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“It is my deep conviction that it is not the wealth accumulated by the Ethiopian people but the Ethiopian people’s capacity and striving that will make our country grow,” said Azeb Mesfin at the funeral ceremony of the long serving PM, Meles Zenawi, which has dampened the end of 2004 EC.
But perhaps it is fitting that the end of the mourning period ushers in the New Year with new hopes. As U.S. Permanent Representative to the United Nations Susan Rice said during the same ceremony, “While the loss of Meles is profound, Ethiopia’s greatness is undiminished. Ethiopia’s future can and must be brighter.”
And so as we enter 2005 EC, Ethiopia braces itself for the ‘New Renaissance’, as Meles famously said five years ago during the millennium celebration, with promises both from the government and the people to work hard and continue the development policies laid down by the late Prime Minister vowing that all his initiatives would keep going forward.
Looking around there are signs of the new development that is touching the lives of many; a work in progress.