Furthermore, the constitutional practices for young people under the rule of law are vital. Though, constitutional democracy is subjected to discuss in clear setting. It does not necessarily follow from this, but, that constitutional democracy under the rule of law is always crucial or the best alternative. In some cases, constitutional democracy could be desirable manner. For example, in a close joined homogeneous society like Ethiopia that is deeply religious and ruled by esteemed leaders who are widely believed to have direct access to divine commands, a theocracy would plainly seem more appropriate than a constitutional democracy. In such a society, instructions and directions imparted by the religious leaders would be paramount, leaving little, if any, room for the rule of law. Therefore, the youth consultation on the 2
annual high level dialogue on democracy recognized the work and experiences of AU countries in rule of law, and constitutionalism. In the responsiveness of netting and understanding in greater detail the contributions and lessons of the rule of law and constitutional governance”.
The Current Scenario of Ethiopia
The Government of the Federal Democratic Republic of Ethiopia (FDRE) has undertaken measures that enable youth to be citizens with democratic outlook, professional competence, skill and ethics so that they can actively, efficiently and widely participate in and benefit from the country's ongoing activities that are aimed at attaining a democratic system and accelerated development. To this effect, the Government was established in such a way as to follow-up, direct and co-ordinate youth affairs at highest government structure level. Besides, the government believed that the active participation of all segments of the youth is an important element to bring about accelerated political, economic, social and cultural development of the country. Since the youth are not only receptive to new ideas but also have the potential capacity for creativity and productivity, they can play a major role in all sectors of development. In order to translate their potential energies and capabilities into fruitful action, however, they need favorable environment. If these conditions are not satisfied, they can immediately fall into the depth of desperation, neglect everything and can become passive observers of the activities undertaken in the society. Not only that, they will also be exposed to social evils. Fully cognizant of this, the government of Ethiopia has given special attention to addressing youth issues.