NISS, discolored by politically persuaded captures, unlawful killings, torment and different maltreatment of social equality especially of writers and individuals from resistance groups has opened its entryways on Monday, enabling back access to columnists and a group of MPs, doing a parliamentary oversight, without precedent for around three decades.
The Reporter was the main private media welcomed among a couple of states and associated media associations to go to the parliamentary oversight held at NISS's base camp found neighboring the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
Demelash Gebremichael, who is named a year ago as Director-General of NISS showed up on Monday morning to respect the MPs headed by Tesfaye Daba, executive of the Foreign Relations and Peace Affairs Standing Committee of the Parliament.
In the wake of having a shut entryway session with individuals from the board of trustees, the Director-General Demelash and Tesfaye mutually gave a question and answer session for the writers that have been hanging tight for them for a few hours in the cutting edge fabricating that is facilitating the fundamental workplaces of the Ethiopian government operative office.
Demelash has divulged the fundamental change exercises he has been attempted to rebrand and rebuild the knowledge office. With an end goal to rebrand the foundation, NISS will have another name—the National Intelligence Center (NIC) — just as another logo, Dembelash said.
Going into the benefits of the rebuilding, Dembelash discussed a draft law, at present under investigation in the Council of Ministers, which is relied upon to allude it to the House People's Representatives where it will be endorsed.