Sebhat Nega, a veteran TPLF politician and executive director of the Ethiopian International Institute for Peace & Development (EIIPD), said this in describing the importance of informed debate in development. Whatever is seen in different publications in the country, is such a serious deficit of ideas; Sebhat told Ethio-Mehdar, a weekly Amharic newspaper, published on Tuesday, January 1, 2013.
Addis Fortune (Addis Ababa)
Ethiopia: We [ethiopians] Might Be First, in the World, in Deficiency of Ideas.7 January 2013
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