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Voters waiting at a polling station in Beshasha in central Ethiopia. Opposition groups have accused Ethiopia’s ruling party of harassment, manipulation and threats of violence. [Tiksa Negeri/Reuters]
A voter casts his ballot at a polling station in Beshasha. Some prominent opposition parties are boycotting the election. [Tiksa Negeri/Reuters]
Abiy’s governing Prosperity Party, formed in 2019 by merging the groups that comprised the previous ruling coalition, is widely expected to cement its hold on power. [Tiksa Negeri/Reuters]
Staffers from the National Election Board of Ethiopia at a polling station during the Ethiopian parliamentary and regional elections, in Beshasha. The party that wins a majority of seats in the House of Peoples’ Representatives will form the next government. [Tiksa Negeri/Reuters]
Visually impaired voters cast their ballots at a polling station in Addis Ababa. Abiy said last week the vote would be the "first attempt at free and fair elections" in Ethiopia, whose rapidly growing economy was hit hard by conflict and the COVID-19 pandemic. [Baz Ratner/Reuters]
Ethiopians cast their votes in the general election at a polling centre in the capital. [Ben Curtis/AP Photo]
A member of the Amhara Special Forces guards a polling station as voting material is distributed, in the city of Bahir Dar. [Eduardo Soteras/AFP]