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Days after a warning by Prime Minister Hailemariam Desalegn, who told lawmakers that Ethiopia will take measures to punish the Eritrean government if it feels provoked, the Federal Police Commission announced that it killed 30 armed people who tried to illegally enter the country’s territory from Eritrea.
Ethiopian forces have taken measures against the forces that are believed to be trained and supported by Eritrea. Some of them have reportedly been arrested.
Prime Minister Hailemariam Desalegn said that the Ethiopian government gave an ultimatum to the Eritrean regime that he claimed had dishonored his government during his speech addressing the last session of the parliamentary gathering.
He said that the government shall take appropriate measures if the Eritrean government continues destabilizing the region.
“The Eritrean government has continued with its hostile behavior. This behavior will not be tolerated and if it continues, we won’t have other options but take the appropriate measure,” the premier said.
The prime minister briefed parliament on the ongoing mega projects the government handles. He conceded with criticism that the Addis Ababa Light Rail Transit project, is far behind schedule.
He also recalled that some of the city dwellers, who registered in the housing scheme, have overstated their income. He advised residents to shift to one of the 10/90, 20/80 and 40/60 schemes that matches their income.
The Addis Ababa City Administration had disclosed that the price of the houses shall be revised based on the current market price.
Hailemariam said that the price of condominium houses is still very moderate. He said that the houses that were transferred to winners are worth 16 billion birr, and the government covered almost half of the cost. “We are subsidizing the project,” he said. About three months ago, the city administration had transferred 35,000 houses to lucky winners.
Regarding the 2015/16 budget allocation, the prime minister said that if the budget deficit does not exceed three percent of the GDP, it will not be a cause for inflation. He said, the current budget deficit is less than two percent of the GDP.
On the same day, the parliament approved 223.3 billion birr budget for the 2015/16 fiscal year, which is higher by 36.8 billion birr or 20 percent compared with the budget allocated for 2014/15. The budget deficit is 27.6 billion birr or 1.8 percent of the GDP.
Hailemariam said that the government will give priority to provide land based on the master plan. He said that errors were observed in land appropriation. ”The problem occurred as the land regulator and provider is a similar body, but, based on experiences drawn from other countries, the two bodies will be dissected into two separate entities of land management, who will be responsible to look after land supply, and an enterprise that will provide land based on the master plan,” the prime minister said.
He recalled that the master plan recommends the establishment of parking lots in the capital city. Lack of adequate parking lots is the major constraint in Addis Ababa that creates traffic jam.
He said that in the coming year about 60 plots will be identified for parking lots that will be constructed by the private investors.