One of the Achilles’ heels of the public sector in Ethiopia is lack of transparency in its conduct.
One of the critical factors determining the success or failure of the May national elections is the ability of all contesting parties to present freely their policy alternatives to the public. Elections in developed
The 1994 constitution of the Federal Democratic Republic of Ethiopia provides in its fundamental rights and freedoms section, specifically under Article 21, the following regarding the rights of persons held in custody and convicted prisoners:
Democracy has been for centuries the preferred mode of establishing a government for it promotes the free expression of ideas, the amicable resolution of disputes and respect for the rights of everyone.