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On September 5, the government certified the results of the May 15 national parliamentary elections, in which the EPRDF won a third consecutive five-year term.Domestic and international observers reported that polling throughout the country was generally credible, although irregularities and intimidation of voters and election observers marred polling in many areas.Home » Under Secretary for Civilian Security, Democracy, and Human Rights » Bureau of Democracy, Human Rights, and Labor » Releases » Human Rights Reports » 2005 Country Reports on Human Rights Practices » Africa » Ethiopia Ethiopia continued its transition from a unitary to a federal system of government, under the leadership of Prime Minister Meles Zenawi and the ruling Ethiopian People's Revolutionary Democratic Front (EPRDF) coalition.The country's population was approximately 74 million.The following human rights problems were reported: • limitation on citizens' right to change their government • unlawful killings, including alleged political killings, and beating, abuse, and mistreatment of detainees and opposition supporters by security forces • poor prison conditions • arbitrary arrest and detention of thousands of persons, particularly those suspected of sympathizing with or being members of the opposition • detention of thousands without charge, and lengthy pretrial detention • government infringement on citizens' privacy rights, and frequent refusal to follow the law regarding search warrants • government restrictions on freedom of the press; arrest, detention, and harassment of journalists for publishing articles critical of the government; self‑censorship by journalists • government restrictions on freedom of assembly including denial of permits, burdensome preconditions or refusal to provide assembly halls to opposition political groups, and at times use of excessive force to disperse demonstrations • government limitations on freedom of association • violence and societal discrimination against women, and abuse of children • female genital mutilation (FGM) • exploitation of children for economic and sexual purposes • trafficking in persons • societal discrimination against persons with disabilities, and discrimination against religious and ethnic minorities • government interference in union activities Section 1 Respect for the Integrity of the Person, Including Freedom From:a.Arbitrary or Unlawful Deprivation of Life During the year paramilitary groups committed unlawful killings, including political killings.In the period leading up to the May national elections, campaigning was open and debates were televised.The Carter Center described this period as credible and commendable.

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Authorities also imposed additional restrictions on civil liberties, including freedom of the press and freedom of assembly.The Ethiopian Human Rights Council (EHRCO) reported that from January to March armed militia killed several members of the opposition All-Ethiopia Unity Party/Coalition for Unity and Democracy (AEUP/CUD) in the Amhara Region.