Ethiopia Nobel laureate Abi Ahmed re-elected PM
Addis Ababa: In the Ethiopian elections, Prime Minister Abi Ahmed was re-elected Prime Minister after winning 410 out of 436 seats.
The results of Ethiopia’s June 21 general election have been announced, according to the International News Agency. Prime Minister Abi Ahmed’s 44-year-old Khushhali Party is in a position to form a government with 410 out of 436 seats.
The country’s largest opposition party had boycotted the election and voting could not take place in 10 areas due to the epidemic, but Prime Minister Abi Ahmed claimed that the election was transparent and free.
Abi Ahmed is the candidate of the Prosperity Party, which won a majority in the elections. Similarly, Nobel Laureate Prime Minister Abi Ahmed will fulfill his responsibilities for a second term.