INFORMATION - The unexpected action of journalist Eskindr Baldras has provoked the public

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Breach of Information The unexpected action of journalist Alexander Baldras has provoked the public

Ethiopia’s ruling coalition, the Ethiopia Peoples Revolutionary Democratic Front (EPRDF) has set a date for its much awaited congress, local media portal, the Addis Standard reports. The EPRDF’s Council is expected to begin its meeting on Thursday March 1, 2018. The gathering is supposed to run for three days at the end of which the country’s new Prime Minister should be elected. The Addis Standard quotes an inside source as stating that if all goes as planned, the new head of government will be known latest by Saturday March 3, 2018. Under Ethiopia’s political structure the Prime Minister heads government business despite the presence of a president. displayAdvert("mpu_3") The 180-member Council comprises 45 members from each of the four constituent parties. The meeting will evaluate the party’s six-month performance report, approve the resignation of PM Hailemariam Desalegn and then vote his replacement into office. Desalegn resigned his post on January in mid-February stating that his decision was to ensure that reforms announced in January can be fully pursued. Though the party has accepted his resignation, he remains in charge till his replacement is picked. Ahead of the Council meeting, the powerful 36-member EPRDF Executive Committee will meet over three-days
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