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But far from healing Ethiopia’s gashing wounds, the vote is likely to ratchet up tensions.In fact, a sea of youth, many too young to vote, breaking police barriers to join opposition rallies bespeaks not of a country ready for elections but one ripe for a revolution with unpredictable consequences.Despite these mounting challenges, Ethiopia’s relative stability — compared with its deeply troubled neighbors Somalia, South Sudan, Eritrea and Djibouti — is beyond contention.Even looking further afield, across the Red Sea, where Yemen is unraveling, one finds few examples of relative stability.And in the town of Robe in Oromia and its surroundings alone, scores of people were reportedly grieving over the loss of family members at sea aboard a fateful Europe-bound boat that sank April 19 off the coast of Libya with close to 900 aboard.These tragedies may have temporarily united Ethiopians of all faiths and ethnic backgrounds.But on May 24, Ethiopians will be able to do neither.
There are nearly 7,000 registered Ethiopian refugees in Yemen, Kenya has more than 20,000, and Egypt and Somalia have nearly 3,000 each, according to the United Nations refugee agency. Typically, elections are occasions to make important choices and vent anger at the incumbent.Within a week, Ethiopians were hit with a quadruple whammy.On April 19, the Libyan branch of the Islamic State in Iraq and the Levant (ISIL) released a shocking video purporting to show the killings and beheadings of Ethiopian Christians attempting to cross to Europe through Libya.This came only days after an anti-immigrant mob in South Africa killed at least three Ethiopian immigrants and wounded many others.
Al Jazeera America reported that thousands of Ethiopian nationals were stranded in war-torn Yemen.A 2012 study by the London-based International Growth Center noted (PDF) widespread urban unemployment amid growing youth landlessness and insignificant job creation in rural areas.