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The state of emergency imposed by the Ethiopian government has measures that are in clear breach of international law, according to a legal analysis of the October 9 directive carried out by Human Rights Watch (HRW). HRW in a statement published on Monday (October 31) described the curfew rules as containing ‘overly broad and vague provisions that risk triggering a human rights crisis.’‘ “The implementing directive prescribes draconian restrictions on freedom of expression, association, and assembly that go far beyond what is permissible under international law and signal an increased militarized response to the situation,” the statement noted. displayAdvert("mpu_3") According to Felix Horne, senior researcher in Eritrea and Ethiopia, the sweeping powers handed the army under the law further limited the space for peaceful dissent. He added that HRW were concerned about the seeming ‘legalization’ of security crackdown. “Many of the abuses committed by security forces since November 2015 have now been codified under the state of emergency. “Trying to use the legal cover of a state of emergency as a pretext for the widespread suspension of rights not only violates the government’s international legal obligations, but will exacerbate tensions and long-term grievances, and risks plunging Ethiopia into a greater crisis

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