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‘The Ethiopia Country Review Report’ completed
The African Peer Review Mechanism (APRM) formally launched ‘The Ethiopia Country Review Report’ at the National Palace on January 11, in the presence of Prime Minister Hailemariam Desalegn (pictured above).
The APRM which will be celebrating its 10th year anniversary on January 26, grew its membership portfolio to 31 countries, with already fifteen including Ethiopia successfully completing the self-assessment.
Ethiopia is commended for its comprehensive self-assessment exercise involving all stakeholders and for preparing the Country Self-Assessment Report (CSAR) as well as the National Programme of Action (NPoA) by the Country Review Mission.
“The report on Ethiopia that we are receiving today is part and parcel of the overall APRM process that has been undergoing in the continent, and we welcome it heartily,” said Hailemariam at the ceremony.
“After the launching of the Review Report, we look forward for Ethiopia to embark on preparing its Annual Progress Report that would be presented at a forthcoming APR Forum,” said Ambassador Ashraf Rashed, Lead Member of the APR Panel of Eminent Persons for Ethiopia during the formal launch of the report.
Launched in 2003 by the African Union (AU), APRM is a mutually agreed instrument voluntarily acceded to by the Member States of the AU as an African self-monitoring mechanism. The APRM is a bold, unique and innovative approach designed and implemented by Africans for Africa.
The mandate of the APRM is to encourage conformity in regard to political, economic and corporate governance values, codes and standards, among African countries and the objectives in socio-economic development within the New Partnership for Africa’s Development (NEPAD).
The APRM process is based on a “self-assessment” questionnaire developed by the APR Secretariat. It is divided into four sections: democracy and political governance, economic governance and management, corporate governance, and socio-economic development