A great thing Ethiopian Embassy in Kuwait and Saudi Arabia did

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When commemorating our embassies or serving Ethiopians serving there, we will be commemorating the death of a citizen of our country, and we will be grateful to be an example to others and to thank you for the great dedication of our mission to Kuwait and Saudi Arabia Saudi Arabia.

Ethiopia’s ruling coalition has lost its authority and all parties should be involved in mapping the country’s future, an opposition leader said on Friday, a day after the Prime Minister resigned. Mulatu Gemechu, deputy secretary of the opposition Oromo Federalist Congress, said the Horn of Africa country needed a completely new political system. “Ethiopians now need a government that respects their rights, not one that keeps beating and killing them,” he told Reuters. displayAdvert("mpu_3") Ethiopians now need a government that respects their rights, not one that keeps beating and killing them. Prime Minister Hailemariam Desalegn unexpectedly resigned on Thursday in what he described as a bid to smooth reforms. Africa’s second most populous nation has been plagued by years of unrest. The ruling coalition accepted his resignation and issued astatement saying a congress will soon be held to choose his successor. Ethiopia’s EPRDF accepts Desalegn’s resignation, new PM in the offing A wave of strikes and demonstrations hit towns near the capital this week as protesters successfully pressed demands for jailed opposition leaders to be released. More than 6,000 political prisoners have been freed since January as the government has struggled to placate simmering anger
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