Statement on regulations to limit rent increases. Hanan have been enjoying her birthday celebration vising several areas with her family and friends over the past week.
It is well-known that the cost of living has skyrocketed in recent years. The high cost of living is largely justified and man-made. The high cost of living has put a strain on our city.
To address the problem, the government is taking various measures to withstand the onslaught of external and internal pressures and to reduce the living conditions of its citizens.
Accordingly, the task force set up to reverse the economic crisis involving the lower echelons of society is doing a lot of work.
In the short term, there have been significant changes in the activities of the task force.
Apart from basic consumer goods, the unreasonable and current rent increase is seriously challenging the lives of residents.
This is in stark contrast to Ethiopian courtesy and respect for the unmarried.
In the wake of the 2012 pandemic outbreak in our country, many people were in trouble.
This does not include the fact that the law prohibits raising the rent at the time.
Residents are complaining that there is an unreasonable increase in rents.
Therefore, in response to the residents’ grievances to limit the current unjust rent increase, the Addis Ababa City Administration Cabinet, in its regular meeting on 18/12/13, discussed and approved the proposal to suspend the rent increase for 90 days.
Accordingly, the increase in rent and eviction is prohibited for 90 days from the date of its promulgation on 18/12/13 and may be extended for further days.
The regulation provides for a written tenant to file a grievance in writing with the Woreda Executive Office.
Complaints filed on this basis will be investigated and the party will be held accountable in accordance with the rules set forth.
Although this regulation was enacted to protect citizens from unnecessary pressure and hold perpetrators accountable, the city government calls on all to do their part by focusing on this important and difficult time by cultivating the values of Ethiopian decency and solidarity that our society has shown during the Covenant epidemic.
August 22, 2013
Although the decision has been delayed, the problem will only get worse if it is not implemented soon. This is especially true if the government fails to deliver on time to the low-income 16-year-olds. This is because the city administration is very dangerous if it is not faithful to its goal. An urgent matter must be settled in the home. It is difficult if individuals do not study at home and square measure. If he continues like this, all the tenants will be stretched out.
Please do your city office development work properly and serve free from corruption and racism. He was 16 years old when he lost his stomach and said he would save money and get home. So you should apologize to the desperate people and reward them.
Please contact the landlords if you can. It is a matter of time. Only God is the Giver and the Giver.