Zimbabwe: Terror tactics in the run-up to parliamentary elections, June 2000
In this report Amnesty International concludes that there is convincing evidence that the Government of Zimbabwe is either instigating or acquiescing in serious violations of human rights. There appears to be a deliberate and wellthought out plan of systematic human rights violations with a clear strategy, constituting state-sponsored terror in the run-up to the June elections.
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