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About Downfall of the Dergue
Downfall of the Dergue is celebrated on May 28th of each year in Ethiopia. It is a national holiday of Ethiopia. The commemorate the day the Ethiopian Peoples Revolutionary Democratic Front took over Addis Ababa on the 28 May 1991. There are parades and popular demonstrations in major towns. Between 1974 and 1991 the military killed tens of thousands during indiscriminate campaigns against “dissident” ethnic groups in rural areas. The Dergue also bore large responsibility for exacerbating and perpetuating the famine that killed an estimated one million persons during the mid-1980s. According to Amnesty International, the Dergue compiled one of the worst records of human rights abuses in recent history during its seventeen years in power.
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