Federal Attorney General’s Legal web portal goes ‘Jewish’

The Federal Attorney General has recently launched a new web portal (http://legal.eag.gov.et:8080/) to make registered directives accessible to the public. Actually, posting filed directives is part of the duty of the Attorney General emanating from the Administrative Procedure Act (Proclamation Number 1183 Article 17)

What is worse about this portal is that it is 99% offline. Additionally, the application they used for synchronization is not freely available.

And there is more. For some unknown reason Hebrew alphabets are appearing on the site. This has totally changed its design. Hebrew alphabets like Arabic are read from right to left. As a result, now you have to browse the legal portal from right to left.

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