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Ethiopian Government: Jacob Zuma and Drop Charges

ethiopian government: I believe that the public's demands and questions should be met and answered, according to Toronto Star. It was not immediately clear whether lawmakers had accepted the resignation. I want to be part of the solution, he said in remarks carried by the Ethiopian Broadcasting Corporation. Ethiopia has been rocked by months of protests demanding wider freedoms that have left hundreds dead and tens of thousands detained. Read more Ethiopia to drop charges against political prisoners, close notorious camp Article Continued Below Ethiopian government says renewed ethnic clashes kill more than 20 people Cyril Ramaphosa sworn in as South Africa's new president a day after Jacob Zuma resigns The protests have disrupted life and business in one of Africa's fastest-growing economies. react-empty 162 The 53-year-old prime minister said he will continue in his role until the power transition is completed. The government in recent weeks released more than 6,500 detained opposition figures, journalists and others after the prime minister in an unexpected announcement in January said he wanted to widen the democratic space for all. ( As reported in the news.