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  • Declaration of State of Emergency

    BREAKING NEWS: The Federal Government Has Declared a State of Emergency. for those of you who don't have any idea about the state of emergency read this carefully. 
    Article 93
    Declaration of State of Emergency
    1. (a) The Council of Ministers of the Federal Government shall have the power to decree a state of emergency, should an external invasion, a break down of law and order which endangers the Constitutional order and which cannot be controlled by the regular law enforcement agencies and personnel, a natural disaster, or an epidemic occur.
    (b) Sate executives can decree a State-Wide state of emergency should a natural disaster or an epidemic occur. Particulars shall be determined in State Constitutions to be promulgated in conformity with this Constitution.
    2. A state of emergency declared in accordance with sub-Article 1(a) of this Article:
    (a)
    If declared when the House of Peoples’ Representatives is in session, the decree shall be submitted to the House within forty-eight hours of its declaration. The decree, if not approved by a two-thirds majority vote of members of the House of Peoples' Representatives, shall be repealed forthwith.
    (b)
    Subject to the required vote of approval set out in (a) of this sub-Article, the decree declaring a state of emergency when the House of
    Peoples’ Representatives is not in session shall be submitted to it within fifteen days of its adoption.
    3.
    A state of emergency decreed by the Council of Ministers, if approved by the House of Peoples’ Representatives, can remain in effect up to six months. The House of Peoples’ Representatives may, by a two-thirds majority vote, allow the state of emergency proclamation to be renewed every four months successively.
    4.
    (a) When a state of emergency is declared, the Council of Ministers shall, in accordance with regulations it issues, have all necessary power to protect the country’s peace and sovereignty, and to maintain public security, law and order.
    (b)
    The Council of Ministers shall have the power to suspend such political and democratic rights contained in this Constitution to the extent necessary to avert the conditions that required the declaration of a state of emergency.
    (c)
    In the exercise of its emergency powers the Council of Ministers can not, however, suspend or limit the rights provided for in Articles 1, 18, 25, and sub-Articles 1 and 2 of Article 39 of this Constitution.
    5.
    The House of Peoples’ Representatives, while declaring a state of emergency, shall simultaneously establish a State of Emergency Inquiry Board, comprising of seven persons to be chosen and assigned by the House from among its members and from legal experts.
    6.
    The State of Emergency Inquiry Board shall have the following powers and responsibilities:
    (a)
    To make public within one month the names of all individuals arrested on account of the state of emergency together with the reasons for their arrest.
    (b)
    To inspect and follow up that no measure taken during the state of emergency is inhumane.
    (c)
    To recommend to the Prime Minister or to the Council of Ministers corrective measures if it finds and case of inhumane treatment.
    (d)
    To ensure the prosecution of perpetrators of inhumane acts.
    (e)
    To submit its views to the House of Peoples’ Representatives on a request to extend the duration of the state of emergency.

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  • Ethiopia is preparing the implementation of state of emergency

    Declaration of State of Emergency
    1. (a) The Council of Ministers of the Federal Government shall have the power to decree a state of emergency, should an external invasion, a break down of law and order which endangers the Constitutional order and which cannot be controlled by the regular law enforcement agencies and personnel, a natural disaster, or an epidemic occur.
    (b) Sate executives can decree a State-Wide state of emergency should a natural disaster or an epidemic occur. Particulars shall be determined in State Constitutions to be promulgated in conformity with this Constitution.
    2. A state of emergency declared in accordance with sub-Article 1(a) of this Article:
    (a)
    If declared when the House of Peoples’ Representatives is in session, the decree shall be submitted to the House within forty-eight hours of its declaration. The decree, if not approved by a two-thirds majority vote of members of the House of Peoples' Representatives, shall be repealed forthwith.
    (b)
    Subject to the required vote of approval set out in (a) of this sub-Article, the decree declaring a state of emergency when the House of
    Peoples’ Representatives is not in session shall be submitted to it within fifteen days of its adoption.
    3.
    A state of emergency decreed by the Council of Ministers, if approved by the House of Peoples’ Representatives, can remain in effect up to six months. The House of Peoples’ Representatives may, by a two-thirds majority vote, allow the state of emergency proclamation to be renewed every four months successively.
    4.
    (a) When a state of emergency is declared, the Council of Ministers shall, in accordance with regulations it issues, have all necessary power to protect the country’s peace and sovereignty, and to maintain public security, law and order.
    (b)
    The Council of Ministers shall have the power to suspend such political and democratic rights contained in this Constitution to the extent necessary to avert the conditions that required the declaration of a state of emergency.
    (c)
    In the exercise of its emergency powers the Council of Ministers can not, however, suspend or limit the rights provided for in Articles 1, 18, 25, and sub-Articles 1 and 2 of Article 39 of this Constitution.
    5.
    The House of Peoples’ Representatives, while declaring a state of emergency, shall simultaneously establish a State of Emergency Inquiry Board, comprising of seven persons to be chosen and assigned by the House from among its members and from legal experts.
    6.
    The State of Emergency Inquiry Board shall have the following powers and responsibilities:
    (a)
    To make public within one month the names of all individuals arrested on account of the state of emergency together with the reasons for their arrest.
    (b)
    To inspect and follow up that no measure taken during the state of emergency is inhumane.
    (c)
    To recommend to the Prime Minister or to the Council of Ministers corrective measures if it finds and case of inhumane treatment.
    (d)
    To ensure the prosecution of perpetrators of inhumane acts.
    (e)
    To submit its views to the House of Peoples’ Representatives on a request to extend the duration of the state of emergency.

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  • BREAKING: mohammed al-amoudi is safe and alive

    The rich Ethio-Saudi biliniore who is the second richest man in Africa, Mohammed Al-Amoudi has died in London Early morning of Tuesday, local newspaper reports. 

    Mohammed Al-Amoudi was in London for medical treatment but unfortunately he passed on at 70. The cause of his death is not immediately known as his body has since been sent for autopsy.

    Mohammed Hussein Ali Al-Amoudi is a Saudi Arabian and Ethiopian billionaire businessman who, in 2016 had his net worth estimated at Forbes at $8.3 billion and a relative fall in net value was linked to the global fall in oil and gold prices at the time of estimation.

    He was also listed as Ethiopia's richest man, the second richest Saudi Arabian citizen in the world and the second richest black person in the world.

    Al Amoudi made his fortune in construction and real estate before branching out to buy oil refineries in Sweden and Morocco. He is the largest individual foreign investor in Ethiopia and a major investor in Sweden.

     Source: te1egraph.com

    this is what te1egraph.com wrote, and this website is fake and they try to trick people into believing they are the telegraph http://www.telegraph.co.uk as far as we know mohammed al-amoudi  is safe and alive 

     

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  • Amazing- See What Happened After this Ugly Black Boy Married this White girl

     

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    Do you know the real meaning of love?….if you dont mind then this photo tells you it all. Love isnt something you find, love is something that finds you.

    the boy is hot, melanin all the way… now i know why the say if you go black you’ll never go back…whoever calls him a beast the dont know what beauty is…that color isnt sold in market.but products for becoming whit is everywhere..get use to things money

    you can search throughout the entire universe for someone who is deserving of your love and affection than you are yourself, and that person is not to found anywhere.

    Interacial Relationships

    you yourself, a much as anybody in the entire universe deserve there love and affection .

    so we waste time looking for the perfect, instead of creating the perfect love.

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