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n Africa Insight - Federalism and conflicts in Ethiopia

Volume 39, Issue 4
  • ISSN : 0256-2804

Abstract

Since 1991, Ethiopia has been implementing an ethno-linguistic federal system. This system established nine ethnically based regional states. In this article, I briefly discuss the moral and legal justification of group (collective) rights of ethnocultural communities and introduces the concept of ethnic federalism in general, and Ethiopian ethnic federalism in particular. I also discuss the literature on issues of group (collective) rights (of ethno-cultural communities) and their place in liberalism. While discussing the historical, moral and philosophical necessities for such federal arrangement, I also point out the most binding constraints Ethiopian federalism is facing.

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2010-03-01
2020-12-04

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