Egypt face another big problem bigger than the dam


An interview planned for looking for a manageable answer for clashes in Amhara's local state is in progress in the district. 


In participation of the gathering are Deputy Prime Minister Demeke Mekonnen, Chief of Amhara provincial state, Dr. Ambachew Mekonnen, and Chief of Staff of the National Defense Force, General Seare Mekonnen. 


Talking on the event, Deputy Premier Demeke said the gathering is significant to devise operational arrangements for the regard of law and satisfy the need of the individuals for harmony. 


Senior government and local state authorities and agents from barrier and security organizations are likewise in the participation of the gathering, as indicated by Amhara Mass Media Agency. 


Sudan's decision Transitional Military Council has said the military won't acknowledge agitation in the nation. 


"We won't acknowledge bedlam. We will manage it solidly as per the law," Mohamed Hamdan Dagalo, the Transitional Military Council's VP, said in a question and answer session on Tuesday. 


"We would prefer not to heighten the circumstance. We are focused on exchange. After today, there will be no turbulent scenes," he included. 


A huge number of dissidents have been exploring the great outdoors outside the military home office in Khartoum, just about three weeks after the military and security powers evacuated the previous president Omar al-Bashir from power on April 11.

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