Towards Authoritarian Militarism?

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The Zimbabwe Peace Project recorded an increase in human rights violations to 190 in November from 189 in October. There was a decrease in cases of intimidation and harassment to 120 from 126. Most cases of harassment and intimidation were linked to the ongoing Biometric Voters Registration exercise and the intra party violence within the ruling Zanu PF party. The highest cases were recorded in Mashonaland Central. There was an increase in the number of discrimination cases to 36 from 31. These were mainly around the disbursements of Presidential farming inputs after the onset of the rainy season.

Source: Zimbabwe Peace Project

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