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n Conflict Trends - Ethnic conflict under Ethnic Federalism : a critical appraisal - research

Volume 2019 Number 4
  • ISSN : 1561-9818

Abstract

Ethiopia adopted ethnic federalism and restructured the country’s regions along ethnic lines after the Ethiopian People’s Revolutionary Democratic Front (EPRDF) took power, overthrowing the military junta in 1991. The regime transformed the hitherto highly centralised state into a federal order and redefined citizenship, politics and identity on ethnic grounds.1 The Constitution of the Federal Democratic Republic of Ethiopia also states that the federal structure will base itself on an ethno-linguistic divide. Hence, ethnic federalism in Ethiopia inextricably links identity and territory.

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2019-12-01
2020-09-21

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