Negarit Gazeta proclamations folders Waajjirrii Abbaa Alangaa Godina Jimmaa Karraa websiitii ofiselawaatiin labsiilee Mottuummaa Fedeeraalaa lakk 1 (1988) kaasee hangaa labsii lakk 488 (1997) labsiilee woggaa kurnaan jalqabaa labsamaan fayilii zip folder kanaan isiniin gahee jiraa. biiliisaafii haala salphaadhaan bufachuun fayyadamaa
Negarit Gazeta proclamations folders jimmaa Zone Attorney offiicial website deliver to you the FDRE PROC from no 1 1996 488 2005 in 12 zipped folder. you can download it free almost 480 pdf in one place.
Jimmaa Zone Attorney Office is a Government Office to practice law located in Ethiopia, Oromia Regional State Jimma Zone. the office has been established by Oromia Regional State Proclamation No 2014/2011. the office has been established to practice law & to insure justice in the jurisdiction of jimmaa. while our primary practice area is criminal law and criminal justice our office also practice other filed of area like civil law litigation such as comercial law litigation (Insurance, banking share company & other related law
Seerri yakkaa qaama seeraa yakka ilaaludha. Amala akka balaa, miidhaa ykn karaa biraatiin qabeenya, fayyaa, nageenya fi nageenya naamusaa namoota biroo, ofii dabalatee balaadhaaf saaxilu jedhamee fudhatamu ibsa. Seerri yakkaa harki caalaan isaa seeraan kan hundeeffamu yoo ta’u, kana jechuun seerotni qaama seera baastuutiin kan ragga’an ta’uu isaati. Seerri yakkaa namoota seera cabsan adabbii fi deebisanii dhaabuu kan hammatudha. Waajjirri AA Godina Jimmas ol’aantummaa seeraa kabachiisuuf seera yakkaa biyyaafii naannoo kenyaa hojii irra olchaa.
A person who owns a vehicle apprehended transporting illegal coffee is punished by a fine of Birr 50,000 and an imprisonment of three to five years under Article 15(6) of the Federal Coffee Quality Control and Marketing Proclamation. The wording of the provision and different interpretation rules indicate that the crime is a strict or/and a vicarious criminal liability offence that punishes a person without the need for proving his guilty mind or guilty act. In practice, however, it is interpreted and applied inconsistently. Where some courts apply it as the direct meaning of the provision suggests, other courts penalize an owner of a vehicle apprehended transporting illegal coffee only where he carries out the illegal act personally. Furthermore, Article 23(6) of the Oromia Coffee Quality Control and Marketing Proclamation, which is intended to facilitate the implementation of the previous provision, conveys indefinite meanings as to the criminal responsibility of a person who owns a vehicle apprehended transporting illegal coffee. Hence, it further complicates the problem. Moreover, the provisions are encroaching on the fundamental human rights and the uniform application of the basic criminal principles in the country. In view of that, this article recommends that the Federal Legislature and Caffee Oromia should reconsider the criminal responsibility of a person who owns a vehicle apprehended transporting illegal coffee and reset the liability that goes with the spirit of the FDRE Constitution and the Criminal Code