Civics and Ethical Education - Grade 12 -2023 G.C

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HAMLIE, 2015 E.C JULY 2023 G.C

1. Among the following one is a major feature of autocratic governments. Which one?

  1. Exercising unlimited power
  2. Protection of human rights and freedom.
  3. The absence of written constitution
  4. The prevalence of the rule of law.

2. The tendency to promote an ethnocentric point of view affects cultural equality and weakens the unity of a country, if it

  1. fails to consider the cultural and religious practices of others.
  2. views any particular sets of customs, norms and values as relative.
  3. creates a common economic and political space.
  4. promotes the common interest that is in conflict with the personal.

3. How the federal principle in Ethiopia devolves power between the regional state and the federal?

  1. There exists nominal devolution of power not the actual one.
  2. The federal government has devolved power to the regional states.
  3. Regional states and the federal government have no properly defined power sharing schemes.
  4. The federal principle exists on paper not reality in the world.

4. The basic necessity behind the promulgation and compliance of tax law is

  1. monitoring the fair collection of tax to maintain income equality
  2. alleviating poverty and bringing inclusive development.
  3. to control the private sector from tax evasion and fraud.
  4. assisting government projects to become planned and executed.

We have provided these questions from previous years grade 12 Ethiopian Secondary School Leaving Certificate Examination (ESSLCE) exams with the sole purpose of assisting students in their studies and preparations for upcoming exams. Please be aware that these questions are not indicative of future exam content. Good luck with your studies!

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