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Update: መስከረም 4 ቀን 2012

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በላልበልሃ፡ የጠበቃ ቀልዶችና የችሎት ገጠመኞች

 

 

 

 

The Revised Family Code of Ethiopia

 

 

 

 

Criminal Procedure code of Ethiopia

 

 

 

 

 

በ2008 ዓ.ም. ለፍሬ ለማብቃት ካቀድኳቸው ሥራዎች ውስጥ ሁለቱ ተጠናቀው አንደኛው ደግሞ ተገባዶ በማየቴ በተለምዶ ‘እጥፍ ድርብ’ የሚባለው ዓይነት ባይሆንም ትልቅ ደስታና እፎይታ ተሰምቶኛል፡፡ ይንንም ለ Ethiopian Legal Brief ጎብኚዎች በተለይም ደግሞ ለድረ ገጹ ቋሚ ተከታታዮች (followers and subscribers) ለማጋራት በማሰብ ብሎም ቅድመ ህትመት ለአንባቢ መተዋወቂያ ይሆን ዘንድ የአንደኛውን ሥራ የይዘት ማውጫ፤ የውሳኔዎች ማውጫ፤ የህግጋት ማውጫ፤ ዋቢ መጻህፍትና የቃላት ማውጫ ከቅንጭብ ጽሑፎች (የተመረጡ ገጾች) ጋር በዚህ ገጽ ላይ ለማቅረብ እወዳለው፡፡

በመጀመሪያ የሶስቱም ያልታተሙ ሥራዎች ርዕስና ገጽ ብዛት እነሆ!

  1. አሠሪና ሠራተኛ ህግ፡ የሰበር ችሎት እንደተረጎመው (ቅጽ 1 ገጽ ብዛት 411)
  2. የአስተዳደር ህግ መግቢያ (ገጽ ብዛት 265)
  3. Judicial and Statutory Definitions of Words and Phrases (365 pages)

አሠሪና ሠራተኛ ህግ፡ የሰበር ችሎት እንደተረጎመው

በዚህ ሥራ ከ1998 እስከ 2007 ዓ.ም. ድረስ የፌደራል ጠቅላይ ፍ/ቤት ሰበር ሰሚ ችሎት የህግ ትርጉም የሰጠባቸው የታተሙ (ቅጽ 1 እስከ 18) እንዲሁም ያልታተሙ በጠቅላላይ ከ240 በላይ በሚሆኑ የሰበር ውሳኔዎች ላይ ዳሰሳ ተደርጓል፡፡ ልክ የዛሬ ዓመት የካቲት 2007 ዓ.ም. ላይ ሥራው ሲጀመር ከይዘት አንጻር ዋነኛ ትኩረት የተደረገው ገላጭ የሆነ ዘዬ በመከተል የሰበር ችሎት ትርጉም የሰጠባቸውን ጉዳዮች በየፈርጁና በየርዕሱ በመለየት የህጉን ይዘት በጥልቀት መፈተሸ ነበር፡፡ ሆኖም ‘የሌሎች አገራት ልምድ’ እንዲካተት ተደጋጋሚ አስተያየት በመቅረቡ ባደጉትና ባላደጉት አገራት የአሠሪና ሠራተኛ ህግ ይዘቱና አፈጻጸሙ በከፊል ተቃኝቷል፡፡

በመጽሐፉ ውስጥ የተጠቀሱ ህግጋትና የሰበር ውሳኔዎች በቀላሉ ማግኘት እንዲቻል የውሳኔዎች ማውጫ (Table of Cases) እና የህግጋት ማውጫ (Table of Legislations) ለብቻው ተዘጋጅቷል፡፡ የቃላት ማውጫው (Index) የቃላት ሳይሆን የተዛማጅ ርዕሰ ጉዳዮች መጠቆሚያ እንዲሆን ጥረት ተደርጓል፡፡

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Period of time to dismiss a worker for misconduct (Summary of cassation decisions)

Introduction

According to Ethiopian labour law, an employer loses his right to dismiss a worker irrespective of a valid ground of dismissal, if he fails to make a decision to terminate the employment contract within 30 working days. The time starts to run from the  date the employer knows the ground for the termination. (Article 27(3) of the labour proclamation 377/2003)

The following is a brief summary of Cassation decisions regarding the application an interpretation Article 27(3.

The meaning of working days

Applicant Ethio-Djibouti Railway

Respondent Teshome Kuma

Cassation File Number 36377

Date: Hidar 2, 2001 E.C.

In the Federal First Instance Court, where the case was first heard, the respondent claimed reinstatement and 6 months back pay alleging that his contract of employment was terminated unlawfully by the Applicant. However, the applicant employer challenged the claim stating that termination was lawful as it was due to an unlawful act committed by the applicant worker.

The Federal First Instance Court found the termination unlawful on procedural ground without investigating the merit of the case. The Court ruled that the employer (Applicant) has failed to take an action of dismissal within one month as required by the labour proclamation. For this reason, judgment was given in favour of the respondent The court awarded him six months back pay salary and reinstatement.

Applicant lodged an appeal against this decision to the Federal High Court, but it was rejected.

Lastly, the applicant submitted his application to the Federal Supreme Court, Cassation division for review of the lower courts on ground of fundamental error of law.

The cassation division examined the legal issue involved in the case by interpreting article 27 sub 3 of the labour proclamation No.377/2003. Both the federal first instance and high court misread the article in determining the period of time to take dismissal action by the employer. Rather than examining whether 30 working days have passed from the date the employer knew the ground for the termination, they simply counted 30 days to reach at a conclusion.

This was indicated by the cassation division as a manifest error. Accordingly, the case was re-examined based on the facts affirmed in the lower courts in order to determine whether 30 working days have passed. As stated in the decision, the worker allegedly committed fault on Meskerem 24 and 25 1999 E.C. and his contract of employment contract was terminate on Tikimet  25 1999 E.C.  From Meskerem 25 to Tikimet 25 there are four Sundays and assuming that Sunday is not a working day, there are only 24 working days during this time. Based on this calculation, the court reasoned, 30 working days have not passed, which makes the action of the employer valid for the purpose of time requirement.

Consequently, the decisions of the lower courts was reversed by the cassation division and the case was remanded to the federal first instance court to give its own decision on the merit i.e. the legality of termination of employment.

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