Four years after the military installed a new government, the reform process has stalled. The number of political prisoners is on the rise with arrests of students, farmers, and community activists for peaceful protests. Parliamentary elections are scheduled for late 2015, but there are serious concerns about the fairness of the process. Approximately one million people have already been disenfranchised. Among those are stateless Rohingya Muslims, many of whom remain in squalid camps with limited government and international humanitarian support after being subjected to a government-assisted campaign of ethnic cleansing and crimes against humanity in 2012. Long-running armed conflict between the government and ethnic minority groups has displaced over 150,000, amid army abuses including sexual violence, forced labor, and use of child soldiers.