Article 13 Ethiopian Constitution 1994

Article 13 Ethiopian Constitution 1994

Article 13 of the Constitution of Ethiopia 1994 is under Chapter Three of the Act. Chapter Three is titled Fundamental Rights and Freedoms.

1. All Federal and State legislative, executive and judicial organs at all levels shall have the responsibility and duty to respect and enforce the provisions of this Chapter.

2. The fundamental rights and freedoms specified in this Chapter shall be interpreted in a manner conforming to the principles of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, International Covenants on Human Rights and International instruments adopted by Ethiopia.


See also:

Article 9 Ethiopian Constitution 1994 (Supremacy of the Constitution)

Article 8-12 Ethiopian Constitution 1994

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