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Police Accused of Political Bias by Blue Movement

Mr Amos Chibaya, a prominent figure within the Blue Movement, has launched scathing criticism against the police, accusing them of being ...
Police Accused of Political Bias by Blue Movement

Mr Amos Chibaya, a prominent figure within the Blue Movement, has launched scathing criticism against the police, accusing them of being complicit in political interference on behalf of the ruling Zanu-PF party. Chibaya alleges that the police are actively obstructing their right to assemble and hold meetings, particularly in support of opposition figure Mr Nelson Chamisa.

Efforts to seek clarification from the police spokesperson, Assistant Commissioner Paul Nyathi, were met with frustration as repeated attempts to contact him went unanswered. [post_ads]

According to sources within the Blue Movement, the police have been issuing letters citing various reasons to curtail their activities, including unsubstantiated concerns about potential altercations with unspecified adversaries and alleged violations of the Maintenance of Peace and Order Act. 

Despite repeated inquiries, the head of the police press office, Mr Farai Marapira, remained elusive, failing to respond to questions regarding the perceived bias in police actions. However, the Zanu-PF party, to which the police are ostensibly accountable, has denied any interference in police affairs. [post_ads_2]

The contentious issue of restricting opposition gatherings has drawn condemnation from international bodies such as the United Nations and human rights activists. Despite this, the police appear undeterred, persisting in their efforts to curtail opposition activities.

As accusations of political bias continue to mount, the impartiality and independence of Zimbabwe's law enforcement agencies come under renewed scrutiny, raising concerns about the erosion of democratic principles and the stifling of dissenting voices.

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