Zimbabwe: A five point human rights agenda for the inclusive government
As the political parties in Zimbabwe set up an inclusive government, Amnesty International is calling on the new government to place human rights at the top of its agenda. Amnesty International is concerned about the role played by the security forces in silencing perceived political opponents. The organization is also concerned about the deteriorating economic and social conditions in Zimbabwe. Amnesty International is therefore calling on the government to implement a clear agenda for human rights which includes the five points explained further in this document.
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