"Our party will continue to have the history of Ethiopia" - Journalist Eskinder Nega

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Ethiopia’s is set to swear-in a new Prime Minister – leader of government business. The ruling 180-member Executive Committee of the ruling coalition, the Ethiopia Peoples Revolutionary Democratic Front (EPRDF) on Tuesday elected a new leader in the person of Dr. Abiy Ahmed. As is the case, leader of the ruling coalition at any point is also Prime Minister. The 42-year-old is leader of the Oromo bloc of the four-member ruling coalition. displayAdvert("mpu_3") The Oromo Peoples Democratic Organization (OPDO) elevated him to leader of the party precisely to allow him to be eligible for the Prime Minister post. He swapped places with Lemma Megerssa, the then OPDO chief. Lemma, however, kept his position as Oromia regional State president. Of Abiy’s credentials, he has served in the military, has gone on peacekeeping mission, he is a one-time minister of state and is reputed as a political reformist. Here are some top facts about the man thrust into a tough job of steadying Ethiopia’s choppy political waters. He is largely seen as an astute politician with impressive academic and military credentials. Born in the city of Agaro in Oromia, Abiy comes from a mixed Christian-Muslim family. He joined the" />
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Holding a similar view, Bahru (2002:60) saw that it was to be Menelik's rule assurance to certain separation that he coordinated the affirmation of an idea that had first been touched off in the singing character of Tewodros. 

 

The Ethiopia of today, not the old Abyssinia, was considered in view of internal force fights between Menelik II and forces battling to control additional locales during the nineteenth century. During the time spent territorial augmentation, neighborhood rulers who surrendered themselves to Menelik II were allowed to direct their locales by paying a particular proportion of Geber (tribute or appraisal) to the pioneer of Shoa (central government). Southern rulers who smoothly submitted to Menelik II, for instance, the pioneers of Jimma, Wollega, Bale, Benshangul and Assosa, were allowed to control their districts by paying a fixed proportion of tribute (Bahru 2002:87)

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Ethiopia’s is set to swear-in a new Prime Minister – leader of government business. The ruling 180-member Executive Committee of the ruling coalition, the Ethiopia Peoples Revolutionary Democratic Front (EPRDF) on Tuesday elected a new leader in the person of Dr. Abiy Ahmed. As is the case, leader of the ruling coalition at any point is also Prime Minister. The 42-year-old is leader of the Oromo bloc of the four-member ruling coalition. displayAdvert("mpu_3") The Oromo Peoples Democratic Organization (OPDO) elevated him to leader of the party precisely to allow him to be eligible for the Prime Minister post. He swapped places with Lemma Megerssa, the then OPDO chief. Lemma, however, kept his position as Oromia regional State president. Of Abiy’s credentials, he has served in the military, has gone on peacekeeping mission, he is a one-time minister of state and is reputed as a political reformist. Here are some top facts about the man thrust into a tough job of steadying Ethiopia’s choppy political waters. He is largely seen as an astute politician with impressive academic and military credentials. Born in the city of Agaro in Oromia, Abiy comes from a mixed Christian-Muslim family. He joined the
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