Mnangagwa Permits MDC’s Planned Demonstrations – Report

The government will not interfere with the planned MDC demonstration tomorrow unless there are signs of violence that will need security forces to intervene.

Zim Morning Post reports that a high-level meeting was held at President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s Munhumutapa Offices and a decision to allow the demonstrations to proceed was made.

The permanent secretary for the Ministry of Information, Publicity and Broadcasting Services, Ndavaningi Nick Mangwana is quoted as saying:

The president who is also the head of state said the demonstration will go on with no disturbances from the security forces unless there in need for involvement.

In terms of section 59 of the Constitution, it is every person’s right to demonstrate and the government will not infringe on this right.

Security forces are found in every establishment for the reason of safeguarding human life, dignity, property, peace and maintain order.

The forces have to ensure the safety and protection of individuals participating in the demonstrations and also those not participating.

More: Zim Morning Post

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One Comment on “Mnangagwa Permits MDC’s Planned Demonstrations – Report

  1. Yes the police they should b there to make order because people of Zimbabwe they don’t know what the demonstration is instead of demonstrating they loot and worsen the situation on ground. What they looted they resell it with high certain price of which that price is unaffordable by so doing they are making matters worse than to solve their own grieviances

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