Ethiopia elects first female president

Addis Ababa – Ethiopia’s parliament has appointed a new president, Sahle-Work, Zewde, after the resignation of former leader Mulatu Teshome.

Ms, Sahle-Work, is an expert on the United Nations, who has expertise and good arguments.
A brief statement on the Balance of Peoples has emphasized the importance of maintaining peace in the country, according to Ethiopian. The selection of this woman comes to a week after the Prime Minister, Abi Ahmed Ali, named his cabinet ministers, half of whom were women.