlama ‘Yiketilu Yetekeberu’, there is something u could read that he is stressed. It is a kind of a high school student asked a question, and does feel he is wrong but has to say something, thus speaks out ‘ Yetechekone’ voice. It doesn’t give any sense to be in a position, where u feel u aren’t competent enough.
    By the way Is still Dr Merara in the parliament?
    and finally, Abesheet, u better keep things cooler…U know these people!!? as u put it there ‘ ye Tenakash Wusha neger’……


  • 3. demamu  |  March 10, 2009 at 1:29 pm

    meles zenaws nation split politics may be fall one day.we all pray for that.

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