The Prosperty Party removes Demeke Mekonen from his vice presidential position

After spending several days in executive and central committee sessions, the Prosperity Party’s deputy chairman, Demeke Mekonen, the incumbent foreign minister, has made the decision to step down.

The Prosperity Party Central Committee selects Temeseng Tiruneh to take Demeke’s post.

During today’s summary meeting, the Central Committee said that “a brilliant officer was escorted with honour,” in compliance with the Prosperity Party’s leadership succession policy and operational framework.

A majority vote was used to appoint Temeseng Tiruneh, the party executive, as vice president.

While this is going on, rumours are circulating that Demeke Mekonon has quit from his government job; however, his departure from the party has not yet been officially confirmed.

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