ስለ “አለን ነጋሪት” አገልግሎት ጥቂት መግለጫ

“ምድር በዛፉ ሕግ በመፃፉ!” የሚል የሀገራችን ምሳሌያዊ አነጋገር አለ።
ይህ ብቻ መሰላችሁ “መነኩሴ በቆቡ ወንበር በኪታቡ” ይላል የአበው እና እመው ብሒል። በዘመኑ የአማርኛ አጠቃቀም ወንበር(ዳኛ)፣በኪታቡ(በሕግ መፅሀፉ) ማለት ነው።
ባጭሩ በሕግ ላይ እየሰሩ ከሆነ ሕጉ ያስፈልግዎታል።

አንዱ ጠበቃ ምን አለ መሰላችሁ?
አዲስ ከወጣ ሕግ ጋር የተያያዘ ጉዳይ ገጥሞት ሕጉ መውጣቱን እያወቀ ግን አዋጁን ሊያገኘው አልቻለም

እና ምን አለ?

“አዋጁማ ወጥቷል…
በጄ ላይ ቢኖር፣
ሙግቴን አድምቼ
በረታሁ ነበር!!”

ከእንግዲህ ታትመው የወጡ አዋጆችን እና ደንቦችን ሌሎችንም ሕጎችን ለስራዎ ሲያስፈልጎ ወይም እንደ ቀልጣፋ የሕግ ባለሙያ እራስዎን በየወቅቱ ከሚወጡ ሕጎች ጋር ዝግጁ ለማድረግ በየዌብሳይቱ መዋተት፣ “ወጣ አልወጣ? የትስ አገኘዋለሁ” ብሎ መብሰልሰል፣ ወዳጅ ዘመድ የስራ ባልደረባ ጋር በማሰስ ውድ ጊዜዎን ማባከን አከተመ።

በማ? …በአለን ነጋሪት!!

አለን ነጋሪት አዳዲስ የሚወጡ ሕጎችን ተከታትሎ ከማተሚያ ቤት ወደ መስሪያ ቤት ሊያደርስልዎ ዝግጅቱን አጠናቋል።

በገፃችን ላይ ባሉት የኢሜይል አድራሻዎቻችን ይመዝገቡና የቋሚ ደንበኝነት ቅፁን ይሙሉ።

ለፍ/ቤቶች፣ለመንግስትና ለግል ድርጅቶች፣ለተለያዩ ከሕግ ጋር የተያያዙ የምርምር ስራዎችን ለሚሰሩ ተቋማት፣ለጠበቆች፣ለሕግ ባለሙያዎች፣መገናኛ ብዙሀን ባለሙያዎችና ፍላጎቱ ላላቸው ግለሰቦች…የሚወጡትን ሕጎች ዋና ቅጂ ከእፍታው ላይ ጨልፈን ያሉበት ድረስ ለማድረስ ዝግጅታችንን አጠናቀናል።

ለጊዜው አገልግሎቱን የጀመርነው በአዲስ አበባ ለምትገኙ ደንበኞቻችን ሲሆን በቀጣይ በመላው ሀገሪቱና በውጭ ሀገር ለሚገኙ ኢትዮጽያውያንም እናዳርሳለን።

የቋሚ ደንበኝነት ቅፁን ከሞሉ አመቱን ሙሉ ሚወጡ ሕጎች አያመልጥዎትም።ቢሮዎ ድረስ ከች እናደርግልዎታለን።

እስካሁን ድረስ በርካታ ጠበቆችና ድርጅቶች አገልግሎቱን ለማግኘት ተመዝግበዋል።እርሶስ?

ስለ አገልግሎቱ ዝርዝር ማብራሪያና እንዲሁም የደንበኝነት ክፍያ በተመለከተ በኢሜይል: abooooka@gmail.com ይጠይቁን።

Hate Speech and Disinformation Prevention and Suppression Proclamation 

Proclamation No…. /2019

Hate Speech and Disinformation Prevention and Suppression Proclamation 

Whereas, it has become necessary to prevent and suppress by law the deliberate dissemination of hate speech and disinformation,

Cognizant of the threat hate speech and disinformation pose to social harmony, political stability, national unity, human dignity, diversity and equality,

Recognizing that limitations on fundamental rights should be proportionate, narrowly tailored and prescribed by law in pursuit of aims that are legitimate in a democratic society,

NOW THEREFORE In accordance with Article 55(1) of the Constitution of the Federal Democratic Republic of Ethiopia, it is hereby proclaimed as follows: Continue reading “Hate Speech and Disinformation Prevention and Suppression Proclamation “

A /draft/ Proclamation to Provide for Federal Administrative Procedure

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Administrative Procedure Proclamation amharic

 

Administrative Procedure Proclamation english

Proclamation No. ……./2019  

A Proclamation to Provide for Federal Administrative Procedure

 Whereas, the Federal Democratic Republic of Ethiopia Constitution provides that the working procedure of the government is to be transparent, and that any public official is held accountable for failure in his duties,

WHEREAS it is necessary to guarantee administrative justice by promoting  culture of transparency and accountability through legally establishing a system of  judicial review  for persons who might be aggrieved by acts of administrative agencies,in their rule-making and decision-making capacities,

NOW THEREFORE, in accordance with Article 55 (1) of the Constitution of the Federal Democratic Republic of Ethiopia, it is hereby proclaimed as follows

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LEGISLATIVE CONSTITUTIONALITY OF THE FEDERAL PARLIAMENT ON SILENT MATTERS UNDER THE FDRE CONSTITUTION: BASED ON EMPIRICAL APPRAISAL OF LAWS

LEGISLATIVE CONSTITUTIONALITY OF THE FEDERAL PARLIAMENT ON SILENT MATTERS UNDER THE FDRE
CONSTITUTION: BASED ON EMPIRICAL APPRAISAL OF LAWS

Abstract:

Looking in retrospection the modalities adopted under the FDRE Constitution in establishing lawmaking authority appears defective in two fundamental aspects. The feature of constrained parliamentOlY systems, which primarily focuses on strong judicial independence to offset the odds of separation of power i.e. the fusion of executive and legislative organs, does not exist in ( the constitution. The idea of parliamentary supremacy in constrained system is locked between the supremacy of the constitution and the valid enforceable limitations upon lawmaking. It constrains the exercise of power through strong judiciary with its exclusive checks to defend the constitution and eriforce the basic principles which mostly are dubbed as entrenchment, justiciability and supremacy. The other essential defect goes to the manner employed in the division of legislative power between the federal and regional governments. In this respect unlike most of the constitutions of federations that leave reserve clause upon the states while the federal government holding only enumerated powers, the FDRE constitution is short of elastic clause that generally allows lawmaking authority upon the federal government. Often dubbed as implied power doctrine, such elastic clauses is necessary in federations to constitutionalize in order to render the federal laws legitimate in the event it becomes compulsury 10 exercise a particular matter which does not belong in its enumerated jurisdictions. Nevertheless, regardless of the lacuna and without unequivocal constitutional authority the HP R had practically jumped in such areas via several legislations. The empirical examination of certain laws in force indicate a number of matters which need constitutional backs are simply left to the federal government to determine via ordinary laws. Besides, the legislative exercise is not only uneasy to enact in the form of parliamentary laws but also no extraordinary procedure has been followed. The practice evidently was reinforced the HP R authority can rightly goes beyond the text of the l constitution to confer additional competencies upon itself with no threat on its constitutionality or the parliament is the maker and breaker of the institutions for which the constitution entrenches. The specific legislations tabled for empirical appraisal have significantly shaped the exercise of political power both qua constitutions in their scope and in lieu of the constitution in terms of the mailers engulfed on the substance of federal powers. In this particular foci those laws regarding the head of states of the republic, systems of federal intervention into the regions, intergovernmental relations (IGR), competency of the second chamber, federal power over theautonomy of the city of Addis Ababa, and functional independence of the judicial organ etc can remarkably be high lightened as the points of contest. The legislations mentioned with their other kin exclusively stands on Art 55(1) qua constitutional source of authority to mark legislative legitimacy on the part of the parliament. Unfortunately if it is not to help as a safe passage to bond the acts to conform to the constitution, the examined laws tell different context both in scope and content. Neither the specific authority can be attached with the enumerated jurisdiction of the federal government nor the constitution puts an inference on the possibility to provide legal Fameworks in the sense they actual appear now. At times they resemble restrictive lawmaking tendencies rather than the underlying principle for a more protective approach during enforcement. In fact it is not a surprise the varieties of these legislations would have welcomed serious constitutionality tests for if it had been in other jurisdictions who adopt strong independent constitutional adjudicative organ. Otherwise it would have faced ostensible recourses for valid constitutional amendment so long as the laws had brought something new to the actual text of the constitution.

Franchise As a Political Participation Right of Employees Residing in Alage Agricultural Technical Vocational Education Training College Camp: A Comparative Analysis

Franchise As a Political Participation Right of Employees Residing in Alage Agricultural Technical Vocational Education Training College Camp: A Comparative Analysis

 

 

                                 By: Dereje Nigusie

 

 

Advisor: Wondwossen Wakene (Assistant Professor of Law)

 

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Abstract

Election is a visible democracy. It has different players like carnival events. Among which, eligible voters take the front line of participation in election, through giving vote.

Though its freeness and fairness were contestable, Ethiopia even after 1991 has held five multi-party elections, including the last 2015 general election of the country. However, quite contrary to other institution camps residing employees, the Alage ATVET College Camp residing employee’s were not made to be participant within such general elections of the country, through giving vote.

Accordingly this work by using qualitative research methods, has clearly spell out that the determination and existence of major premises of participation, such as State administration, constituency as well as appropriate and convenient ordinary polling stations during general election has enabled the Wonji Shewa Sugar Factory Institution and Agarfa ATVET College Camp residing employee’s to be actively participant in general election of the country, through giving vote. Whereas, the Alage ATVET College camp residing employee’s though they are right holders as like the above mentioned employee’s; but are excluded from participation in general election, through giving vote, due to the place Alage outside from State administration and constituency of the country as well as absence of established polling stations to employee’s during general election of the country. Thus, lack of commitment on the part of the government, as far as discharging its legal obligation of creating equal opportunity to vote to these employee’s as per human right laws, has resulted the right to vote of these groups of people to be disfranchised, practically. In connection of losing such latter right, they are disabled also to enjoy indirect participation through representatives and other expressive values of participation.

Therefore, Alage ATVET College camp residing employee’s to be participant in general election through giving vote meaningfully and without any inconvenience, the author inter alia suggested mainly the HoF and NEBE, based on their mandate to determine and establish effectively the major premises of participations, such as State administration of Alage and its constituencies as well as proper and convenient polling stations during election of the country.

Keywords: ATVET, Camp, Constituency, Disfranchise, Franchise, Polling stations, General election.

 

 

 

                                                                                                         June/2018

                                                                                                  Gondar, Ethiopia