Mugabe’s opponents ‘forced to eat election posters’

March 26, 2008 at 8:06 pm | Posted in International | 1 Comment
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The Guardian:

Human rights groups today accused Robert Mugabe’s government of harassing and intimidating opposition supporters before Saturday’s national elections.

Amnesty International cited a case on March 7, when three members of the Morgan Tsvangirai-led faction of the Movement for Democratic Change (MDC) were ordered by intelligence officers to take down election posters.

According to Amnesty, the officials forced the opposition supporters to chew the posters and swallow them.

The cruellest irony of all this…

…thanks to Mugabe’s malicious misrule, that’d probably pass for a meal in some parts of Zimbabwe these days.

For want of a God who’d give this vermin a heart attack.

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  1. […] none wrote an interesting post today onHere’s a quick excerptAmnesty International cited a case on March 7, when three members of the Morgan Tsvangirai-led faction of the Movement for Democratic Change (MDC) were ordered by intelligence officers to take down election posters. … […]


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