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PROCLAMATION NO. 408/2004. A PROCLAMATION TO AMEND THE ADDIS ABABA CITYGOVERNMENTREVISED CHARTER PROCLAMATION


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FEDERAL NEGARIT GAZETA

OF THE FEDERAL DEMOCRATIC REPUBLIC OF ETHIOPIA

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Proclamation No. 408/2004

Addis Ababa City Government Revised charter

(Amendment) Proclamation …. Page 2658

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PROCLAMATION NO. 408/2004.

A PROCLAMATION TO AMEND THE ADDIS ABABA CITYGOVERNMENTREVISED CHARTER PROCLAMATION

WHEREAS, it has become necessary to amend the Addis Ababa City Government Revised Charter Proclamation No. 361/2003;

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

1. Short Title

This Proclamation may be cited as the “Addis Ababa City Government Revised Charter (Amendment) Proclamation No. 408/2004.”

2. Amendment

The Addis Ababa City Government Revised Charter proclamation No. 361/2003 is here by amended as follows.

1/ Sub Article (1) “h” of Article 41 of the proclamation is hereby deleted and replaced by the following new Sub-Article 1, ‘h’.

h. application for certificates of succession, marriage and guardianship”.

2/ Sub-Article (2) “c” of Article 41 of the proclamation is hereby deleted and replaced by the following new Sub-Article 2, /c/.

c. without prejudice to the jurisdiction of federal courts on the substance of federal offenses, cases brought in accordance with Article 33, 35, 53 and 59 of the code of criminal procedure of 1961”

3/ The following new Sub-Article (10) is added under Article 66 of the proclamation:

10. cases pending before the Addis Ababa Municipal Courts, but do not fall under jurisdiction of the Addis Ababa City Court in accordance with Proclamation 361/2003 shall continue to be adjudicated by the city court.”

3. Effective Date

This Proclamation shall come in to force as of 15th day of June, 2004

Done at Addis Ababa, this 15th day of June, 2004

GIRMA WOLDEGIORGIS

PRESIDENT OF THE FEDERAL

DEMOCRATIC REPUBLIC OF ETHIOPIA

pre-1995 Ethiopian legislations


Now it seems relatively easy to get acess to the soft copy of Ethiopian legislations on the internet. There are some local and foreign sites maintaing a database of ethiopian laws. The federal Supereme court for instance, has uploaded ethiopian laws on its web site. Unfortunately you will not get laws issued in the past two years. They simply uploaded the collection of laws and codes that was first released through a CD. A very good place to look for ethiopian laws is the official site of the House of Peoples Representatives. But still there are some unfortunate news about the parliament’s web sites. Firstly the site is limited to providing laws issued by parliament i.e. Proclamations. Therefore it is not an option to find Regulations, Codes and Directives. Secondly, most of the time it is difficult to acess the website.

You can also acess all proclamation, directives, Codes and regulations on this blog (Ethiopian Legal Brief) just go to the Federal Laws page and click on any of the items of your choice. ( Click here to the laws page)

One problem generally applicable to all sites is that there is no single source providing a comprehensive and compele list of all ethiopian laws starting from the Imperial era. All the ethiopian laws available on a CD or on the internet start from Proclamation no. 1/1995. In some cases it is even difficult to get the hard copy of these laws.

For those of you who are in need of pre -proc no.1/95 ethiopian legislations, you can view, download or print some of them by following the links below.

 

 

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