According to Ethiopian calendar, a year of 365 days divided by 12 months equals 30 days and remainder 5, and  366days divided by 12 months equals 30 days and remainder 6. The remainder 5 or 6 is called Pagume.

But the problem is that there is neither factor income nor income tax revenue during Pagume in Ethiopia.

The comparative analysis of time revealed that there are two solar calendar months. They are called the Ethiopian calendar months and the Gregorian calendar months.
But both use of Ethiopian calendar only in Ethiopia and the Gregorian calendar in the tropics are unrealistic. So that the Ethiopian calendar of the tropics and the Gregorian calendar of the temperates must serve their natural and scientific purposes.

 

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