Zimbabwe: Time for Accountability
This report outlines the context in which human rights violations have been taking place in Zimbabwe and describes patterns of violations. It focuses on violations that took place after the 29 March 2008 elections, as well as human rights violations committed by two units within the Zimbabwe Republic Police in 2007. It sets out Zimbabwe’s obligations under international human rights law and makes a series of recommendations to the government, aimed at ending human rights violations and breaking the culture of impunity.
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