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A statement released by the Tigray People’s Liberation Front (TPLF), the ruling EPRDF’s oldest member, called Ethiopia’s recent decision to accept fully the Ethiopia-Eritrea Algiers Agreement and the subsequent decision by the boundary commission and to partially and/or wholly privatize major state owned companies have “fundamental flaws”. The statement also called for the executive and the council of ruling party EPRDF, led by the new Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed, to hold an emergency meeting to review these and other issues of importance. Ethiopia accepts boundary agreement In an unprecedented move after a day long meeting by the 36 Executive Committee members of the ruling EPRDF, a statement released on June 05/2018 by the politburo said Ethiopia will fully accept the December 12, 2000 Algiers Agreement, a peace agreement between the governments of Eritrea and Ethiopia, which established a special boundary commission. #Ethiopia: Residents of #Badme, the flashpoint town that triggered the 2yrs costly war betw/n #Ethiopia & #Eritrea, staged a demonstration this morning opposing the government’s recent decision to comply with the #AlgiersAgreement & the #EEBC‘s ruling awarding Badme to Eritrea pic.twitter.com/IGr5wlvneU— Addis Standard (@addisstandard) June 11, 2018 #Badma is #Eritrean territory and the resident of Badma" />
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Botswana decriminalizes homos*xuality in milestone administering The court rejected laws that force as long as seven years in jail for same-sex connections, expressing they were illegal. The move stands out from Kenya's ongoing decision against campaigners trying to topple laws on gay sex. "Human pride is hurt when minority gatherings are minimized," Judge Michael Elburu said. Three judges went to the choice collectively. Judge Elburu marked laws prohibiting gay sex as "prejudicial" and included: "S*xual direction isn't a design explanation. It is a significant trait of one's character." In an earth shattering case that incited festivity among gay individuals and social equality activists around the landmass of Africa, Botswana's High Court upset laws on Tuesday that condemned homos*xuality. However the decision was conveyed just weeks after the High Court of Kenya maintained laws that condemn gay s*x, underscoring the wide contrasts in how L.B.G.T. individuals are treated crosswise over Africa, where perspectives have been formed by religion, different governments and provincial history.

A statement released by the Tigray People’s Liberation Front (TPLF), the ruling EPRDF’s oldest member, called Ethiopia’s recent decision to accept fully the Ethiopia-Eritrea Algiers Agreement and the subsequent decision by the boundary commission and to partially and/or wholly privatize major state owned companies have “fundamental flaws”. The statement also called for the executive and the council of ruling party EPRDF, led by the new Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed, to hold an emergency meeting to review these and other issues of importance. Ethiopia accepts boundary agreement In an unprecedented move after a day long meeting by the 36 Executive Committee members of the ruling EPRDF, a statement released on June 05/2018 by the politburo said Ethiopia will fully accept the December 12, 2000 Algiers Agreement, a peace agreement between the governments of Eritrea and Ethiopia, which established a special boundary commission. #Ethiopia: Residents of #Badme, the flashpoint town that triggered the 2yrs costly war betw/n #Ethiopia & #Eritrea, staged a demonstration this morning opposing the government’s recent decision to comply with the #AlgiersAgreement & the #EEBC‘s ruling awarding Badme to Eritrea pic.twitter.com/IGr5wlvneU— Addis Standard (@addisstandard) June 11, 2018 #Badma is #Eritrean territory and the resident of Badma

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