The Ethiopian government launched a major operation to protect the Tigray People’s Liberation Front last year.
Ethiopia has added two armed groups to the “terrorist group”, including the Tigray People’s Liberation Front (TPLF), which launched a major security operation late last year.
The legislature endorsed the idea on Saturday that the TPLF is a “terrorist” organization, along with the OLF-Shene, after several terrorist attacks took place in various parts of the country in the eyes of civilians and civil society over the past few years.
The move, with the approval of members of the Prime Minister-elect Abiy Ahmed, could lead to the arrest and detention of members and their supporters.
According to the Prime Minister’s Office, the two groups “act as terrorists and their supervisors or decision-makers have endorsed or controlled the country’s destructive forces”.
It added that the ruling would benefit organizations and individuals who have allied themselves with, linked to or connected with the ideas and practices of organizations known as “terrorists”.
Local media correspondent FANA also reported that the Council of Minerals had indicted the two groups for their weapons, training, and other financial resources in addition to carrying out their threats.
They are creating animosity and civilization to achieve their goals, says FANA.
Abiy blaming TPLF forces the uprising against Ethiopian troops on November 3 and the killing of sleeping soldiers and the confiscation of weapons – which prompted the Ethiopian government to enact a major law. The TPLF said the plot was the first attack.
On November 28, Abiy announced quarrels in war the collapse of the Mekelle regional capital for the army.
But fighting has helped continued recently in the central and southern region of Tigray, the ICG conflict resolution group, the Brussels think tank, said in a statement, published in early April.
The number of loyal fighters in the TPLF is likely to increase due to outrage over the violence, he said.
The violence followed tensions between the TPLF and the central government, in a dispute that has forced thousands to flee their homes and destroy more people.
The Ethiopian government is also working against the OLA, the Oromo Liberation Front, especially in the Oromia region.
The government says the OLA is killing civilians and is causing havoc in Oromia and other parts of the country.
On Friday, the government condemned the group for killing 15 civilians.
The OLA denied the allegations and called on the government to suspend the killings.
For a cabinet proposal to work, it must be approved by Ethiopian lawmakers.