Ethiopia: Friends of Asaminew Tsige revealed new information regarding the coup attempt in Bahirdar

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Ethiopia’s parliament swore in Abiy Ahmed as prime minister on Monday with a mandate to implement democratic reforms aimed partly at defusing ethnic tensions in the Oromia province from which the former army lieutenant general hails. The ruling coalition picked Abiy last week to replace Hailemariam Desalegn who quit to clear the way for reforms. Abiy, 42, took the oath of office in a ceremony at the House of People’s Representatives in Addis Ababa. Addressing a parliament session attended by 478 members of parliament, the new prime minister gave an impassioned speech on the need for unity and reform in the Eastern Africa nation. “Today is a historic day. We bear witness to a peaceful transfer of power. Today our situation presents us with opportunities and threats. Today we are in the midst of uncertain times,” Abiy said in a speech to parliament. In his first address to the nation, Abiy gave a glimpse of what his government will address including: The respect for rule of law, but it is also government’s responsibility to maintain the rule of law. He expressed his readiness to negotiate with the Eritrean government, to solve the differences between the two states as part
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