Friday, May 24, 2024


David Cameron to visit Ethiopia

The Prime Minister of the United Kingdom, David Cameron, is scheduled to visit Ethiopia at the end of this month, leading a delegation of ministers and top government officials, diplomatic sources told The Reporter.

Media council elects chairs of general assembly

The Ethiopian Media Council – the first of its kind in Ethiopia – conducted its second general assembly meeting on Thursday by electing its chairman, vice chairman and secretary of the general assembly.

Top ODPO officials relieved of duty

The Oromo People’s Democratic Organization (OPDO) Central Committee last week has relieved two of its higher officials of their duties in connection with the ongoing large-scale protests that have swept throughout different parts of the Oromia Regional State since November.
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AAU to slash undergrad programs

Addis Ababa University (AAU) – the oldest university in the country – revealed that it is set to focus more on graduate programs at the end of its five-year strategic plan (2016- 2020).

Inter-Religious Council calls for peace

Following the recent clashes between protesters and government forces in West Arsi, Oromia Regional State and other parts of Ethiopia, the Inter-Religious Council called upon both sides to end hostilities and strive for peace.

Gov’t reluctant in significantly adjusting petroleum price

Despite the falling global crude oil price the Ethiopian government is making painstaking price adjustments on petroleum retail prices in the local market.
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Parties call for swift dialogue with gov’t

Two opposition political parties, which took part in last year's elections, requested the government to handle the recent unrest in different parts of the Oromia Regional State and other parts of the country through proper dialogue and employ all the necessary peaceful mechanisms. The parties also condemned the way the government handled the problem.

Ethiopia warns Eritrea over mass abduction

The Ethiopian government has vowed to take what it said will be “appropriate measures” against Eritrea on the aftermath of the abduction of some 85 Ethiopians by the Red Sea State.

Constitutional loyalty: Is it a must for the judiciary?

Two weeks ago, the House of Peoples' Representatives (HPR) passed a landmark decision to dismiss three judges, one from the Federal First Instance Court and two from the Federal High Court, for an alleged breach of the code of conduct for judges.
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Parliament expected to appoint new Supreme Court president

The Houses of Peoples' Representatives (HPR) is expected to elect a new Supreme Court president to replace the outgoing Tegene Getaneh, who resigned from his post citing health problems that render him unable to carry out his duties.
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