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Zimbabwe: Anniversary of new Constitution no cause for celebration

22 mei 2014

Legislation restricting internationally recognized human rights is still in place in Zimbabwe, one year after the new Constitution was signed into law promising improved civil liberties for all, Amnesty International said today.

Zimbabwe's human rights record remains poor despite safeguards in new Constitution

25 november 2013

The Government of Zimbabwe must guarantee all human rights enshrined in the new Constitution, Amnesty International said in a Human Rights Agenda issued as President Robert Mugabe approaches the 100th day of his new term.

Zimbabwe must review police misconduct after 21 activists cleared in murder case

19 september 2013

Today’s acquittal of 21 human rights and opposition activists by Zimbabwe’s High Court leaves the authorities with serious questions to answer about police misconduct in the aftermath of a police officer’s murder, Amnesty International said.

Zimbabwe: Women forced to flee their homes for refusing to reveal their vote

6 augustus 2013

Women political activists in rural Zimbabwe told Amnesty International they have been threatened with violence and forced to flee with their children for refusing to reveal their vote to supporters of Robert Mugabe's party during harmonized elections.

Zimbabwe: Alarming clampdown on basic freedoms ahead of elections

11 juli 2013

Zimbabwean police are continuing to target and intimidate human rights defenders ahead of elections later this month according to a new report by Amnesty International.

Zimbabwe elections process must safeguard human rights

14 juni 2013

Zimbabwe’s government must focus on protecting human rights in the run-up to elections, Amnesty International said today as the country’s leaders publicly disputed the date the vote should be held.

Southern African leaders must ensure peaceful elections in Zimbabwe

13 juni 2013

Southern African leaders must ensure human rights are prioritized in the run-up to elections in Zimbabwe, Amnesty International said ahead of a key summit on the country.

New Zimbabwe constitution can usher in new culture of human rights

22 mei 2013

Zimbabwe’s new constitution presents a golden opportunity for the country to break away from a culture of impunity for human rights violations, Amnesty International said today.

Zimbabwe: Prominent human rights lawyer must be released immediately

20 maart 2013

Prominent human rights lawyer Beatrice Mtetwa must be immediately and unconditionally released, Amnesty International said after she was denied bail in a court appearance on Wednesday.

Zimbabwe must stop clampdown and protect fundamental rights during referendum

15 maart 2013

As Zimbabwe heads to the polls this weekend to vote on a proposed new constitution, Amnesty International urges the authorities to allow eligible civil society organizations to observe the process without harassment and intimidation.

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