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Ethiopia’s ruling Prosperity Party declared landslide winner of June vote

The vote was a test for incumbent PM Abiy Ahmed, who will begin a second five-year term. It was delayed by the coronavirus twice and could not be held in some regions due to unrest, leaving seats empty in parliament.

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