Addis Ababa – Legal and administration affairs standing committee of the house of peoples’ representatives said the ministry of justice should implement Business Process Reengineering (BPR).
The ministry here on Wednesday presented its nine-month performance report to the committee.
State ministers of justice, Berhanu Tsegaye and Leul Kahssay said on the occasion that the ministry planned to apply BPR. However, it failed to do so due to various reasons.
The ministers said some of the reasons include that the selected work processes were not organized in such a way as to enable to implement BPR and because of resignation of some of the members of BPR team in charge of the required study work.
They said the ministry has carried out various activities such as drafting and enforcing laws.
The committee said the ministry should implement BPR until the coming main rainy season and strive to improve its financial execution, which it said was low during the reported period.
Concerning the rights of children and women the committee said the ministry should strive to meet the desired goal based on the experience drawn from South Africa.
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