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It is stated that 21 hearings have been organized in which only electoral matters will be decided

Following the election, a panel of witnesses was convened to discuss the draft rules for special court proceedings.

It is known that courts are being set up to deal with the debates that will take place following the 6th national election this year.

The House of Peoples' Representatives has held a panel discussion on Procedure and Procedure No. 1/2013, which deals with electoral matters in court.

Tesfaye Nway, vice president of the Federal Court of First Instance and spokesperson for the federal courts, said the proclamation stipulates that complaints can be lodged with the court based on the decisions of the National Electoral Board, which oversees the country’s elections.

Following this, they said, a draft regulation has been drafted to allow for quick decision-making.

He said the draft regulation provides for a quick decision on disputes over voter and candidate registration, misconduct, voting and counting.

He said efforts are underway to establish a code of conduct that takes into account the speed and efficiency of the election process, as it is not possible to decide on the issue of elections in the current formal court proceedings.

He said the draft regulation is unconstitutional and the final decision of the courts on electoral disputes will be made.

Tesfaye also said that the courts will handle election debates on weekends as well as public holidays.

He also mentioned that the draft regulation also indicates the procedures to be followed during the litigation, response and evidence presentation process.

Top 10 Supreme Court Hearing Eleven hearings were also held under the Federal Court of First Instance.

According to ENA, additional hearings will be organized to determine the number and type of complaints to be lodged during the election process.

The chairman of the Houses Standing Committee on Law, Justice and Democracy, Abu Berki, urged the issues to be included in the Code of Procedure and Evidence as soon as possible and submitted to the House for approval.

In another news,
According to social media users, the photos of Oromo political prisoners who have been on hunger strike for 40 days have been leaked. The leaked photos of Bekele Gerba, Jawar Mohammed and Hamza Borena have become a hot topic on social media.

Dr. Awal Alo, a former law professor at Kell University in the United Kingdom and a human rights activist, said on his Facebook page that IT officials had told the West that the political prisoners had gone on hunger strike. He said the propaganda by government officials to legitimize the hunger strike by political prisoners while in prison was shocking.

Ethiopian Ambassador to the United States Fitsum Arega wrote a letter to US officials and members of parliament stating that Oromo political prisoners had gone on hunger strike. Bekele Gerba’s son, Samuel Bekele, said it was “outrageous” that we were shouting before the deaths of political prisoners, not because we were emotional, but because we knew the peoples plight. Other activists and social media users, for their part, praised Bekele Gerba, Jawar Mohammed, Hamza Borena and other Oromo political prisoners who are ready to sacrifice their lives for the cause. Oromo political prisoners have said that we are fighting to make any sacrifice for our cause, not to fill our stomachs. Bekele Gerba, Jawar Mohammed, Hamza Borena and others have staged a 40-day hunger strike after elders, artists, athletes, political leaders and other sections of the society called off the strike. The 40-day hunger strike by Oromo political prisoners in a hospital after a long mediation is a new record in Africa.

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