Daily Archives: September 5, 2020

Ethiopian Dam Negotiations Must Revolve around DoP, Says Aberdeen University Law Professor

Addis Ababa:  The Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam negotiations must revolve around the Declaration of Principles (DoP) for the interest of Ethiopia and concerns of Egypt and Sudan, and to reach an agreement based on acceptable legal principle of international law, Aberdeen University Law School Professor Zeray Yihdego said. According to the law professor, the overarching

UNESCO Water Cooperation Chair Advises Nation Not to Lose Good Will of Int’l Community in Nile Dev’t

Addis Ababa:  Ethiopia has to maintain the good relations and act responsibly not to lose the good will of the international community, including the U.S., for its future developments in the Blue Nile River and beyond GERD, UNESCO International Water Cooperation Chair Ashok Swain said. According to him, Ethiopia shouldn’t really ignore the U.S., but

House Committee Proposes Tigray Regional Election to be Declared Null and Void

Addis Abeba  : Standing Committee of the House of Federation (HoF) proposed to the HoF today to reject the planned election in Tigray Regional State and declare it null and void as the act endangers the constitution. The extraordinary meeting of the House of Federation is underway here in the capital city. Secretary of the

HoF Votes Unanimously to Reject Tigray Election

Addis Ababa: The House of Federation has rejected today the election scheduled to take place next week in Tigray Regional State. In its extraordinary meeting convened today, the House noted that the election proclamation no. 351/2012 issued by the regional state and the establishment of election commission  violates the constitution. Since the resolutions passed and activities