40 MPs signed an agreement with Kinijit

February 7, 2008Forty members of parliament have signed an agreement with the executive committee of the Coalition for Unity and Democracy Party (Kinijit) on Monday to work under to the bylaws and manifesto of the party.

Though the name and symbol of Kinijit are illegally and unconstitutionally given to individuals by the EPRDF-controlled National Board of Election, the movement for democracy and equality that the CUD is for, is continuing. The tent is growing. The fractured groups are coming one by one to their mother organization.

Additionally, the Kinijit executive committee has selected 16 individuals to join the party’s supreme council in place of those who resigned or left. The names of the individuals who joined the council will be made public shortly.

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