Regional Civil Servants Laws and Directives


Addis Ababa Administration

Addis Ababa Administration Civil servants Proclamation No. 6-2000 E.C. DOWNLOAD

የአዲስ አበባ ከተማ አስተዳደር የመንግሥት ሠራተኞች አዋጅ ቁጥር 6/2ዐዐዐ

Addis Ababa Administration Civil Servants Disciplinary and Grievance Procedure Directive DOWNLOAD

በአዲስ አበባ ከተማ አስተዳደር የመንግስት ሠራተኞች የዲሲፕሊንና የቅሬታ አቀራረብ አፈጻጸምና መመሪያ

Addis Ababa Administration Permanent Employees Recruitment Procedure Directive DOWNLOAD

የአዲስ አበባ ከተማ አስተዳደር የቋሚ መንግስት ሠራተኞች የቅጥር አፈጻጸም መመሪያ

Harari National Regional State

Harari National Regional State Civil Servants Proclamation No.34-1996 E.C.  DOWNLOAD

የሐረሪ ህዝብ ብሔራዊ ክልላዊ መንግስት የመንግስት ሰራተኞች አዋጅ ቁጥር 34-19996

Rights and  Benefits  of  Outgoing  Senior  Government Officials,  Members  of  Parliament  and  Judges  of the  Harari National  Regional  State Proclamation (Amendment) No. 93-2002 E.C.  DOWNLOAD

Amhara National Regional State

Proclamation No. 171 /2010  The Amhara National Regional State Civil  Servants  Revised Proclamation  DOWNLOAD

Regulation no.18.2004 the Civil Servants Screening Council of Regional government Regulation    DOWNLOAD

Regulation no.35.2005 the Civil Servants’ Screening Regulation Amendment DOWNLOAD

Rights and  Benefits  of  Outgoing  Senior  Government Officials,  Members  of  Parliament  and  Judges  of the  Amhara  National  Regional  State Proclamation No. 172/2010  DOWNLOAD

Amhara Natioal Regional State Revenue Authority Employees Administration Regulation DOWNLOAD

Amhara National Regional State Revenue Authority Employees Ethical Code of Conduct Directive No. 1-2003 E.C. DOWNLOAD

የአማራ ብሔራዊ ክልላዊ መንግስት የገቢዎች ባለስልጣን የስነ-ምግባር መመሪያ ቁጥር 1-2003

Amhara National Regional State Civil Servants Job Performance Evaluation Directive     DOWNLOAD

የአማራ ብሔራዊ ክልላዊ መንግስት የመንግስት ሰራተኞች የስራ አፈጻጸም ምዘና መመሪያ

Dire Dawa Administration

Dire Dawa Civil Servants Proclamation    DOWNLOAD

Dire Dawa Administration Job Grade Determination and Assignment for Sector Agencies and Kebele Administrations Implementing BPR    DOWNLOAD

በድሬዳዋ አስተዳደር መሰረታዊ የስራ ሂደት ለውጥ ጥናት ላካሄዱ የአስተዳደሩ ሴክተር መስሪያ ቤቶችና ቀበሌዎች ውስጥ የተፈፈቀዱ የስራ መደቦች የስራ ምደባና ደረጃ አወሳሰን አፈጻጸም መመሪያ

Ethiopia condemns Saudi crackdown on workers


PressTV – Ethiopia condemns Saudi crackdown on workers.

Ethiopian Foreign Minister Tedros Adhanom has condemned Saudi Arabia for its brutal crackdown on migrant workers in the kingdom.

Saudi authorities have launched the weeklong visa crackdown on foreign workers, killing three people, including an Ethiopian national.
“This is unacceptable. We call on the Saudi government to investigate this issue seriously. We are also happy to take our citizens, who should be treated with dignity while they are there,” Adhanom said on Sunday.
Ethiopia’s top diplomat said Addis Ababa has formally complained to Riyadh and is now working to bring its citizens back home.
Saudi security forces on Saturday clashed with thousands of migrant workers protesting a new labor law.
Two people were killed and nearly 70 others injured after police opened fire to disperse protesters in the capital Riyadh. More than 500 protesters were also detained.
On Wednesday, the Ethiopian man was killed during another crackdown, prompting the Ethiopian government to announce efforts to bring home its citizens.
Riyadh has announced plans to create jobs for Saudi nationals by reducing the number of foreign workers totaling some nine million people.
Hundreds of thousands of workers have already left the kingdom amid tougher conditions for migrants.
Foreign workers cannot change jobs or leave Saudi Arabia without the permission of their sponsors, who are often Saudi companies or individuals who provide workers to businesses for profit.
Most of the sponsors take away the passports of the workers for the duration of their contract.
Human rights groups have criticized Saudi Arabia over the condition of migrant workers in the kingdom and called on Riyadh to abolish the sponsorship system for migrant workers.

Ethiopian migrant killed in Saudi crackdown


Ethiopian migrant killed in Saudi crackdown – Middle East – Al Jazeera English.

The man was trying to resist arrest, authorities say, as they pursue a crackdown on illegal workers, arresting 16,000

An Ethiopian migrant has been killed by Saudi police after he tried to flee arrest during a round-up of thousands of foreigners suspected of working illegally in the kingdom.

A statement on Wednesday by Riyadh police chief Nasser el-Qahtani said security forces killed the African migrant worker in el-Manhoufa a day earlier when he and others tried to resist arrest.

The security sweep comes after seven months of warnings by Saudi Arabia’s government, which has created a task force of 1,200 Labour Ministry officials who are combing shops, construction sites, restaurants and businesses in search of foreign workers employed without proper permits.

More than 16,000 people have already been rounded up, according to authorities.

Strict labour law

Police have also erected checkpoints to enforce the kingdom’s strict labour rules that make it almost impossible to remain in the country without official sponsorship by an employer.

Residents said most shops have been closed since the sweep began on Monday, with many of the country’s migrants avoiding the streets where they face possible arrest.

The state-backed Saudi Gazette reported on Wednesday that residents are already feeling the brunt of the everyday work the migrants provided, from ritual washings of corpses before burial to food delivery and bagging groceries.

Authorities say that since warnings were issued earlier this year, almost seven million foreigners in Saudi Arabia corrected their paperwork to accurately reflect their occupation and workplace.

The kingdom also issued more than one million final exit visas, which ban people from ever returning.

The Saudi-owned Asharq al-Awsat newspaper reported that authorities detained around 16,500 workers in the first 48 hours of the nationwide crackdown.

The newspaper quoted Saudi officials as saying that nearly half of the migrants were arrested near the southern border with Yemen.

Another 5,000 had been detained in Mecca, where some Muslims stay on illegally after pilgrimage.

Less than 1,000 were detained in the main city of Riyadh.

A resident in the poorer neighborhood of el-Manhoufa in Riyadh told the Associated Press news agency he saw police stopping people outside a mosque after prayers and arresting those who did not have the correct papers on them.

New Prclamations 2013 (2005 E.C.)


Proclamation No. 787/2013 OPEC  Fund  for  International  Development Loan  Agreement  for  Financing  the  Rural Electrification  Project  in  Gode  – Kebridehar Ratification Proclamation  DOWNLOAD

Proclamation No. 788/2013 Arab  Bank for  Economic  Development  in  Africa Loan  Agreement  for  Financing  the  Rural Electrification  Project  in  Gode-Kebridehar Project Ratification  Proclamation DOWNLOAD

Proclamation No.  789/2013 Economic  and  Technical  Co-operation Agreement with the Government of the State of Qatar Ratification Proclamation  DOWNLOAD

Proclamation No. 79112013 International Convention  for  the  Prevention  of Pollution  from  Ships  (MARPOL  73/78) Ratification Proclamation  DOWNLOAD

Proclamation No. 79212013 Convention  on  the  Suppression  of  Unlawful Acts Against the Safety of Maritime Navigation Ratification Proclamation  DOWNLOAD

Proclamation No. 800/2013 African  Development  Fund  Loan  Agreement for  Financing  Drought  Resilience  and Sustainable  Livelihoods  Programme  in  the Horn  of  Africa  Ethiopia  Project  Ratification Proclamation  DOWNLOAD

Proclamation No. 801/2013 Commercial  Registration  and  Business Licensing(Amendment) Proclamation DOWNLOAD

Proclamation No. 805/2013 Export  Import  Bank  of  India  Credit  Agreement  to Provide Credit for Financing the Assayta-Tadjourah Railway  Project  Ratification  Proclamation  DOWNLOAD

Proclamation No. 790/2013 Foreign Service Proclamation  DOWNLOAD

Proclamation No. 794/2013 International Development Association Financing Agreement for the Financing of Health Millennium Development Goals Program for Results Ratification Proclamation    DOWNLOAD

Proclamation No. 795/2013 Export-Import Bank of China Loan Agreement for Financing the Adama Wind Power Construction Project (Phase II) Ratification Proclamation DOWNLOAD

Proclamation No. 796/2015 Global Green Growth Institute Establishment Agreement Ratification Proclamation    DOWNLOAD

Proclamation No. 797/2013 Nile Basin  Cooperative  Framework  Agreement Ratification Proclamation  DOWNLOAD

Proclamation No. 802/2013 Mining  Income  Tax  (Amendment)  Proclamation  DOWNLOAD

Proclamation No. 804/2013 National  Intelligence  and  Security  Service  Re-establishment Proclamation   DOWNLOAD

Proclamation No. 80712013 Capital  Goods  Leasing  Business  (Amendment) Proclamation  DOWNLOAD

PROCLAMATION No. 802-2013 A PROCLAMATION TO AMEND THE MINING INCOME TAX PROCLAMATION


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PROCLAMATION No. 802-2013

A PROCLAMATION TO AMEND THE MINING INCOME TAX PROCLAMATION

WHEREAS, it has became necessary to amend the Mining Income Tax Proclamation;

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

1. Short Title
This Proclamation may be cited as the “Mining Income Tax (Amendment) Proclamation No. 802/2013″

2. Amendment
Paragraph (a) and (b) of sub-article (I) of Article

3 of the Mining Income Tax Proclamation No.53/J993 (as amended) are hereby deleted and replaced by the following new sub-article (J):

“1/ in the case of a large scale mining license holder 25% of taxable income.”

3. Effective Date
This Proclamation shall enter into force on the date of publication in the Federal Negarit Gazette.

Done at Addis Ababa this 26th day of July. 2013

GIRMA WOLDEGIORGIS PRESIDENT OF THE FEDERAL DEMOCRATIC REPUBLIC OF ETHIOPIA

The Arab American News – Woman sentenced to 37 years in prison for starving adopted Ethiopian child to death  


The Arab American News – Woman sentenced to 37 years in prison for starving adopted Ethiopian child to death  .

Source: The Arab American News

WASHINGTON — A U.S. woman was sentenced to 37 years in prison on Tuesday, Oct. 29,  for starving her Ethiopia-born adopted daughter and leaving her to die outside in the cold in Washington state.
Stay-at-home mother Carri Williams, 42, was convicted last month of homicide by abuse, in connection with the 2011 death of 13-year-old Hana Williams, who was adopted in 2008.

The Arab American News - Woman sentenced to 37 years in prison for starving adopted Ethiopian child to death  

The girl’s father, Larry Williams, 49, was convicted of first-degree manslaughter and sentenced on Tuesday to 28 years in prison.. The jury deadlocked on a charge of homicide by abuse against the man.

The family lived in Sedro-Woolley, a town about halfway between Seattle and Vancouver, British Columbia.
Hana Williams died of hypothermia in May 2011, after being found bruised and unconscious in the backyard shortly after midnight in temperatures hovering around 40 degrees.
In addition to the charges linked to Hana’s death, the couple were found guilty of assault of a child, stemming from maltreatment of their 10-year-old son, who was also adopted from Ethiopia and has been removed from the Williams’ home.

Capital Goods Leasing Business (Amendment) Proclamation No. 807/2013


PROCLAMATION No. 807/2013

PROCLAMATION TO AMEND THE CAPITAL GOODS LEASING BUSINESS PROCLAMATION

WHEREAS, it has became necessary to amend the Capital Goods Leasing Business Proclamation No.103/ 1998;

NOW, THEREFORE, in accordance with Article55 (1) of the Constitution of the Federal Democratic Republic of Ethiopia, it is hereby proclaimed as follows:

1. Short Title

This Proclamation may be cited as the “Capital Goods Leasing Business (Amendment) Proclamation No. 807/2013″.

2. Amendment

The Capital Goods Leasing Business Proclamation No. 103/ 1998 is hereby amended as follows:

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Following the issuance of the new amendment the National Bank of Ethiopia has issued two directives for its implementation.

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  • LICENSING AND SUPERVISION OF THE BUSINESS OF CAPITAL GOODS FINANCE COMPANIES

Requirements for Licensing of Capital Goods Finance Business Directives No. CGFB /02/ 2013    DOWNLOAD

  • LICENSING AND SUPERVISION OF THE BUSINESS OF CAPITAL GOODS FINANCE COMPANIES

Minimum Paid Up Capital Requirement Directives No.CGFB /01/ 2013      DOWNLOAD

National Intelligence and Security Service Re-establishment Proclamation (draft)


Proclamation No————- /2013

NATIONAL INTELLIGENCE AND SECURITY SERVICE RE-ESTABLISHMENT PROCLAMATION

WHEREAS it has become necessary to strengthen the National Intelligence and Security Service so as to protect and defend the sovereignty of the Federal Democratic Republic of Ethiopia, the constitution and constitutional order;

WHEREAS it has become essential  to determine the power, duties and accountability of the National Intelligence and Security Service to promote the peace, development, democracy and good governance in the country;

WHEREAS it has become necessary to build a modern and strong National Intelligence and Security Service that is  loyal and resilient to the constitution and constitutional order of the Federal Democratic Republic of Ethiopia and conscious of the national and international objective situations;

NOW, THEREFORE, in accordance with sub-articles (1) and (7) of Article 55 of the Constitution of the Federal Democratic Republic of Ethiopia, it is hereby proclaimed as follows:

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Ethiopia to implement human rights action plan


Ethiopia to implement human rights action plan

Source: www.ertagov.com

Prime Minister Hailemariam Desalegn disclosed on Friday that the government is undertaking various activities to ensure human and democratic rights in Ethiopia.

The Premier made the remark on a consultative forum held on Ethiopian National Human Rights Action Plan (NHRAP) held at UNECA.

The NHRAP aims at strengthening a better implementation of human and democratic rights as stipulated in the Constitution. It is noted that the Action Plan would enable a coordinated implementation of activities by various government bodies.

Prime Minister Hailemariam said the government has been undertaking various activities over the past two decades to ensure human and democratic rights. He said the Action Plan would help to address gaps in good governance that has been a challenge in fully ensuring human and democratic rights.

Minister of Justice Getachew Ambaye for his part said the necessary structure is in place at federal and regional levels to implement the Action Plan. He also noted that an office of NHRAP was organized and went operational under the Ministry of Justice to oversee the process.

UN Resident Coordinator in Ethiopia Eugene Owusu for his part commended Ethiopia for preparing the NHRAP to undertake consistent work on human rights side by side with its speedy economic development. He also assured the support of his Organisation for the fruitful implementation of the Action Plan.

The Construction Industry Registration Proclamation (Draft)


The Draft Proclamation is prepared by:

Ministry of Urban Development and Construction

Contact Information

Telephone: 0115-531688/ 0115-531672/ 0115-157952

Fax: 0115541268

P.O.Box:- 24134/1000

E-mail: gofekassahun@yahoo.com

Website: www.mwud.gov.et

The Construction Industry Registration Draft Proclamation (English) DOWNLOAD

The Construction Industry Registration Draft Proclamation (Amharic) DOWNLOAD

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