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SAVE OROMIAN ENVIRONMENT

644 Signatures Goal: 1,000

In Ethiopia, inequitable and unjust land use policy and investment policy of environmental unfriendly industrial development by the dictator and human right violator Prime Minister Meles Zenawi is harmfully affecting the poor local community to prevent and/or adapt to the climate changes. He is liable for the environmental degradation such as poisons of Lake Koka and Akaki,lake Haramaya, forest fire in Oromia, unsustainable mining and environmental unfriendly flower industry in Oromia region. Thus, in order to bring the truth of these harmful impacts and the liability of the dictator Meles Zenawi in Ethiopia to the public and the concerned bodies, Union of Oromo Students in Europe is collecting the petition all over the world for the support of this activity. The Oromo make up a significant portion of the population occupying the Horn of Africa. They are the only largest ethnic group in Ethiopia. Union of Oromo Students in Europe is a student organization based in Germany, founded in 1974. Save Oromian Environment! This is our chance to make our voise to be heard! Union Of Oromo Students In Europe,

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