Criticism of the Nobel Peace Prize-winning Prime Minister of Ethiopia
Ethiopian Prime Minister Abbey, who won the Nobel Peace Prize in the past, attended a welcoming event by the citizens after the award ceremony in Oslo, the capital of Norway. The criticism that “minority groups are being suppressed” has also highlighted the difficulty of national reconciliation.
Prime Minister Abbey Ahmed of Eastern Africa and Ethiopia has realized peace with the neighboring country of Eritrea in just three months since his inauguration last year, and also released political prisoners in the country and freed up speech It was highly praised for various reforms aimed at democratization, such as guaranteeing, and was selected for the Nobel Peace Prize.
Prime Minister Abbey attended a welcoming event for citizens after the award ceremony in Oslo on the 10th, and responded by shaking hands from the balcony to the hundreds of citizens gathered in front of the hotel where they were staying. It was.
Many Ethiopians living in Norway also attended the event and spoke with their expectations for the reforms that Prime Minister Abbey is advancing.
On the other hand, there were some groups that had the slogan, “Minerals were repressed and Ethiopia had no freedom”, and there were also situations where different ethnic groups argued.
Prime Minister Abbey called for the unity of the people at the speech at the award ceremony, but the challenge is how to proceed with reconciliation in Ethiopia, where more than 80 ethnic groups live and conflicts between ethnic groups spread.