News:ZRP Invites Interested Parties To Air Their Views On The Proposed Demo Ban

<vote /> The Zimbabwe Republic Police has invited interested parties to make any representations they may wish to make on the proposed order to the Regulating Authority of the Harare Central Police District Newbert Saunyama.

In the notice they note that,

NOTICE is hereby given to all interested parties of the prohibition order sought to be made under section 21 of the Public Order and Security Act [Chapter 11:17] in the terms specified in paragraph 3 below that is proposed to take effect from the 16th September, 2016 and to expire on the 15th October, 2016. Interested parties are invited to make any representations they may wish to make on the proposed order to the Regulating Authority of the Harare Central Police District addressed in writing to the Regulating Authority, c/o Zimbabwe Republic Police, Harare Central Police Station, corner lnez Terrace and Kenneth Kaunda Road (P.O. Box CY 154, Causeway), Harare.

The lack of an online platform on which people can make their contributions has been criticised by Alex Magaisa who in a tweet noted that, <shtml version="2" keyname="Wiki admin" hash="7b4e2b18dbf358500d7d7c6aa2392bb0c677431a603bc5cf433a59b69e1b6969">

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Povo Zimbabwe also made the same sentiments, <shtml version="2" keyname="Wiki admin" hash="a5aa15b062b6eb390d0d8cd12b3bd5e2eb46633e5ca8a951a95d6b8c4c860828">

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