Proclamation No. 433/2005 Revised Federal Ethics and Anti-Corruption Commission Establishment proclamation
Repealed previous establishment act Proclamation No. 235/2001 Federal Ethics and Anti-Corruption Commission Establishment Proclamation
Fax: +251-5-53 69 87
The vision of the Federal Ethics and Anti-corruption Commission is to ensure that corruption is no longer an impediment to enhancing development and good governance in the Country by creating a highly ethical society that is resolute in combating corruption unwaveringly.
The Commission’s mission is to ensure that the Country’s resources go to the desired development projects by expanding ethics and anti-corruption education; examining the practices and working procedures in federal public offices and enterprises and thereby plugging loopholes that are believed to be conducive for corruption; exposing, investigating and prosecuting alleged corruption offences where they are committed in federal public offices and public enterprises, or in the regional offices related to subsidies granted by the Federal Government.
The FEACC promotes the following principles: Integrity, loyalty, transparency, confidentiality, honesty, accountability, serving public interest, exercising legitimate authority, impartiality, respecting the law, responsiveness, and exercising good leadership.
• It also promotes the following values
• Serving as an ethical model,
• Showing the maximum determination and perseverance in fighting corruption,
• Upholding professionalism and team work,
• Being an equal opportunity employer,
• Recognizing the public as a major partner in the fight against corruption and
• Building an ethical society.
Proclamation No. 720/2011 Ethiopian Federal Police Commission Establishment Proclamation
Repealed previous establishment acts; Proclamation No. 20712000 Federal Police Proclamation and Proclamation No. 313/2003 Federal Police Commission Proclamation
First established by Proclamation No.12/1995 Sports Commission Establishment Proclamation
Then Proclamation No. 256/2001 Reorganization of the Executive Organs of the Federal Democratic Republic of Ethiopia Proclamation without expressly repealing Proclamation No.12/1995 transferred the rights and obligations of the Sports Commission to the Ministry of Youth, Sports and Culture
Then the Sports Commission was newly established by Proclamation No. 692/2010 Sports Commission Establishment Proclamation
The rights and obligations of the Ministry of Youth and Sports, established under Article 9(16) of Proclamation No. 471/2005, other than those relating to youth affairs transferred to the Commission (see article 13 of Proclamation No. 692/2010 Sports Commission Establishment Proclamation)
+251-5150519/ +251-5-51 47 35
Fax: +251-5-51 33 45
Proclamation No. 210/2000 Ethiopian Human Rights Commission Establishment Proclamation
To see a country where the respect of human rights has become a culture
The Commission’s mission is to ensure the observance of human rights through awareness creation, monitoring, research and advising the government as well as through investigation and ensuring that appropriate measures are taken to redress human rights violations
The Commission steadfastly upholds the following as its core values.
Telephone: +251- 11-550-40-31
Proclamation No. 238/2001 Ethiopian Agricultural Sample Enumeration Commission Establishment Proclamation
Proclamation No. 274/2002 Cooperatives Commission Establishment Proclamation
Proclamation No. 365/2003 Federal Prisons Commission Establishment Proclamation
(Article 88(1) Council of Ministers Regulations No. 44/1998 Federal prosecutor Administration Council of Ministers Regulations
A Commission, to conduct the affairs of promotion and disciplinary charges of Special Public Prosecutors, and to perform other duties provided under these Regulations
Article 47 Council of Ministers Regulations No. 72/2001 Special Public Prosecutors Administration Council of Ministers Regulations
Census Commission Establishment Proclamation No.84/1997
This proclamation repealed Population and Housing Census Commission Establishment Proclamation No.32/1991. Then Proclamation No. 180/1999 Census Commission Establishment Proclamation repealed both establishment acts.
Lastly Proclamation No. 180/1999 repealed by Proclamation No. 449/2005 Census Commission Re-establishment Proclamation
Secretariat of Census Commission established under Article 180/1991 (98?) transferred to Population Census Commission established by Proclamation No. 449/2005
Currently Proclamation No. 449/2005 Census Commission Re-establishment Proclamation is the effective establishment act of the commission