Police Approve War Vets Demo At American Embassy

The Zimbabwe Republic Police has given ZANU PF’s foot soldiers, the war veterans, the green light to stage an anti-sanctions demonstration at the United States embassy in Harare.

A police statement in response to the war veterans’ request reads:

We have no objection to your holding an Anti-Sanctions Vigil at the American Embassy on the 29th of March from 1400hrs until they give a positive response.

We trust and pray that your event will be a success although the regulating authority still reserves the right to stop the event should it turn out to be a public order threat or violate any Zimbabwean law.

United States President Donald Trump recently extended the Zimbabwe Democracy and Economic Recovery Act (ZDERA) by another year, a move that has irked the Harare administration.

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  1. This is inaccurate: United States President Donald Trump recently extended the Zimbabwe Democracy and Economic Recovery Act (ZDERA) by another year, a move that has irked the Harare administration.

    President Trump signed a notice of continuation of the national emergency with respect to Zimbabwe. The continuation of this national emergency had been done yearly since 2003 and maintains sanctions implemented under Executive Orders 13288, 13391, and 13469 pursuant to the International Emergency Economic Powers Act (IEEPA). ZIDERA is completely different, but not entirely divorced from,. this Executive Order

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