A two-day discussion named 'Addis Wog' commenced yesterday morning at the Sheraton Addis. The discussion, which is composed by the Office of the Prime Minister of Ethiopia, was gone to by President Sahle-work Zewde and bureau clergymen. The sessions of the discussion go for pondering the one-year-long voyage of changes, established in Ethiopia's financial and political history, the Office of the Prime Minister wrote in a post on Facebook. As per the Office, 'Addis Wog' intends to acquaint a novel methodology with trading thoughts and deferential culture of exchange. In her introductory statements, President Sahle-work said such sorts of stages would help share thoughts and assemble partners' contributions for policymaking. The President additionally featured the significance of building up the way of life of exchange to determine contrasts and conflicts.
The Census Commission, led by Deputy Prime Minister DemekeMekonnen, has deferred the much challenged Fourth National Housing and Population Census until such time that the worries raised around the Census are tended to, The Reporter has learned.
It was on a week ago, on March 16, that the Commission had at long last required an earnest gathering to settle on the destiny of the up and coming national statistics. "The gathering was called following a report from various provincial states about the difficulties looked in the dissemination of all the required registration materials to their separate locale and zones," sources from Central Statistical Agency (CSA), revealed to The Reporter.
In such a manner, authorities from the Southern Regional State answered to the government that given various conditions, especially security, it will be hard to lead the up and coming statistics in their area.
Following this, the legislature has requested the Agency to stop the conveyance of all the required statistics materials to the districts. Right now, Tigray is the main area which has taken a conveyance of the evaluation materials sent from the organization.
Likewise, the Agency requested all preparation materials appropriated to the areas to be gathered, pending the choice of the Commission on the new timetable.
In the wake of thinking about this, the Commission has chosen to push the Census date which was booked for the principal seven day stretch of April 2019.