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What happens to the people if they meet Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed in the Middle East?

The Ethiopian government needs to hold negotiations with the country’s most-popular opposition parties or risk the return of destabilising protests, a leading opposition figure Merera Gudina said in an interview, days after leaving prison. A key rallying point for anti-government activists during his over one-year behind bars, Merera is the only prominent opposition politician to be freed since Prime Minister Hailemariam Desalegn announced earlier this month that his administration would release an unspecified number of the many dissidents jailed in the country. The announcement came amid continuing anti-government unrest in Ethiopia despite authorities ending a 10-month state of emergency in August 2017 and ongoing dialogue between the government and some opposition groups. displayAdvert("mpu_3") Millions of youth are outside of our control. If we don’t present something real to them, again they can go out of control. In an interview with AFP on Tuesday, Merera said the dialogue holds little promise because the opposition parties involved are unpopular, while the prime minister’s goal for the prisoner amnesty to “improve the national consensus and widen the democratic platform” will not be met if more prisoners are not released. “I think [for] the ruling party, it is time to rethink
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