News:Opposition Parties Accuse Zanu-PF Of Rigging 2018 In Advance. Vow To Continue With Saturday Demo Despite New Ban
Chairperson of NERA, Didymus Mutasa said,
The government-sponsored brutality and yet another ban announced on Monday against constitutional attempts to push for far-reaching electoral reforms represent a de-facto state of emergency and a willingness by this regime to rig the next election. This is now a poisoned national environment and points to the fact that the 2018 elections have already been rigged. It is trite for anyone to expect a credible election in 2018 when genuine and constitutional demands for electoral reform are met with police brutality and weekly bans of protests that are allowed by the constitution.
Mutasa also vowed that they will continue with Saturday's demo despite the proposed new ban by theZimbabwe Republic Police,
As NERA, we remain resolute that we will continue with the constitutional protests for far-reaching electoral reforms. As such, the nationwide demonstrations slated for Saturday, September, will continue as planned despite the illegal police bans.
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