Ethiopia will lay the foundation for prosperity if we can build transitional institutions in the face of greed and foreign pressure: Prime Minister Abiy
Ethiopia will lay the foundation for prosperity if it can build transitional institutions in the face of lazy greed, degrading attitudes, moral decay and external pressures, Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed said.
In his response to the members of the House of Peoples’ Representatives, the Prime Minister said Ethiopia’s democracy and peace, national and national issues, individual and group rights, yesterday’s history and yesterday’s challenges, national interests and international relations are issues of concern.
In the past, he said, laziness, greed, immorality, external constraints (challenges to our unity, development) must be built, and development and employment must be addressed.
He said democracy and peace, national and national issues, individual and group rights, yesterday’s and yesterday’s challenges, national interests and international relations are important issues.
In this regard, the balance of these issues needs to be adjusted and addressed, he said, adding that if this can be done, Ethiopia will lay the foundation for prosperity.
He explained that judges, prosecutors, police, auditors, and religious institutions had become thieves.
They say that instead of preventing theft, they are fighting against it.
He also called on the people to actively participate in the green fingerprint program.
He said there is a need to work for peace and agriculture this winter.
He said more than 13.3 million hectares of land could be achieved during the winter.
“If we can deal with these, fight theft and keep our balance, in the coming years we will be able to bring about the desired change if we reduce Ethiopia’s debt burden,” he said.
Examples of prosperity are the maintenance of the airline, the widening of the road, the expansion of development, the completion of the Renaissance Dam and the sugar projects, he said.
He said the government is committed to reducing and replacing imports, increasing exports and creating a stable economy. There is an experiment: He called on the people to work together for peace, recognizing the importance of peace.
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