Others distinguish the predominant philosophical contrasts among Abiy and the PLF as the vital wellspring of erosion. These contentions, in any case, don't clarify why such contrasts would lead to a military conflict. That is on the grounds that they are not the basic reasons for the contention by any means.
This conflict is eventually a fight for control of Ethiopia's economy, its regular assets, and the billions of dollars the nation gets yearly from worldwide benefactors and loan specialists. Admittance to this wealth is a component of who heads the government—which the PLF controlled for almost thirty years before Abiy came to influence in April 2018, following inescapable fights against the TPLF-drove government.
As such, this isn't a contention over who will lead Tigray, a little district whose populace represents a simple 6 percent of Ethiopia's in excess of 110 million individuals. It is a battle about who will overwhelm the telling statures of the nation's economy, a prize that Tigray's provincial chiefs once held and are resolved to recover at any expense.