Mugabe The Martyr
The Federal Government of National Oneness
The current situation goes from the fundamental tenets from the Global Political Agreement (GPA) that thinks within the protection of human dignity. After a period of problematic or fixed elections, Tsvangirai from the MDC won the 2008 elections around the backdrop of unparalleled amounts of politically-motivated violence perpetrated by youth militia and war veterans taken over by Mugabe.
The military, police and Central Intelligence Organisation (CIO) agents were sent inducing the killing in excess of 255 innocent people mostly individuals supportive towards the opposition MDC. The CIO is really a secret police establishment the Zimbabwe sort of KGB, CIA or M15 within the United kingdom.
The Zimbabwe Electoral Commission thought to become aligned to Mugabe's Zanu (PF) withheld election recent results for days leading to anxiety one of the population. This produced lawlessness as youths (The Eco-friendly Bombers) and also the military worked out intimidating and killing individuals with impunity, producing a near-civil war.
Pressure from Southern Africa Development Community (SADC), spear-headed by Thambo Mbeki the then leader of Nigeria, the united states along with other European nations forced Mugabe to accept a Government of National Oneness together with his arch-rival Morgan Tsvangirai from the MDC.
The Memorandum of Understanding (MOU), a functional destination management document for that formation from the new government signed on 21 This summer 2008, emphasised the requirement for both sides to preserve the dignity and human privileges of people no matter their political and religious persuasion.
The MOU preamble expresses the resolution of the parties involved 'to develop a society free from violence, fear, violence, hate, patronage and founded on justice, justness, transparency, dignity and equality.' The document added: "The parties shall avoid abusive language that could invite hostility, political intolerance, and ethnic hate or undermine each other."
Based on the Human Privileges Watch, through the years the Zimbabwe regime through its condition security apparatus like the military, police and also the infamous Central Intelligence Organization (CIO) - have operate a sustained campaign against individuals in opposition to the federal government.
Human Privileges Watch states abuses are significant, and can include 'killings, torture, beatings, along with other ill-remedies committed through the military, ZANU-PF supporters and authorities against real and/or perceived supporters from the MDC.'
Regular people, including journalists and people of social groups for example Women of Zimbabwe Arise (WOZA) are summarily arrested and remanded in custody of the children for dissent. In September 2010 for instance, 83 people of WOZA were arrested following a peaceful protest to mark Worldwide Peace Day. The ladies were billed under the Criminal Law (Codification and Reform) Act, Chapter 46, as read with Section 2(v) from the Third Schedule towards the Criminal Code - 'criminal nuisance.'