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Derg, Workers' Party of Ethiopia, People's Democratic Republic of Ethiopia, TPLF, Federal Democratic Republic of Ethiopia, OPDO, Federal Republic of Somalia, Somaliland, Puntland, Sudanese People's Liberation Army or ABO), or OLF, is an organization established in 1973 by Oromo nationalists to promote self-determination for the Oromo people against "Abyssinian colonial rule".
Him and other Oromo refugees formed a rebel group called the Ethiopian National Liberation Front of which he was named Secretary General.
; abbreviated ABO; English abbreviation OLF) is an organisation established in 1973 by Oromo nationalists to promote self-determination for the Oromo people against "Abyssinian colonial rule".
It was the culmination of over 70 years of uncoordinated resistance by Oromos against what they see as Amhara hegemony as well as oppression and suppression of the Oromo people and their culture.
The Oromo people constitute the largest ethnic group in Ethiopia, or about 30 million people out of a total population of 60 million.
Their original homeland, Oromia, included most of what is now Ethiopia and stretched into northern Kenya, where some Oromos still live.