For his part, Nega
briefed the governor on the strategic plan to hand over the Mission's sites to the government, pointing to the need for coordination between the two sides to protect the voluntary return camps and villages during the next period.
But Eskinder Nega
, a leading Ethiopian journalist and former political prisoner, recently told me that he sees democracy as the inevitable destiny of his homeland.
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and that, according to its mission statement, aims to establish a national political system in which political authority is gained through peaceful and democratic means.
Ethiopian journalist Eskinder Nega
, who was awarded the 2014 Golden Pen of Freedom, will be at the center of the campaign during the lead-up to World Press Freedom Day.
Today, Ethiopian journalist Eskinder Nega
is in jail.
The other nominees are jailed Ethiopian journalist Reeyot Alemu and Eskinder Nega
, Belarus political prisoners Ales Belyatsky, Eduard Lobau and Mykola Statkevich, and jailed former Russian oligarch and Putin-foe Mikhail Khodorkovsky.
The meeting was held between former Iranian Foreign Minister Ali Akbar Salehi and visiting Vietnamese Deputy Foreign Minister in Asia and African Affairs Negoavn Fung Nega
. In the meeting, Salehi exchanged views with Negovan Fung Nega
on ways to develop relations and promote cooperation between the two countries.
Those who had wanted to bury Meles now had to join the chorus of praise, which gave Hailemariam the opportunity to consolidate power, with the full backing and guidance of Sebhat Nega
, a political dinosaur from Meles's Tigray ethnic group and one of the founders of the Tigray People's Liberation Front (TPLF), the strongest faction of the ruling EPRDF coalition, and in whose ranks Meles grew to the top.
The meeting was held between Iranian Foreign Minister Ali Akbar Salehi and visiting Vietnamese Deputy Foreign Minister in Asia and African Affairs Negovan Fung Nega
Addis Ababa, Sha'ban 23, 1433, July 13, 2012, SPA -- Ethiopia's High Court on Friday sentenced journalist Eskinder Nega
to 18 years in jail, after he was found guilty on terrorism charges last month, dpa reported.