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Members of the European Parliament (MEPs) have criticize the European Union’s (EU) policy vis-à-vis Ethiopia arguing it is “falling a long way behind its own standards regarding human rights”. The deteriorating human rights situation, the killings of protesting Oromos and the country-wide six-month state of emergency declared on Sunday 9 October by the Ethiopian government were amongst the main issues raised by the MEPs during the meeting on Wednesday. According to a meeting by two EU committees – the Human Rights subcommittee and Development committee Members – there was the need to maintain dialogue with Ethiopia with good governance and human rights leading the subject of engagement. displayAdvert("mpu_3") .EP_HumanRights EP_Development MEPs denounced deteriorating Human Rights situation in #Ethiopia in debate this AM: https://t.co/f7QEuNFsL8— DROI Committee Press (@EP_HumanRights) October 12, 2016 MEPs expressed their concerns as regards the worsening human rights situation in Ethiopia during a debate with various experts and representatives from the European External Action Service (EEAS), the European Commission, and the Ethiopian Embassy. ‘“Maintain the dialogue with Ethiopia” is the priority said representatives of the EEAS adding that the good governance and human rights dialogue will be the first to be activated,’ a

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