The Australian Embassy shares the concerns of many Zimbabweans at the violence which has occurred over recent weeks in Zimbabwe. The use of violence is not acceptable under any circumstance.
The Australian Embassy wishes to emphasise that the rule of law, respect for human rights, right to free speech, freedom of assembly and other democratic freedoms are at the heart of the Zimbabwean Constitution and must be respected by all parties. We encourage the Government of Zimbabwe to ensure the democratic freedoms of all Zimbabweans are fully protected.
Since its formation in September 1999,the MDC has benchmarked its ideological inclination on social democracy.The MDC is a political party that firmly and fervently believes in peacefully and democratically removing ...
Lord Mandelson visited Zimbabwe on 14-16 February 2016. We wish to correct a number of inaccurate assertions regarding his visit that have circulated in the media and on-line.
Lord Mandelson visited ...
President Morgan Tsvangirai and other political leaders under the banner of the National Electoral Reform Agenda (NERA) did their best to comply with the law in organizing today’s mega-demonstration to ...
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