State-owned broadcasters, Broadcasting Broadcasting Ethiopia, which is still controlled by the governing party and / or the government, say auditors.
The Ethiopian Broadcasting Corporation, previously known as Ethiopia radio and television corps, has board members.
Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed paid his points to the Federal Parliament for approval and the parliament has all agreed on Thursday.
The six board tablets come from the governing party and beyond.
Fekadu Tessema, who is currently the leader of the Revolutionary Democratic People's of Ethiopia (EPRDF), is appointed as chair of the board.
The new board members are Tefera Derbew (EPRDF member and also federal minister), Ergoge Tesfaye, Yetnebersh Nigussie (solicitor with disability and disability rights campaigner, among others), Ustaz Abubakr ( an activist and a committee member of Ethiopia's Muslim affairs and Abdiwas Abdullahi.
Membership of the board is not affected by Merara Gudina, the leader of the Oromo opposition party and the professor of political science at Addis Ababa University, and Kamila Jundi, according to the Ethiopian Broadcasting Group report.
Membership of the new members service is delayed although the dates are uncertain.
Board members usually used a broadcaster with the state to become individuals with the consortium. This time, however, individuals and / or campaigners are clearly visible outside the party.
Practitioners should not criticize politicians within the regulatory party for the board.
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