One million men for freedom – petition request by Temesgen Zewdie (UDJ)

June 25, 2013

To all Media outlets;

Please accept my sincere appreciation for the wonderful work you and your colleagues are doing in sensitizing the Ethiopian Diaspora concerning the totalitarian dictatorship of EPRDF that has been misruling the Country for the past 22 years.

There is no greater cause than creating a forum for all Ethiopians not only to vent their anger and frustration about the tyrannical rule of this regime, but also to seek peaceful and legitimate solutions in creating a democratic transition, while at the same time striving to dispose the repressive rule imposed on the Ethiopian peoples against their will under the pretext of shame elections.

In our continuing struggle for Democracy, Rule of law, and Respect for Human Rights, UNITY FOR DEMOCRACY AND JUSTICE PARTY (UDJ), has begun a National and International petition drive under the slogan, “ONE MILLION MEN FOR FREEDOM’; to be signed by all those who care about the plight of the Ethiopian People under the current Ruling Dictatorship.

It is with great humility and respect that I request your organization to post this petition drive to all peace loving Ethiopians in the Diaspora in the most prominent and accessible manner to create the maximum participation it deserves.

Thank you;

Temesgen Zewdie
Chairman, Foreign Relations Committee
Unity for Democracy and Justice Party (UDJ)

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One Response to One million men for freedom – petition request by Temesgen Zewdie (UDJ)

  1. ጝሕኦሔ ጥኣዬ

    June 27, 2013 at 1:38 AM

    This is one positive step to send EPRDF a clear message that the time is running out to meet the demand of the people for democratization. Further refusal to heed the call will only complicate matters for the ruling class, the country and of course the region.Those of us who prefer to see change through peaceful means should come out in numbers and endorse the call of UDJ by our signatures. My advice to the regime is to learn from the past .They do not have to go through what the Haileselassie and Mengistu groups had gone through.Tomorrow it may be too late.Therefore please take courage and let the people choose their leaders.