Christian Tadele, an opposition member of parliament, asked if Ethiopian Prime Minister has any plans to resign given his government is unable to enforce rule of law in the country
Ethiopian Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed on Tuesday appeared at the Ethiopian Parliament to deliver a six month report.
Members of the parliament posed a number of questions to him. One of the questions he faced was about concern that Ethiopians seem to have that the ruling party has betrayed the country and that it is practically working to disintegrate the country.
PM Abiy labeled the question as the “joke of the year.” As part of his response to the question, he said that if the government wants to disintegrate the country no one can stop it.
He was also asked by an opposition member of parliament if he had any intention to resign, like Hailemariam Desalege, given the inability of his government to enforce the rule of law. The prime minister framed his response in a way that he is not personally responsible for everything. And then he linked the situation to “ballot box” and said that he will resign if he is not elected.
Christian Tadele, an opposition member of parliament, was frank about the sentiment that Ethiopians are having towards the Prime Minister. The Prime minister is told that he is giving a lip service towards Ethiopia while he is practically working to disintegrate it.
Watch the parliamentary session from the embedded video below
Video : embedded from Fana TV Youtube channel
Cover photo : screenshot from the video
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