Political violence video launched

August 1, 2012 at 9:56 am Leave a comment

Written by Fungi Kwaramba.

HARARE – Political violence is again under spotlight with Zimrights
yesterday launching a documentary that chronicles President Robert Mugabe
and Prime Minister Morgan Tsvangirai’s anti-violence statements.

In an interview with the Daily News Okay Machisa, Zimrights national
director said the documentary “Anti Violence Crusade” will be cascaded to
all parts of the country including areas where political violence is
incessant.

Machisa said they would like to take the message to all corners of the
country. “The documentary is going to have an impact; we are taking the
principals’ statements into the communities and these statements. If people
see them talking about peace then they will realise that the leaders are
sincere.”

The documentary which has since been censored and has been given the green
light by the police and includes voices from political parties’ leaders,
civil society as well as the law enforcement agents.

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