Message to Dr. Abiy

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Ethiopia today occupies a territory of 1,104,300 square kilometres, making it the tenth-largest country in Africa. Its population is estimated at between 95 and 100 million, the second largest in Africa (after Nigeria). Following the installation of a transitional coalition government in 1991, Ethiopia adopted a new federal constitution in December 1994. Composed of nine Regional States and two City Administrations, Ethiopia is now a multiparty democracy that has held democratic elections every five years since May 1995.

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