BREAKING NEWS on the case of Woizerit Birtukan PDF Print E-mail
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Saturday, 09 October 2010 04:38

Woizerit Birtukan Mideksa is now free & enjoying private time with her immediate family members.

The Press Conference called by The Elders Council has been postponed to 3:00PM Local Time. (Ben)

According to the latest info with regards to the release of Birtukan Mideksa, the Elders Committee called for Press Conference at 12:00PM Local time. The avenue is Sheraton Addis.

EthiopiaFirst will be blogging directly from the conference. (Ben - Oct 6th, 2010 09:58 AM Local Time)


According to a source close to EthiopiaFirst, Woizerit Birtukan Mideksa submitted a letter of apology for the Ethiopian people and the elected govt. The Pardon Board already accepted her plea & the paperwork are being finalized. Woizerit Birtukan may walk out of Qality prison within two days.


Ethiopian opposition leader Birtukan Mideksa freed

(BBC) "I am very relieved," she told the BBC at her home in the capital, where crowds had gathered to welcome her.Ms Birtukan said she had been freed because she had applied for a pardon. (More)







Statement by EU High Representative Catherine Ashton on the pardon of Ethiopian opposition leader Birtukan Midekssa

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