Proclaim of an emergency that confusing the people When is the emergency decree to be announced?
Article 93 - An Emergency Proclamation
A) In the event of a foreign invasion or a threat to the constitutional system and it is not possible to withstand the usual law enforcement system, in the event of any natural disaster or a public health disaster, the Federal Council of Ministers has the power to establish an emergency decree.
B) In the event of a natural disaster or an epidemic that threatens public safety, local governments may announce a state of emergency in their region. The list shall be determined by the constitutions that the states enact in accordance with this Constitution.
An emergency decree to be promulgated in accordance with sub-article (a) of this Article:
A) If the House of Peoples 'Representatives is announced during the action, it must be submitted to the House of Peoples' Representatives within forty-eight hours of the announcement. If the Proclamation is rejected by two thirds of the House of Peoples' Representatives, it will be repealed immediately.
B) Notwithstanding the aforementioned subsection (a) above, an emergency decree to be declared to the House of Peoples' Representatives shall be submitted to the House of Representatives within fifteen days of the proclamation.
An emergency decree issued by the Council of Ministers may last up to six months after the approval of the Council. In a two-thirds vote, the House of Peoples' Representatives can renew an emergency proclamation every four months.
A) When the state of emergency is declared, the Council of Ministers shall have the power to enforce national peace and security, public safety, law and order in accordance with the rules issued by the Council of Ministers.
(B) The authority of the Council of Ministers may, to the extent practicable, eliminate the fundamental political and democratic rights set out in the Constitution, as may be necessary to remove the cause of the proclamation.
C) The provisions of the Council of Ministers and the actions of the Council of Ministers shall not, in any case, limit the rights set out in Articles 1, 18, 25 and 39 of Articles 1 and 2 of this Constitution.
In the wake of the country's emergency proclamation, the House of Peoples' Representatives will establish a seven-member emergency proclamation board to select from its members and lawyers. The Board shall be established when the Proclamation is ratified by the House of Peoples' Representatives.
The Investigation Proclamation Board has the following powers and responsibilities:
A) make public the names of individuals detained within one month and state the reasons for their arrest.
B) To monitor and monitor that the measures taken during the emergency proclamation are inhumane.
C) Suggest that the Prime Minister or the Council of Ministers correct the action when any emergency decree is considered inhumane.
D) To bring to justice those who commit inhumane acts in a state of emergency.
E) submit to the House of Representatives a request for an emergency proclamation to proceed.
Ethiopia's emergency proclamation to control the outbreak of the Coronavirus epidemic
The Federal Attorney-General said in a detailed statement of the state of emergency, that the decision would be implemented nationwide and refrained from taking specific actions.
In his explanation, he declared that the Proclamation empowered "to impose sanctions and measures, in a flexible manner, rather than outlining specific and restrictive rights and actions."
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