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Amnesty International report comes at wrong time for Zimbabwe talks

When Zimbabwe’s rival parties meet this week at a regional summit to tackle the deadlock stalling the formation of the new unity government, justice for victims of political violence is unlikely to be on the agenda.

1st November, 2008

When Zimbabwe’s rival parties meet this week at a regional summit to tackle the deadlock stalling the formation of the new unity government, justice for victims of political violence is unlikely to be on the agenda.

If opposition leader Morgan Tsvangirai were to raise the thorny subject of making accountable the perpetrators of the violence that occurred before June’s presidential election run-off with President Robert Mugabe, it would be likely to shatter the...

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