At a time when the second resurgence of the Wuhan pneumonia is hitting the world and the U.S. election is chaotic, the Ethiopian federal government in the Horn of East Africa is currently engaged in a " just battle ". On November 4th, Tigray People Liberation Front (TPLF) forces attacked the Northern Command of the Federal Government of Ethiopia in Tigray state. The purpose of the operation was to capture heavy equipment in Northern Command. It also means that the horn of civil war has sounded. Why did the Tigray People's Liberation Front start a civil war?
The current Prime Minister of Ethiopia, Abiy Ahmed, won the Nobel Peace Prize not long ago. Why did the ancient East African country, which seems to photo background removing be about to spread its wings, is caught in the quagmire of civil war? This must start from the political and historical aspects of Ethiopia. The Tigray People's Liberation Front (hereinafter referred to as the Tigray People's Liberation Front) is the ruling party of the Tigray state in the Ethiopian federal government. It has dominated the Ethiopian federal government for 20 years. During the tenure of former Prime Minister Meles Zenawi, he once led the PFTE to launch a revolutionary guerrilla war to overthrow the communist rule led by the political strongman Mengistu Haile, which eventually resounded throughout the country and all over the country.
Ethnic groups joined the fight one after another, formed the Ethiopian People's Revolutionary Democratic Front (EPRDF, EPRDF for short), and ended the communist rule. The unity of all ethnic groups is vividly reflected in the revolution. It seems that Ethiopia will usher in a federation era of national communion. happens as expected. In the years when the PF was in power, the construction of the Nile dam project , which recently caused disputes with Egypt and Sudan, began. In the early stage of the construction, the People's Public Debt was widely used to raise funds for the construction. Behind the seemingly good news, there were constant rumors of corruption.