The Council of Ministers discussed and decided on various agendas of the regular meeting held today.The House of Representatives has approved a bill drafting a bill drafting a bill on the establishment of the Government of the Ethiopian Government. It approved the adoption of the Ethiopian Space Policy and sent to the House of People's Representatives for approval of the three draft laws. The agenda of the council was in the Ethiopian Space Policy, and the Ministry of Innovators and Technologies set up a Space Policy and presented it to the Council of Ministers. The Council of Ministers also discussed in detail and implemented revisions.
The second draft of the Ethiopian News Service is drafted.According to the news, the council has submitted a resolution to provide information as a national news service, competitiveness and institutional autonomy, and the Council has decided to send it to the House of Peoples' Representatives by adding some amendments. The third agenda is to establish a Legislative and Proclamation Center for the establishment of the doctrine of the Constitution of Federalism and Fellowship, which is intended to enhance the awareness of citizens on constitutional and federalism and their role in developing national values to promote tolerance. The draft law was prepared by the House of the Council and presented to the House of Peoples' Representatives by adding the amendments.
It is a draft bill with the civil society organizations that the council finally discussed. In order to ensure that civil society organizations have the right to organize citizens for the purpose of organizing citizens for the purpose of legitimizing the legitimacy of the legal process and building their role in the development and development of the country, they are expected to ensure the accountability of civil society organizations and the benefits of the community. According to information obtained from the Prime Minister, the drafting of the draft prosecutor's bill is being presented to the Council of Ministers, and the House has decided to transpose it to the House of People's Representatives.
The year 2016 could be described as the year of protest in Africa’s ‘golden boy’ with respect to economic rise across the continent. The anti-government protests in Oromo and Amhara regions plus in the capital, Addis Ababa adversely affected the economy and tourism. The post October 6 protests were marked by destruction of public and private property. Dangote industries for instance were affected by rampaging protesters. The government imposed a 6-month state of emergency to quell the protests. displayAdvert("mpu_3") Economic growth remained at a respectable 8% in 2015/16, which is impressive especially compared to previous drought situations which often resulted in economic contraction. Amhara and Oromia protests affect businesses Trucks and machinery belonging to the Dangote group were attacked. Local media reported that other entities including a court building and government vehicles were also torched. A six-month state of emergency has all but quelled the protests since it was imposed in October amid widespread arrests of persons believed to be behind the chaos even though opposition groups have accused the regime of employing repressive tactics under the Command Post. Ethio-Djibouti railway launch Then as part of opening up the country to business, a 750-km railway line linking Ethiopia’s capital, Addis Ababa