Zimbabwe: Moving from words to action
In this memorandum Amnesty International assesses the human rights situation in Zimbabwe since the creation of an Inclusive Government in February 2009. Amnesty International is concerned about on-going blatant violations of human rights including continued harassment and intimidation of human rights and political activists, journalists and lawyers. Zimbabwean police continue to arrest, assault and charge people for exercising their internationally guaranteed rights to peaceful assembly, freedoms of association and expression. Impunity, enforced disappearances, the death penalty and violation of economic, social and cultural rights are also areas of concern considered in this document.
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