The Administrative Boundary and Identity Commission has faced challenges ever since parliament passed the draft. Much of the controversy arose as claims that the commission's establishment contradicts the constitution. After thorough deliberation, in the 24th regular meeting that was held this week, the parliament appointed forty-one members for the commission. The list comprises of individuals who have contributed to the country in many aspects from political leaders to intellectuals. However, founder and president of Ye Ethiopia Party (ERaPa) Ato Teshale Sebro doesn’t believe that the list isn’t inclusive. In an interview with Mereja TV, Ato Teshale explains how the nominations should have been done. It is to remember that the House of Peoples’ Representatives has been evaluating the commission and gained approval from members. The commission will be solving issues related to self-administration, identity questions, and other similar issues. It is known that conflicts have been occurring among peoples of Ethiopia for years because of different societal and political reasons.