Ethiopia Appoints First Woman President
Ethiopia's President Mulatu Teshome has resigned - and the Addis Standard reports on Twitter that Sahle-Work Zewde, the United Nations Special Representative to the African Union and Head of the United Nations Office to the African Union, has been sworn in as the newest incumbent in the largely ceremonial role.
Deutsche Welle, 25 October 2018
Ethiopia's parliament has voted to appoint a woman to the largely ceremonial position of president. But the country continues to be riven by ethnic conflict even as it's praised… Read more »
Addis Standard, 25 October 2018
President Mulatu Teshome speaking at a special joint session of the House of People's Representatives (HPR) & House of Federation (HoF). He is expected to tender his… Read more »
Ambassador Shale-Work Zewde is sworn in as President of Ethiopia.
Addis Standard, 24 October 2018
Sources close to the government confirmed to Addis Standard late this afternoon news that Ambassador Sahlework Zewde, a prominent Ethiopian diplomat with years of experience with… Read more »
Ethiopia: President Mulatu Teshome Resigns
Leadership, 25 October 2018
Ethiopia's President, Mulatu Teshome yesterday filed resignation request to the Ethiopian Parliament, State news agency ENA reported. Read more »
Ethiopia: President Tenders Resignation Letter
Vanguard, 24 October 2018
Ethiopia's President Mulatu Teshome on Wednesday filed resignation request to the Ethiopian Parliament, State news agency ENA reported. Read more »
Revolutionary democracy, or the idea that the enlightened élites should lead the unconscious masses to the revolution, has been the ruling coalition's main political and ... Read more »