شكل غياب رئيس الوزراء الاثيوبي عن اجتماعات الاتحاد الافريقي لغزا محيرا يضاف ليابه عن التزاماته الرسميه لمدة اسبوعين سابقين
وحسب ما نقل صوت امريكا فان زيناوي يعاني من مرض عضال اكتشف اثناء اجتماع ال 20 في المكسيك لكن ظلت صحة الرجل تتدهور بصوره ملحوظه الامر الذي اضطر وزير خارجية اثيوبيا للاعتراف بمرض رئيس الوزراء علنا لتبرير تغيبه عن اجتماعات الاتحاد الافريقي ولكن وزير الخارجيه هون من الامر وقال ان رئيس الوزراء لا يعاني من مرض خطير غير ان مواقع اثيوبيه كثيره تشير الي اصابة الرجل بورم خبيث في الدماغ قاد لتدهور صحته بصوره متلاحقه
بعض مواقع المعارضه الاثيوبيه تشير الي موت الرجل لكن الي الان لا يوجد تأكيد رسمي وهنالك ادعاء بأن الرجل يتلقي العلاج في بلجيكا
Ethiopia’s Meles Ill, Misses AU Meetings Posted Monday, July 16th, 2012 at 11:10 am
Ethiopian Prime Minister Meles Zenawi did not attend scheduled meetings with other African leaders in Addis Ababa on Saturday and Sunday, fueling speculation about his health. The government confirmed the prime minister was ill but gave no details.
Mr. Meles had been scheduled to chair a meeting of the New Partnership for Africa's Development, or NEPAD, on Saturday, and an African Union government leaders' summit on Sunday. Ethiopia's foreign minister attended in his place.
The foreign minister, Hailemariam Desalegn, told Bloomberg news Monday that Mr. Meles was receiving treatment.
The agency quotes him as saying, “There is no serious illness at all. It's minor only.” He said the prime minister would be “back soon” after receiving medication. Mr. Meles has not been seen in public for at least two weeks. He is 57 years old and has ruled Ethiopia since 1991.
Senegalese President Macky Sall told the NEPAD meeting Saturday that Prime Minister Meles was not attending “for health reasons” and expressed wishes that he “recover soon.”
Ethiopian state television on Sunday acknowledged the prime minister's absence from meetings. State TV noted what it said were “various media reports” saying the prime minister has been sick — including opposition reports that said Mr. Meles was receiving treatment in Belgium.
Subject: BBC News "Meles Zenawi is in a critical state, his life is in danger," the agency was told by a diplomat who asked not to be named. 18 July 2012 Last updated at 12:47 GMT
Ethiopian leader Meles Zenawi 'in hospital'
Ethiopia's government has denied Prime Minister Meles Zenawi is critically ill but says he has been in hospital.
"He is not in a critical state. He is in good condition," spokesman Bereket Simon told the AFP news agency.
A spokesperson for the Ethiopian embassy in London told the BBC the 57 year old was in a stable condition after hospital treatment.
Speculation about his health began when he missed last weekend's African Union summit in Addis Ababa.
There were reports that Mr Meles was in hospital in Belgium, suffering from a stomach complaint.
The Ethiopian embassy spokesperson in London said the prime minister had been visited by high-level officials, but did not say where he was being treated.
Diplomatic sources in Brussels told AFP that the Ethiopian leader was in a hospital in the Belgian capital.
"He is in a critical state, his life is in danger," the agency was told by a diplomat who asked not to be named.
An Ethiopian government press conference about the rumours scheduled for Wednesday morning has been postponed until later this week.
Correspondents say it is believed Mr Meles's last public appearance was at the G20 talks in Mexico last month.
Mr Meles took power as the leader of a rebel movement which ousted the communist government of Mengistu Haile Mariam in 1991. He has won several elections since then, but his political opponents have accused him of using repression to retain power.