Uphold freedoms during the elections says Amnesty

This report highlights human rights concerns that need to be addressed by the Government of National Unity (GNU), political parties in Zimbabwe, the Southern Africa Development Community and the African Union in the run up to the 2013 harmonized elections. It is based on interviews with human rights defenders, political activists, and victims of human rights violations and government officials which were conducted in the first half of 2013. It also incorporates human rights monitoring and documentation conducted by Amnesty International since September 2008 to date. Amnesty International has conducted 15 trips to Zimbabwe since September 2008 including a visit to the country by the organization’s Secretary General in June 2009 soon after the GNU was set up. Read more: Walk the Talk AFR 46.009.2013 final

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