Episode 97: Ethiopian election - Impacts to ongoing conflict and economic growth
The Prosperity Party of Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed won 410 out of 436 seats in the Federal Parliament in an electoral process that excluded one-fifth of the country due to logistical issues, insecurity, or conflict, and was boycotted by the Oromo Federalist Congress and Oromo Liberation Front. Experts from our economics and county risk teams sit down together to discuss what this means for government stability, financial opportunities, ongoing conflict, and economic growth.
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