Too late for human rights and electoral reforms in Zimbabwe

From Kubatana Zimbabwe Blog Tue Jan 15 2013, 08:45:53

The latest report from Human Rights Watch, Race against time: The need for legal and institutional reforms ahead of Zimbabwe's elections, paints a sobering picture of the absence of reforms during the past four years of Zimbabwe's Government of National Unity. The report discusses a range of reforms which would be needed for there to [...]

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