Sidama traditional forgiveness, peace and co-operation conference underway in Hawassa Gudumale

Addis Ababa, November 2, 2012 (FBC) The Sidama Traditional Forgiveness, Peace and Cooperation conference was held today in Hawassa Guddule.

The 16 Sidama tribal leaders organized a conference aimed at permanently resolving personal and collective conflicts within the community.

Thus, Sidama’s traditional governance and judicial system is responsible for ensuring the social, economic and political life of the community.

Prior to today’s conference, tribal leaders have also been discussing peace and harmony for three consecutive rounds.

The conference was intended to include more than 32,000 participants from the federal, regional, neighboring zones and Sidama districts, including Hawassa City, but due to the ongoing Sidama referendum and voter registration, it was decided to maintain the traditional system with only 16 Sidama tribal leaders.

He said the peace and co-operation conference will be held after the Sidama referendum.

The conference calls for the formation of Sidama-based tribal leaders (GARs) to be established in all areas of Sidama and to establish a Garage Council for building site.

He said they will work hard for the unity and peace of the people both before and after the referendum.
Addis Ababa, November 2, 2012 (FBC) The Sidama Traditional Forgiveness, Peace and Cooperation conference was held today in Hawassa Guddule.

The 16 Sidama tribal leaders organized a conference aimed at permanently resolving personal and collective conflicts within the community.

Thus, Sidama’s traditional governance and judicial system is responsible for ensuring the social, economic and political life of the community.

Prior to today’s conference, tribal leaders have also been discussing peace and harmony for three consecutive rounds.

The conference was intended to include more than 32,000 participants from the federal, regional, neighboring zones and Sidama districts, including Hawassa City, but due to the ongoing Sidama referendum and voter registration, it was decided to maintain the traditional system with only 16 Sidama tribal leaders.

He said the peace and co-operation conference will be held after the Sidama referendum.

The conference calls for the formation of Sidama-based tribal leaders (GARs) to be established in all areas of Sidama and to establish a Garage Council for building site.

He said they will work hard for the unity and peace of the people both before and after the referendum.
Addis Ababa, November 2, 2012 (FBC) The Sidama Traditional Forgiveness, Peace and Cooperation conference was held today in Hawassa Guddule.

The 16 Sidama tribal leaders organized a conference aimed at permanently resolving personal and collective conflicts within the community.

Thus, Sidama’s traditional governance and judicial system is responsible for ensuring the social, economic and political life of the community.

Prior to today’s conference, tribal leaders have also been discussing peace and harmony for three consecutive rounds.

The conference was intended to include more than 32,000 participants from the federal, regional, neighboring zones and Sidama districts, including Hawassa City, but due to the ongoing Sidama referendum and voter registration, it was decided to maintain the traditional system with only 16 Sidama tribal leaders.

He said the peace and co-operation conference will be held after the Sidama referendum.

The conference calls for the formation of Sidama-based tribal leaders (GARs) to be established in all areas of Sidama and to establish a Garage Council for building site.

He said they will work hard for the unity and peace of the people both before and after the referendum.
Addis Ababa, November 2, 2012 (FBC) The Sidama Traditional Forgiveness, Peace and Cooperation conference was held today in Hawassa Guddule.

The 16 Sidama tribal leaders organized a conference aimed at permanently resolving personal and collective conflicts within the community.

Thus, Sidama’s traditional governance and judicial system is responsible for ensuring the social, economic and political life of the community.

Prior to today’s conference, tribal leaders have also been discussing peace and harmony for three consecutive rounds.

The conference was intended to include more than 32,000 participants from the federal, regional, neighboring zones and Sidama districts, including Hawassa City, but due to the ongoing Sidama referendum and voter registration, it was decided to maintain the traditional system with only 16 Sidama tribal leaders.

He said the peace and co-operation conference will be held after the Sidama referendum.

The conference calls for the formation of Sidama-based tribal leaders (GARs) to be established in all areas of Sidama and to establish a Garage Council for building site.

He said they will work hard for the unity and peace of the people both before and after the referendum.

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