The US government has condemned the brutality used by the Zimbabwe Republic Police (ZRP) today when they indiscriminately attacked civilians.
Assistant Secretary for U.S. Department of State’s Bureau of African Affairs Tibor Nagy urged President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s government to respect the 2013 Constitution.
Writing on social media site Twitter Nagy said:
We are concerned by the police’s unprovoked use of force against peaceably assembled Zimbabweans today and call on the Government of Zimbabwe to cease such violence against its own population.
We note that the passage of new legislation has had no impact on the actions of the Government of Zimbabwe’s respect of freedom of assembly and other rights. We urge the Government of Zimbabwe to respect its 2013 Constitution in permitting non-violent public gatherings.
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