detention centre, beyond the four months allowed by the Anti-Terrorism Proclamation (ATP under which they were charged on 7 September. On 16 June, Medrek member Taddesse Abreha was accosted on his way home in the Western Tigrai zone by three unknown people who attempted to strangle him. And yet the world's politicians have miserably failed to protect those in greatest need. The opposition Semayawi Party reported that the National Election Board of Ethiopia (nebe) refused to register over half of its proposed candidates for the House of Peoples' Representatives: of 400 candidates, only 139 were able to stand for election. Amnesty International stands ready to engage with and work with the Government and the HPR to support the improvement of the human rights situation in Ethiopia. Amnesty is on record to have documented widespread abuse during the last SOE that was imposed in October 2016 at the height of the Oromo protests. A few days before his death he had published an article in his party's newspaper, Negere Ethiopia, criticizing the behaviour of local authorities, police and other security officials.
Below is the full letter: Reference: TG AFR.2018.002, members of the House of Peoples Representatives (HPR). When some demonstrators shouted slogans during the rally, police used excessive force, including tear gas and beatings, to disperse the crowd, which escalated the situation to clashes between protesters and police. Torture and other ill-treatment were common.
Ethiopia 2017/ 2018, amnesty, international
Ethiopia, what a disappointment!
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June 17, 2018 Report, israel: African asylum-seeker deportations and voluntary transfers are forced and illegal. Federal Democratic Republic of Ethiopia (fdre). Over 500 members of Medrek were arrested at various polling stations in Oromia region on 24 and 25 May. I am writing this open letter to you at this critical time in Ethiopia when you are about to deliberate and vote on the boro släpvagn myndigheterna fortfarande State of Emergency Proclamation which the Council of Ministers of the Federal Democratic Republic of Ethiopia passed on 16 February 2018. The Constitution of the country requires all of you to be governed by the Constitution, the will of the people, and your conscience. In deliberating on this state of emergency proclamation, it is essential that you pay full account to the human rights of the people of Ethiopia. Some aspects of the current state of emergency proclamation tabled before you violate international human rights law obligations that Ethiopia is bound to respect. In particular, in deliberating on this Proclamation it is essential that you pay full account to the human rights of the people of Ethiopia. Article 54(4) of the Federal Democratic Republic of Ethiopias Constitution requires all of you to be governed by the Constitution, the will of the people, and your conscience. Federal Democratic Republic of Ethiopia, head of state: Mulatu Teshome Wirtu, head of government: Hailemariam Desalegn.
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