The Amhara Regional Council concluded with the approval of four judges and decisions

Addis Ababa, November 1, 2012 (FBC) The 14th regular session of the Amhara Regional State Council was finalized by the appointment of four judges serving in the Regional High Court for Debre Berhan’s permanent division.

Representatives of the Supreme Court, Abeye Kanyama, told the council that the appointments were made based on their educational background, work experience and competence.

Those who have been nominated for the judiciary are Mengistu Mengistu, Mr. Mahatma Seifu, Mr. Charitable Gebremadiad, and Mr. Sein Banner.

The suspects appeared before the regional council today and took an oath.

Seven members of the cabinet, who were approved yesterday by the head of state proclamation, Temesgen Tsehneh, have sworn in the regional council today.

According to ENA, members of the House of Federation are divided into members of the federation.

At the same time, the corporation decided to be accountable to the Regional Council for its 14th regular conference effort.

Amhara Seret, Chair of the Standing Committee on Legal and Administrative Affairs of the Regional Council, provided details of how the corporation was held accountable to the State Council.

In this regard, the corporation explained that it is a resource for the people of the region, that there is a lack of transparency and that it has created employment opportunities for 11,000 youths in the current situation.

According to him, the corporation is accountable to the regional council to create better jobs.

The members of the council, in turn, requested an explanation of the current situation and who was leading it.

He also emphasized that efforts should be clearly identified by the institutions, fixed and mobile assets.

Members of the House indicated that it is good to reorganize in an inclusive manner.

On the other hand, the corporation said that the total resources should be audited and made clear to the House.

The chief executive of the corporation, Dr Amlaku Asres, for his part said that the joint report will be presented at the next council meeting, which will be held in December.

The council also approved four proposals and a majority vote on the recommendation that the corporation be held accountable to the regional council.
Addis Ababa, November 1, 2012 (FBC) The 14th regular session of the Amhara Regional State Council was finalized by the appointment of four judges serving in the Regional High Court for Debre Berhan’s permanent division.

Representatives of the Supreme Court, Abeye Kanyama, told the council that the appointments were made based on their educational background, work experience and competence.

Those who have been nominated for the judiciary are Mengistu Mengistu, Mr. Mahatma Seifu, Mr. Charitable Gebremadiad, and Mr. Sein Banner.

The suspects appeared before the regional council today and took an oath.

Seven members of the cabinet, who were approved yesterday by the head of state proclamation, Temesgen Tsehneh, have sworn in the regional council today.

According to ENA, members of the House of Federation are divided into members of the federation.

At the same time, the corporation decided to be accountable to the Regional Council for its 14th regular conference effort.

Amhara Seret, Chair of the Standing Committee on Legal and Administrative Affairs of the Regional Council, provided details of how the corporation was held accountable to the State Council.

In this regard, the corporation explained that it is a resource for the people of the region, that there is a lack of transparency and that it has created employment opportunities for 11,000 youths in the current situation.

According to him, the corporation is accountable to the regional council to create better jobs.

The members of the council, in turn, requested an explanation of the current situation and who was leading it.

He also emphasized that efforts should be clearly identified by the institutions, fixed and mobile assets.

Members of the House indicated that it is good to reorganize in an inclusive manner.

On the other hand, the corporation said that the total resources should be audited and made clear to the House.

The chief executive of the corporation, Dr Amlaku Asres, for his part said that the joint report will be presented at the next council meeting, which will be held in December.

The council also approved four proposals and a majority vote on the recommendation that the corporation be held accountable to the regional council.
Addis Ababa, November 1, 2012 (FBC) The 14th regular session of the Amhara Regional State Council was finalized by the appointment of four judges serving in the Regional High Court for Debre Berhan’s permanent division.

Representatives of the Supreme Court, Abeye Kanyama, told the council that the appointments were made based on their educational background, work experience and competence.

Those who have been nominated for the judiciary are Mengistu Mengistu, Mr. Mahatma Seifu, Mr. Charitable Gebremadiad, and Mr. Sein Banner.

The suspects appeared before the regional council today and took an oath.

Seven members of the cabinet, who were approved yesterday by the head of state proclamation, Temesgen Tsehneh, have sworn in the regional council today.

According to ENA, members of the House of Federation are divided into members of the federation.

At the same time, the corporation decided to be accountable to the Regional Council for its 14th regular conference effort.

Amhara Seret, Chair of the Standing Committee on Legal and Administrative Affairs of the Regional Council, provided details of how the corporation was held accountable to the State Council.

In this regard, the corporation explained that it is a resource for the people of the region, that there is a lack of transparency and that it has created employment opportunities for 11,000 youths in the current situation.

According to him, the corporation is accountable to the regional council to create better jobs.

The members of the council, in turn, requested an explanation of the current situation and who was leading it.

He also emphasized that efforts should be clearly identified by the institutions, fixed and mobile assets.

Members of the House indicated that it is good to reorganize in an inclusive manner.

On the other hand, the corporation said that the total resources should be audited and made clear to the House.

The chief executive of the corporation, Dr Amlaku Asres, for his part said that the joint report will be presented at the next council meeting, which will be held in December.

The council also approved four proposals and a majority vote on the recommendation that the corporation be held accountable to the regional council.

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