Article 101-106 Ethiopian Constitution 1994

Article 101-106 Ethiopian Constitution 1994

Article 101, 102, 103, 104, 105 and 106 of the Constitution of Ethiopia 1994, among others, are under Chapter eleven of the Act. Chapter eleven is titled Miscellaneous Provisions.

Article 101 Ethiopian Constitution 1994

The Auditor General

1. The Auditor General shall, upon recommendation of the Prime Minister be appointed by the House of Peoples’ Representatives.

2. The Auditor General shall audit and inspect the accounts of ministries and other agencies of the Federal Government to ensure that expenditures are properly made for activities: carried out during the fiscal year and in accordance with the approved allocations. and submit his reports thereon to the House of Peoples’ Representatives.

See also  Article 78-84 Ethiopian Constitution 1994

3. The Auditor General shall draw up and submit for approval to the House of Peoples’ Representatives his office s annual budget.

4. The details of functions of the Auditor General shall be determined by law.

Article 102 Ethiopian Constitution 1994

Election Board

1. There shall be established a National Election Board independent of any influence, to conduct in an impartial manner free and fair election in Federal and State constituencies.

2. Members of the Board shall be appointed by the House of Peoples’ Representatives upon recommendation of the Prime Minister. Particulars shall be determined by law.

Article 103 Ethiopian Constitution 1994

Population Census Commission

1. There shall be established a National Census Commission that shall conduct a population census periodically.

2. Members of the National Census Commission shall be appointed by the House of Peoples’ Representatives upon recommendation of the Prime Minister.

3. The Commission shall have a Secretary General and necessary professional and Support staff.

4. The annual budget of the Commission shall be submitted for approval to the House of Peoples’ Representatives.

5. A national population census shall be conducted every ten years. The House of the Federation shall determine the boundaries of constituencies on the basis of the census results and a proposal submitted to the House by the National Election Board.

6. The Commission shall be accountable to the House of Peoples’ Representatives. It shall submit to the House periodic reports on the conduct of its programmes and activities.

Article 104 Ethiopian Constitution 1994

Initiation of Amendments

Any proposal for constitutional amendment, if supported by a two-thirds majority vote in the House of Peoples’ Representatives, or by a two-thirds majority vote in the House of the Federation or when one-third of the State Councils of the member States of the Federation, by a majority vote in each Council have supported it, shall be submitted for discussion and decision to the general public and to those whom the amendment of the Constitution concerns.

See also  Article 29-37 Ethiopian Constitution 1994

Article 105 Ethiopian Constitution 1994

Amendment of the Constitution

1. All rights and freedoms specified in Chapter Three of this Constitution, this very Article, and Article 104 can be amended only in the following manner:
(a) When all State Councils, by a majority vote, approve the proposed amendment;
(b) When the House of Peoples’ Representatives. by a two-thirds majority vote, approves the proposed amendment; and
(c) when the House of the Federation, by a two-thirds majority vote, approves the proposed amendment.

2. All provisions of this Constitution other than those specified in sub-Article 1 of this Article can be amended only in the following manner:
(a) When the House of Peoples’ Representatives and the House of the Federation, in a joint session, approve a proposed amendment by a two-thirds majority vote; and
(b) When two-thirds of the Councils of the member States of the Federation approve the proposed amendment by majority votes.

Article 106 Ethiopian Constitution 1994

The Version with Final Legal Authority

The Amharic version of this Constitution shall have final legal authority.


See alsoArticle 93-100 Ethiopian Constitution 1994 

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