United Movement for Devolution (UMD) and former MDC-T national chairperson Lovemore Moyo has welcomed the appointment of a 7 member commission of inquiry by President Mnangagwa.
Moyo said the appointment of the commission is a positive move considering that it compromises of human rights experts and respected international individuals. Said Moyo:
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The UMD would like to note with appreciation the President for the appointment of the Commission of Inquiry into the recent post election protests that resulted in deaths. We trust that concern for human rights exhibited will open the door for further investigations into numerous past human rights violations that went unrecognised and unresolved. The appointment of the Commission is yet another positive move in that it comprises not only human rights protagonists, but also respected international figures such as former president of South Africa Kgalema Motlanthe and former Commonwealth secretary-general Chief Emeka Anyaoku. We are optimistic that the involvement of foreign persons will steer the commission away from internal interference and bias.
He also urged the Commission to be judicious, thorough and exercise utmost impartiality and set aside any prejudice that may affect the outcome of the inquiry.
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