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Consolidated Ethiopian Civil Service Directives

I realized that most of you had a problem downloading of accessing the directives and manuals issued by the Civil Service Commission regarding employment conditions of federal civil servants. Now you can access all the materials compiled in one pdf document.

Click HERE to view Consolidated Ethiopian Civil Service Directives

About Abrham Yohannes

Abrham Yohannes Hailu Licensed Lawyer & Consultant


4 thoughts on “Consolidated Ethiopian Civil Service Directives

  1. i’m civil servant but no salary for 2 years so we need support from barack obama. our gov dosnot feel thire country


    Posted by Abdulhakim Negash mohammed | March 27, 2014, 4:26 pm
  2. ere yefitih yale biye biroyen ebete wisit adirige fetarin eyelemenku new. eski yefitih yale?


    Posted by Abdulhakim Negash | March 22, 2014, 11:40 am
  3. I’m A Civil Servant But For 2 Yrs I Have No Salary What I Shall I Do


    Posted by Abdulhakim Negash Mohammed | March 4, 2013, 11:43 pm
  4. Ethiopia cevil servise workers live in rational atmospheric layer of rental seekers. They haven’t feel of country. Due to data of spoon feed from theis hiden atmospher they not happy on there duity. They haven’t confidant on there duity. Instade of having freedom they live in like Meles Zenawi, Abebech, Addisu Legese, Abadula, Kuma Damaksa, Girma Woldegiyorgis, Alemayew, Getachew, Demeke, …,e.t.c abstract impire. Now those lead country if not correct theis problum i am going to change them. To has country and in aproprat shape generation of ethiopia internationaly. The last desetion.


    Posted by Edossa Kenea | March 1, 2012, 11:26 am

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