The Zimbabwe Republic Police has approved Zanu-PF’s planned demonstration, termed the “Peaceful March” which is scheduled for tomorrow. Zanu-PF had initially scheduled the march to counter the MDC Alliance’s protest over electoral reforms but was denied permission by the police.
ZRP Statement in full below
RE: NOTIFICATION TO HOLD PEACEFUL MARCH BY ZANU PF HARARE PROVINCE YOUTH LEAGUE
The above subject matter is pertinent.
Your notification letter to hold a march on the 06th, of June 2018 at Robert Mugabe Square, from 1000hours to 1500hours in solidarity with the President’s call for peace before, during and after the 2018 Harmonised General Elections has been noted.
However. I regret to advise that you may not proceed past, Munhumutopa building for security reasons. Therefore you shall proceed along this route:
Please confine your march to the above-stated venue, route and time outlined. Police will Monitor.
Your co-operation with the Police and other Government agents will be greatly appreciated.
The provisions of section 29 of the Public Order and Security Act Chapter 11:17 will be invoked if any of the conditions stated above, is violated.
Thank you in advance for your co-operation.
[NCUBE A.] Chief Superintendent
Officer Commanding Police
HARARE CENTRAL DISTRICT
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