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The National Election Board of Ethiopia passed the following decisions regarding the complaints made at the General Assembly that the Ethiopian Citizens for Social Justice (Ezema) held on July 2nd and 3rd, 2022

Zemenu Mola and six other members of the Ethiopian Citizens for Social Justice Party submitted written complaints on June 28, July 6, and July 12, 2022, regarding the party’s first General Assembly, held on July 2nd and 3rd, 2022. They informed the Board that there were various violations of the party's bylaw, and they submitted additional evidence that they said would help strengthen their appeal. On the other hand, Dessalen Bezabih and two others similarly submitted their written complaints.

However, the Board informed the complainants on August 24, 2022, that the violations stated to have been committed during the General Assembly should be submitted to the responsible law interpretation and enactment committee for a solution and should get a decision based on the bylaw of the party. The Board also informed the complainants that if their complaint is submitted to the committee and if a decision is made, they should notify the decision to the Board.

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