- On the professor's claim that there is a power struggle between Hailu and Brehanu.
-Competition for power and influence is the classic job description of politicians. What is unhealthy in a democratic system is
- What evidence can the professor give us to substantiate the allegation of political power struggle between Hailu and Brehanu?
-Which power are they struggling for? Hailu Shawel is the president of the party. Is the professor claiming that Hailu got to that power after a power struggle? Or is he claiming Brehanu is trying to unseat a legitimate leader and Hailu is fighting to preserve his power?
-Brehanu isn't the member of the executive committee of the CUD. Is he trying to usurp Hailu's power without even being in the executive committee or is the professor implying that Brehanu is trying to gain power and influence outside of the party's structure?
-Professor Mesfin asks us to work with Birtukan Mideksa as she is an able leader. What does that mean? Is the professor suggesting that Birtukan should be the chairwoman of the party? Is that compatible with democratic ideals? Or is he saying that we should in democratic manner remove Hailu Shawel and replace him Birtukan Mideksa?
-Can Birtukan lead the party when the giants who, with professor Mesfin himself, formed Kinijit are sidelined?
(More questions to come)