No Need For Commission Of Inquiry: UK MP
United Kingdom Member of Parliament for Vauxhall and the chair of Britain’s All-Party Parliamentary Group on Zimbabwe, Kate Hoey has dismissed President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s 7 member Commission of Inquiry. The Commission which will be chaired by former South African President Kgalema Motlanthe has been appointed to look into the events of August 1 events which resulted in the deaths of at least 6 people when soldiers used live bullets to quell a protest by opposition supporters.
Reacting to the establishment of the commission, Hoey scoffed saying,
No need for an enquiry- the evidence was clearly caught on camera – soldiers shooting civilians in the back who were running away. Orders to shoot must have been given by Army Commander.
No need for an enquiry- the evidence was clearly caught on camera – soldiers shooting civilians in the back who were running away. Orders to shoot must have been given by Army Commander @10DowningStreet https://t.co/p0AYges1Na
Usanetseke neNetOne airtime.
Baya *405# utenge neEcoCash
— Kate Hoey (@CatharineHoey) August 29, 2018
Critics of the commission have also questioned its composition saying that some of the local commissioners are compromised and are not able to be impartial or independent.
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Full Text: Mnangagwa Statement On Establishment Of Commission Of Inquiry To Investigate August 1 Violence, Shooting Of Civilians