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በሊቢያ በንፁሀን ኢትዮጵያውያን ስደተኞች በአይ ኤስ አይ ኤስ የሽብር ቡድን የደረሰውን የግፍ ተግባር
Tuesday, 21 April 2015 10:15

የሕዝብ ዕንባ ጠባቂ ተቋም በሊቢያ በንፁሀን ኢትዮጵያዊያን ላይ በአይ ኤስ አይ ኤስ  የተባለው የሽብር ቡድን የደረሰው አሰቃቂና ኢ-ሰብአዊ የጭፍጨፋ ድርጊት በማውገዝ የተሰማውን ጥልቅ ሀዘን ይገልጻል፡፡

የአሸባሪ ቡድኑ የፈፀመው አሰቃቂ ግድያ ዓለም በሥልጣኔ ጐዳና እየተጓዘች ባለችበት በዚህ ጊዜና የሰው ልጆች የሰብአዊና ዴሞክራሲያዊ መብቶችን ለማስከበር ደፋ ቀና እያለች ባለችበት ወቅት ይህን የመሰለ ኋላ ቀርና ኢ-ሰብአዊ ድርጊት የፈፀመ፣ ለሰው ልጆች ክብር የሌለው፣ የማንንም ኃይማኖት የማይወክል የሽብርና የጥፋት ኃይል ነው፡፡

በመሆኑም በዓለም አቀፍ ደረጃ በአሰቃቂ የወንጀል ድርጊቱ የሚታወቀው ይህ አሸባሪ ቡድን በንፁሃን ዜጐቻችን ላይ የፈፀመውን ኢ-ሰብአዊ ግድያ በጽኑ በመቃወም መንግስት አስቀድሞ የጀመረውን የፀረ ሽብር ትግል አጠናክሮ እንዲቀጥል በመጠየቅ ድጋፋችንን አጠናክረን እንቀጥላለን፡፡ የፀረ ሽብር ትግሉና መሰል የሰብአዊ መብት ጥሰቶች ለመንግሥት ብቻ የሚተው ሳይሆኑ ሁሉም ዜጋ የበኩሉን ሚና መወጣት ያለበት መሆኑን እናምናለን፣ በጽኑም ከዚህ ጐን እንሰለፋለን፡፡ በዜጐቻችን ላይ በደረሰው በዚህ ዘግናኝና አሰቃቂ ወንጀል ለሞቱት ኢትዮጵያውያን ወገኖቻችን ቤተሰቦችና ለመላው ሕዝባችን የተሰማንን ጥልቅ ሀዘን በመግለጽ መጽናናትን እንመኛለን፡፡

 
AOMA strives to strengthen Ombudsman Institutions in Africa,”
Friday, 03 April 2015 09:48

 

Chief Ombudsman of Ethiopia,

President of AOMA Fozia Amin

Republic of Chad Prime Minster Mr. Kazebet Pahimi Deubet  and  African Ombudsman and Mediators Association (AOMA) President   Chief Ombudsman  Ethiopian Institution of Ombudsman(EIO)  Fozia Amin     held talk       at the Prime Minister’s Office   about    the role of Ombudsman and mediators  institutions   in  Africa .

AOMA President and Chief Ombudsman of  EIO   Fozia Amin during  her  discussion with     Prime Minster of  Republic of  Chad  Mr. Kazebet Pahimi   said that Ethiopia, as a newly democratizing nation, has displayed a commendable political will  according  with a constitutional provision for the establishment of the National human right Commission and the Ombudsman Institution.

AOMA President and Chief Ombudsman of Ethiopia  also shared  the experiences  of Ethiopia  with the Prime Minster  of Chad  how  the country’s  Constitution    laid  a foundation  for  establishment   and independence  of Ethiopian Institution of the Ombudsman   from executive organ.

The president  of AOMA explained  about  that the establishment of a national ombudsman institution in Ethiopia is a breakthrough in terms of filling historical gaps and in providing a better and enhancing    of the promotion of good governance and protecting  rights of citizens  per the constitution

“ Institution of the Ombudsman is an independent institution that intervenes free of charge, at the request of citizens .It helps them to solve their disputes with the Regional and Federal administrative authorities and examines their complaints with impartiality,” said  Chief Ombudsman Fozia

Mrs. Fozia Amin with PM of Chad

She underscored that Ethiopian government strives in collaborating with African sisters and brothers including in participating AOMA to build a better and prosperous Africa where peace, stability, security, rule of law, human rights and good governance   shall prevail.

 

Chief Ombudsman Fozia Amin during her discussion with the Prime Minster she took an opportunity to explain about African Ombudsman and Mediators Association genesis and overall objectives, achievements and challenges.

Along with  the governing bodies  such as General Assembly , Executive Committee and Secretariat ,  AOMA Sub-regions, co-coordinating all activities of the Association within the six sub-regions: Northern Africa, West Africa, Central Africa, East Africa, Southern Africa and Indian Ocean  with a view   to decentralize  the activities of the Association and sub-regional  cooperation  should  be  further strengthen  and  their    respective  institutions  capacities enhanced  through experience  and knowledge sharing, said   Chief Ombudsman Fozia

Chief  Ombudsman Fozia Amin AOMA  objectives  are encourages the establishment, development and Promotion of African Ombudsman institution Further mutual support ,co-operation and Joint activity through information sharing ,training and development of Ombudsman and staff ,Promotes good governance –including the observance of human rights ,transparency and administrative justice  among others.

She recalled that AOMA-AUC Addis Ababa Declaration encourages that African governments to establish new or   enhancing the capacity of  existing public institutions that promote and support democracy and constitutional order in the continent.

AOMA president appreciated  Chadian government  to organize such big sub-regional forum with a bid to enhance the role  of  Mediator Institutions   so  as  to foster  political stability , peace , rule of law , human rights protection and  curbing maladministration in the region  and she urged  the Chad government  to provide  support  for   Chad’s mediator institution    thereby  the Institution  can be effective   as per  AU-AOMA  joint framework .

Prime Minster Mr. Kazebet Pahimi  during the meeting with AOMA president Chief Fozia Amin  said that Republic of Chad government  has  realized   the role of Mediator Institution it  serves as a vertical accountability mechanism  and bridging the gap  between the populace and the government, allowing members of the public to complain about government administration and have their concerns investigated, assessed and presented to the government as a critical feedback.

Prime Minster   Mr. Kazebet  noted that  the role of Ombudsman or Mediator  institution  has  a paramount  impact  in bridging the gap between community and government     and his government  would  strive  to build full-fledged mediator institution  that  is capable  of  entrenching   good governance  in the country  as well as  contributing peace building efforts in the sub-region.

Last Updated on Friday, 03 April 2015 10:22
 
AOMA’S CENTERAL AFRICA SUB-REGION COUNTRIES MEDIATORS HOLD MEETING IN CHAD
Friday, 03 April 2015 07:29

Prime Minster of Republic of Chad Mr.Kalzebet Phaimi Deubet in his keynote  speech on African Ombudsman and Mediators Association (AOMA) Central African countries sub-regional meeting  -which is   organized  by Mediator of  Chad   on March 30-31 /2015 in  Chad,  N’Djamena - said that  Ombudsman Institutions can play an important role as ‘communication bridge’ between government and community .

Ombudsman institutions in Africa, in their function as mediators between citizens and governments and play an important role in the promotion of open government, said prime minster KalzebetPhaimi

The prime minster further  said that Ombudsman Institutions, which can be a key vehicle to amplify citizen voice and make government open, inclusive and build governance in Africa.

The prime minster noted thatMediator/Ombudsman institutions, human right commissions and other oversight organizations   should be strengthen so that continental and sub-regions political stability, peace, security, rule of law and good governance further enhanced.

He also urged the central Africa countries should give a due attention to such institutions as they consolidate the ongoing democracy and development endeavors.

African Ombudsman and Mediators Association (AOMA) President and Chief Ombudsman of Ethiopian Institution of the Ombudsman Mrs Fozia Amin on her part said that AOMA is the only Africa-wide body that brings together offices, practitioners and scholars dedicated to advancing the development of ombudsman and related governance institutions in Africa.

Mrs. Fozia Amin

 

The aim of organizing AOMA in six sub region is to decentralize the activities of the Association and share information and knowledge with a due emphasis to their respective regions. Such structure is believed to enhance the capacity of ombudsman Institutions of Africa as they have almost common problems to tackle together, said the president.

She also noted that AOMA believes that where there are strong and vibrant Ombudsman and Human rights institutions, the public lodges their grievances through legal channels thereby constitutional democracy will be strengthen.

Mediator of Republic of Chad Mr. Bachar Ali Souleymane during his welcoming speech said that AOMA’s Central Africa sub-region meeting would help mediators of the sub-region to impart experiences from different countries particularly from Gabon and Burundi.

Mediator BacharAli also stressed on the importance of such sub regional meeting in enhancing the capacities of mediators to be strong and vibrant in protecting the rights and benefits of  citizens in the region.

Mrs. Nora Ben Yacoub United Nations Special Representative Secretary General of Peace & Security in central Africa on her part said United Nation’s main target is to see conflict free Africa and it will provide all necessary support   to bolster   the sub-region mediators/ombudsman institutions so that they should play their fair share in consolidating peace, stability and security in the region.

Last Updated on Friday, 03 April 2015 10:13
 
Keen Participation of Legal Bodies Said Crucial to Good Governance
Monday, 22 December 2014 07:05

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