Ethiopian Prime Minister says “There will be no transitional government”

Ethiopian Prime Minister says “There will be no transitional government”

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toronto – The Ethiopian Prime Minister delivered a thirty-five-minute speech on Saturday to officially launch the National Dialogue at a ceremony organized at the Adwa Museum.

“We have taken very bold reform measures in recent years. The reforms were made not to win elections. They were also not made to please everyone. They were carried out to demonstrate to the children of Ethiopia that Ethiopia has greater power of implementation,” Abiy Ahmed said in a reform.

He then highlighted what his government considers a success story, including the “increased wheat production” in the country and the urban development project in the capital Addis Ababa – “Corridor Development Project” – among other things.

He also emphasized that the National Dialogue is the best opportunity for Ethiopians and that Ethiopians should seize the “opportunity.” If there is no agreement on something, your government will organize a “referendum” to deliberate on it. While several opposition parties have refused to participate in the national dialogue for reasons of transparency and inclusion issues that they claim to see in the process, it is notable that a considerably large number of Ethiopians tend to distrust the process. Abiy Ahmed said his government will not interfere in the process.

He also used the occasion to talk about a transitional government, something that many opposition leaders, opposition parties and activists are calling for. “There will be no transitional government in Ethiopia,” she said.

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