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The Federal First Instance Court has suspended the 10th General Assembly of the Addis Ababa Chamber of Commerce and Sectoral Associations (AACCSA), which was scheduled to take place on December 25 at the Addis Ababa Hilton Hotel.
The chamber who got into a dispute with United Insurance Share Company (UNIC), a member of AACCSA, during the 9th general assembly that was held a year ago was preparing to undertake the next General Assembly.
According to sources, the chamber has already spent hundreds of thousands of birr for the coming event.
The controversy between the two bodies occurred after the association declined to allow Zafu Eyesus Work Zafu, representative of the insurance company, board chairman and a dominant shareholder of UNIC, to attend the ninth general assembly at the Addis Ababa Hilton Hotel in December, 2013. The case has been seen by different courts and all the courts including the latest decision by Federal High Court’s 14th Civil Bench gave a final verdict in favor of the insurance company.
The court’s decision stated that the 9th General Assembly was illegal.
The chamber has appealed the case to Cassation Bench, as a last resort. The bench is the final stage of a legal procedure according to the country’s justice system.
Since the insurance firm won the legal battle it had been following the implementation process according to the latest court decision, which is similar with the lower court’s verdict, given late last month. To remain in compliance with that implementation process, on Wednesday December 17 the lower court suspended the coming general assembly.
Elias Genete, president of AACCSA, told Capital that the chamber has appealed the case to the Cassation Bench. The bench saw the case on Friday December 19 and has adjourned to resume for Monday December 20, according to Elias. However he declined to give further information.
Sources told Capital that AACCSA board held an extraordinary meeting at their head office late on Friday December 19 to talk about the issue.
Zafu Eyesus Work Zafu, who served the national chamber and AACCSA, told Capital that he does not have any information about the latest court measure. “I have information that we are following the implementation process of the previous court’s decision,” Zafu Eyesus said. “I am out of the city,” he added.
Teshome Beyene, who was one of the presidential nominees at the 9th general assembly and who was controversially disqualified from the nomination by the screening committee, told Capital that the association or the board has to consider and wait the final decision of the Cassation Bench about the 9th general assembly before they organize another general assembly.