November 23, 2018 – According to the news of the ENA, Ethiopian Prime Minister Abi Ahmed expects to hold talks with leaders of opposition parties on Tuesday, November 27, 2018.
According to the statement, Ethiopian Prime Minister will discuss the ongoing democratic process of Ethiopia and the election reforms that the next elections are free and fair.
According to the Prime Minister, according to the Prime Minister's invitation to leaders of all the opposition parties, after returning home on Prime Minister's invitation, invited to the meeting.
This meeting will be held in the office of the Prime Minister's Conference Hall.
Abijah Ahmed has made many improvements, because he was elected Prime Minister of Ethiopia seven months ago, on April 2, 2018.
Immediately after taking action, he freed all the political prisoners of the prison from jail for a variety of reasons. He also welcomed all the opposition leaders from abroad to come home and be part of a peaceful national dialogue.
Beginning with a peace agreement with Eritrea, he led the main drive to the generalization of relations with neighboring countries.
Prime Minister Abi Ahmad took initiatives to adopt Ethiopian economy for a long time under the leadership of state enterprises. However, steps have not been taken so far or steps have been taken.
However, the state is still controlled by one party, ruling EPRDF (Ethiopian People's Revolutionary Democratic Front), such as a safety device and a state-owned media.
Despite the clear liberality of speech freedom and political affiliation, the personality of the Prime Minister increases around the prime minister's day. The final result of this has not been decided.
All former regional and EPRDF leaders seem to be not strongly aligned with the Prime Minister. All parties of EPARF constituents and regional leaders seem to be strong behind the Prime Minister. The exception is Tigrean People's Liberation Front (TPLF), which is a party that shares its members' lion's share of corruption and power abuse. The party also believes it is increasingly growing.
The previous prisoners were released, while others, despite being legitimate, are in prison on the basis of choice of nature, and not expanded in the space of all territories and political parties.
Unlike opposition parties in other countries, the Ethiopian opposition parties are often underdeveloped and lack basic infrastructure and financial media. Many numbers are small, in which some do not compose more than hundreds. Against years of persecution and against anti-fire parties you see elsewhere in other countries, the anti-Ethiopian parties are mostly harmless, self-conscious, silent and present-day rulers and rulers.
With this background, he does not know that the land, if any, will go to the next election in an anti-Ethiopian party, which takes place in almost two years.
The second concern is that in some parts of the country there is a lack of basic safety, where armed groups still move, causing hundreds of deaths and thousands of displacement.