Ethiopia celebrates the 11th Nations, Nationalities and Peoples day this year in the State of Harrari next week on Thursday, December 8.
Based on the proclamation at the very beginning of the current democratic and federal constitution of Ethiopia, which in 1995 assured the Nations, Nationalities and Peoples of Ethiopia of their diversity, their unity and their ownership to the constitution itself, the Nations, Nationalities and Peoples of Ethiopia will be celebrating the day nationwide next week.
This celebration is a commemoration of the testimony of the people of Ethiopia’s ultimate triumph against the repressive and oppressive regime that had deprived them of their rights in their own nation.
The day on which those rights and equality of the Ethiopian Nations, Nationalities and Peoples were fully restored and guaranteed under the Constitution of the Federal Democratic Republic of Ethiopia (FDRE), was December 8, 1995.
The people of Ethiopia will celebrate this 11th Ethiopian Nations, Nationalities and Peoples Day with their usual great enthusiasm and verve across the nation.
With the Constitution ensuring human and democratic rights, the Nations, Nationalities and Peoples of Ethiopia entered into a new world of equality and mutual cooperation to safeguard and ensure their common interests in 1995.
They will enthusiastically commemorate this year’s Nations, Nationalities and Peoples day, devoted as it is to all Ethiopians, both in Ethiopia and across the world.