In Addis Ababa, the ban on rent increases and evictions has been extended for the next three months.
Addis Ababa City Administration announced that the decision to ban rent and evict tenants has been extended for the next three months.
The administration said in a statement issued today that the decision is necessary to take into account the current situation in the country and the living conditions of Addis Ababa residents.
The decision was extended to save the country from the threat it poses to the country.
The Ministry of Revenue has announced plans to make up for lost revenue in the war-torn areas with other options.
State Minister for Revenue, Meseret Meskele, told The Reporter that there are various ways to compensate for the debt.
The Ministry of Revenue said it has collected 123.9 billion birr out of the 133 billion birr it planned to collect in the first four months of the fiscal year.
This shows that the plan is 92 percent complete, with a difference of 10 billion birr between the plan and the revenue collected.
The state minister said the ongoing war in the country will inevitably affect the revenue collection process.
The Kombolcha branch of the Revenue has been collecting revenue since mid-October, he said, adding that the performance in October is 45 percent.