Related Rule
Ethiopia
Practice Relating to Rule 129. The Act of Displacement
Ethiopia’s Penal Code (1957) punishes
whosoever, in time of war, armed conflict or occupation, organises, orders or engages in, against the civilian population and in violation of the rules of public international law and of international humanitarian conventions: … the compulsory movement or dispersion of the population, its systematic deportation, transfer. 
Ethiopia, Penal Code, 1957, Article 282(c); see also Article 281 (forcible transfer as a part of a genocide campaign).
Ethiopia’s Criminal Code (2004) states:
Article 270.- War Crimes against the Civilian Population.
Whoever, in time of war, armed conflict or occupation organizes, orders or engages in, against the civilian population and in violation of the rules of public international law and of international humanitarian conventions:
(c) the compulsory movement or dispersion of the population, its systematic deportation, transfer or detention in concentration camps or forced labour camps …
(l) … displacing … persons who, before the beginning of hostilities, were considered as stateless persons or refugees under the relevant international instruments or under the national legislation of the State of refuge or State of residence…
is punishable with rigorous imprisonment from five years to twenty-five years, or, in more serious cases, with life imprisonment or death. 
Ethiopia, Criminal Code, 2004, Article 270.
The Criminal Code of 2004 repealed Ethiopia’s Penal Code of 1957.