Ethiopian PM threatens to close universities amid rising violence

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If universities do not enter into stability, action will be taken up to closing - senior Ahmed

An Ethiopian lawyer and lecturer with the Keele University in the United Kingdom says the re-arrest of journalists and politicians back home is a sign that the government was clueless about how to exit the current political crisis. Awol Allo in an interview with Radio France International (RFI) held that the development which took place over the weekend was, however, not a surprise to most watchers of Ethiopian politics over the past few years. He said for the government to order the fresh detention of these people was a sign that it lacked the ideas to steer the country away from the current crisis. Ethiopia is without a substantive Prime Minister and is currently under a six-month state of emergency imposed on February 16. “… the fact that this is happening at a time that we have a state of emergency and these are highly popular individuals, very high profile politicians re-arrested again says very clearly (I think) to everyone that is watching that the government has no clear vision, clear policy to get out of the current crisis,” he said. displayAdvert("mpu_3") And they are taking such a long long time to appoint a new Prime Minister shows very clearly that
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