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Ethiopia tax authorities say tax hikes announced recently still stands despite protests by a section of affected business people. Contrary to earlier reports that Ethiopia tax authorities had withdrawn tax hikes that led to ‘silent’ economic protests in the Oromia region and parts of Addis Ababa, head of the revenue body says they were open to listening and addressing grievances. According to the Ethiopian Revenue and Customs Authority (ERCA) Director-General, Kebede Chane, majority of the level ‘C’ taxpayers had already agreed with the ERCA’s estimations and were already paying the tax, state-owned FANA Broadcasting corporate reported. displayAdvert("mpu_3") He confirmed that a little over 30% of the the affected businesses had officially lodged complaints against the estimations. Of the 148,000 businesses, 68% of them had no issues according to Chane. SUGGESTED READING [Photos] Ethiopia: Tax-hike protest spreads to Addis Ababa The silent protest which started in the Oromia state – one of the epicenters of anti-government protests in 2016 – had spread to the capital Addis Ababa, by late last week. Most shops had closed in protest to the tax hikes which they said were overestimated. AS Exclusive: Tax hike protest also saw shops & business inside #Tana mall,the oldest shopping mall in #Merkato, uniformly" />
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The Ethiopian Orthodox Tewahedo Church is the biggest of the Oriental Orthodox Christian holy places. One of only a handful few pre-pilgrim Christian houses of worship in Sub-Saharan Africa, the Ethiopian Orthodox Tewahedo Church has an enrollment of somewhere in the range of 45 and 50 million individuals, most of whom live in Ethiopia. 

 

The Ethiopian Orthodox Tewahedo Church was officially part of the Coptic Orthodox Church of Alexandria from the main portion of the fourth century until 1959, when it was allowed its own patriarch by Cyril VI, Pope of the Coptic Orthodox Church of Alexandria.[citation needed] It is one of the most established Christian holy places and, as a non-Chalcedonian church, it isn't in full fellowship with the Ethiopian Catholic Church. Ethiopia is the second nation truly, following just Armenia, to have authoritatively declared Christianity as its state religion (in AD 333). 

 

Tewahedo is a Ge'ez word signifying "being made one". This word alludes to the Oriental Orthodox confidence in the one superbly brought together Nature of Christ; i.e., a total association of the awesome and human instincts into one nature is plainly obvious so as to achieve the heavenly salvation of mankind, instead of the "two natures of Christ" conviction regularly held by the Roman Catholic and Eastern Orthodox, Anglican, Lutheran, and most Protestant houses of worship. The Oriental Orthodox houses of worship hold fast to a Miaphysitic Christological view pursued by Cyril of Alexandria, the main hero in the Christological discussions of the fourth and fifth hundreds of years, who supported "mia physis tou theou logou sesarkōmenē", or "one (mia) nature of the Word of God in essence" and an "association as indicated by hypostasis" or hypostatic association. The differentiation of this position was that the manifest Christ has one nature, however that one nature is of the two natures, heavenly, and human, and holds every one of the qualities of both after the association.

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Ethiopia tax authorities say tax hikes announced recently still stands despite protests by a section of affected business people. Contrary to earlier reports that Ethiopia tax authorities had withdrawn tax hikes that led to ‘silent’ economic protests in the Oromia region and parts of Addis Ababa, head of the revenue body says they were open to listening and addressing grievances. According to the Ethiopian Revenue and Customs Authority (ERCA) Director-General, Kebede Chane, majority of the level ‘C’ taxpayers had already agreed with the ERCA’s estimations and were already paying the tax, state-owned FANA Broadcasting corporate reported. displayAdvert("mpu_3") He confirmed that a little over 30% of the the affected businesses had officially lodged complaints against the estimations. Of the 148,000 businesses, 68% of them had no issues according to Chane. SUGGESTED READING [Photos] Ethiopia: Tax-hike protest spreads to Addis Ababa The silent protest which started in the Oromia state – one of the epicenters of anti-government protests in 2016 – had spread to the capital Addis Ababa, by late last week. Most shops had closed in protest to the tax hikes which they said were overestimated. AS Exclusive: Tax hike protest also saw shops & business inside #Tana mall,the oldest shopping mall in #Merkato, uniformly
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