(Subcommittee of the National Council of the Communist Party)
On June 11, 2009, the National Council convened a meeting on internal issues of the party and various national issues, and Yelkal Getnet, the Mayor of the May 12, 2009, ICRC, "The Revolutionary Movement in the Ethiopian and Tigrean Degradation". The title has been going on from the last post on your article.
1. If the TPLF / EPRDF's perceived hostility and self-confidence have gained public ground and are out of control of the TPLF, will the TPLF use a coup?
2. Is there a chance In the TPLF / EPRDF's thorough review, it is possible to expedite the wave of change and to accept the international community's acceptance of a 20% share of the parliamentary seats in opposition to the national interest and support for the national interest for the benefit of the national interest.
3. How much are the political forces in the country able to support the pro-democracy movement with regard to the TPLF / EPRDF control?
4. How did the Burkina Faso government win over the transitional government instead of the government in Ethiopia?
5. The TPLF / EPRDF is thought of as a contender for the participation of Tigray politicians, activists, journalists and most scholars by Dr Tewodros Adhanom for leading the World Health Organization, but in the same way as the Tigray-led, in-the-fold, and the siege mentality created by the Tigrayans. How is Pythagoras and Civil War?
6. Will the TPLF / EPRDF be unlikely to begin a war with Eritrea to counteract the rising protests?
After a lengthy discussion, the National Assembly convened a meeting to present a detailed discussion paper on the Bilateral Governmentin preparation for the Subcommittee.