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ወንዶች በወሲብ ላይ ቶሎ የሚጨርሱባቸው 10 ምክንያቶችና መፍትሄው

Ethiopia’s parliament will meet on Friday to decide whether or not to extend the state of emergency imposed since October last year. Originally imposed for a six-month period, the state of emergency is in its tenth month after it was extended by four months upon the first expiration in March 2017. The move was occasioned by spreading anti-government protests in the Oromia and Amhara regions of the East African country. A local news portal, the Addis Standard launched an appeal to MPs to end the state of emergency. displayAdvert("mpu_3") AS would like to call upon members of the parliament to end the current #StateofEmergency and return to the rule of law #Ethiopia #RuleOfLaw pic.twitter.com/erX4yhK0VA— Addis Standard (@addisstandard) July 31, 2017 Since January 2016 the human rights situation in Ethiopia has stagnated according to a Human Rights Watch reports which said security forces have killed more than 500 people during protests over the course of 2016. The government reported mass arrests of persons believed to be behind the protests, some have been released after training whiles others have been arraigned before the courts on offences of destroying private and public property. The Command Post administering the curfew has reported that
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