The result of the revision of the media laws that many activists did not maintain
Unresolved access to information and the media is one of the long-standing issues that have long been debated.
Many scholars and their books have documented that the media, like the Fourth Kingdom government, has been scuttaged, manipulated, persecuted, and manipulated by the media for many years.
In the year 1995, It is no wonder that proclamations, laws and regulations that have been implemented have been promulgated in many cases as a major cause of persecution and mass media violations, despite the promulgation of proclamations promulgated by censorship and the media.
Among the complaints and allegations that the government is experiencing at various international courts, the EPRDF is a blatant crackdown on dissent and the rule of law.
Even though the government has argued and promulgated laws and proclamations that are in the best of its kind, journalists, politicians, and human rights defenders have been remembered by the fact that journalists, politicians, and human rights defenders are plotting to defuse the debate.
Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed, who took office last year by the ruling eldest leader of the ruling EPRDF and Prime Minister of the country, said he hoped that the government would work to improve and revitalize laws that had been implemented in the country to help improve and revitalize laws in the country. They give them responsibilities.
Various works are underway to review and improve the laws and prosecutions, such as the Anti-Terrorism, Media and Information Freedom, Civil Society Organizations, the NEBE, and the NEBE, and the entire task is underway with the Justice and Legal Affair Council.
One of the founders of the Justice and Legal Affair Advisory Council, which started six months ago, is the study group of the mass media. At the start of the study group, there were ten members, but in the process, 15 members of the study team were involved in the activities of the group.
The research team, for its purposes, states: “Amendments and revisions to laws that respect the rights of freedom of expression and the freedom of press, the constitution and the international treaties,” states the Attorney General of the State Gideon Timetos.
Details of the activities conducted over the past six months on Saturday, March 7, 2011 Made public. The coordinator of the study team, Solomon Goshu, and member of the research team, Getachew Mulugeta, discussed the issues that had to be identified and progressed in the process.
On Saturday, at a ceremony in Elite Hotel, although the study team was organized and provided with detailed information and explanations, it was not enough to say the number of spectators in the industry.
To that end, Gideon Timothy (Stooge) asked stakeholders to give priority to the issue and to provide input.
“The long-term, experienced, experienced, and talented person in this sector is a great opportunity to bring about positive change in the field, so if you miss this opportunity as a nation, you will not participate in the discussion, No, we do not respect our rights, etc., “he added.
The researcher has made a detailed presentation of the methodology and processes of the study, which was presented by Mr. Solomono and Mr. Kiguel Mulugeta on the purpose and methodology of the study, the methodology, the relevant laws and various databases (national from international).
Next, they explained the role of the media. In this way, the media plays a vital role in the media’s ability to express freedom of expression, to play a vital role in the development of democracy and society, to play a major role in the political, social and economic development of a country, to create consensus in national issues, and to fully enjoy the rights of their peoples and interests. Ato Solomon, who has been a journalist and has been a journalist for over a decade, has been involved in helping to ensure transparency.
Accordingly, Ethiopia is committed to establishing a legal framework that will fully ensure freedom of expression in accordance with Article 29 of the Constitution and Article 29 of the Constitution, which is the result of the study conducted over the past six months.
In this context, it is important to understand that freedom of speech, freedom of expression, open and transparent society, the role of media in good governance and human rights, economic and social development, the strengthening of the media with the public, and the enactment of laws and regulations The research team learned that they are the core principles.
As a result, the research team working on these principles has been able to see the problems encountered in the Ethiopian media, based on these computations, he added. In this respect, the major problems of the study group are the absence of an independent policy framework, the relationship between the state and the government, the negative attitude of the government in the media, the repressive and controlling legal frameworks and practices, especially the media, as a destructive, media and media outlining. Influence, intimidation, imprisonment, persecution,