The Federal Ethics and fight against corruption (FEACC) set a cut-off time for the leaders of the sub-areas and urban woredas in the city of Addis Ababa to register their benefits.
As indicated by the Commission, who have recorded their wealth not yet been given a five-day break time from yesterday and a fine of 1,000 birr. This was discovered during an interview held yesterday with summits of all 10 suburban communities of Addis Ababa.
Wodo Ato, Assistant Commissioner of the Commission on Ethics and fight against corruption said head Bole, Addis Ketema Arada and suburban communities are not yet registered their benefits. He said the three sub-urban areas vertices are required to register their wealth between September 28 and October 2, 2020, and pay a fine of 1,000 birr.
As stated by the Deputy Commissioner, people who fail to meet their obligations given by the break time will deal with the indictments of debasement. About 30 leaders from the suburban communities participated in the previous conversation, the Commission said in its Facebook page.