Title Zimbabwe: 1. Please provide information on a large MDC rally in Chitungwiza in January or June 2008, in which 50 ZANU-PF men came and reportedly forced people into a truck. 2. Please comment on the ease with which a person with an MDC profile and who had been charged with an offence for MDC involvement would be able to obtain visas to travel freely between Zimbabwe and South Africa. 3. Please comment on whether a person who was the subject of a warrant would experience problems departing Zimbabwe. 4. Please comment on any information relating to MDC sponsorship of students to study abroad, including payment of their tuition fees. 5. Please provide information in relation to the 2008 elections, including the timing and outcomes. Please also provide information on the 2008 MDC candidates in the areas near Westgate, Harare, and Borrowdale, Harare.
Publisher Australia: Refugee Review Tribunal
Publication Date 5 January 2011
Country Zimbabwe
Topics Freedom of assembly and association | Freedom of movement | Good governance | Persecution based on political opinion | Political groups | Political parties | Political situation
Citation / Document Symbol ZWE37867
Cite as Australia: Refugee Review Tribunal, Zimbabwe: 1. Please provide information on a large MDC rally in Chitungwiza in January or June 2008, in which 50 ZANU-PF men came and reportedly forced people into a truck. 2. Please comment on the ease with which a person with an MDC profile and who had been charged with an offence for MDC involvement would be able to obtain visas to travel freely between Zimbabwe and South Africa. 3. Please comment on whether a person who was the subject of a warrant would experience problems departing Zimbabwe. 4. Please comment on any information relating to MDC sponsorship of students to study abroad, including payment of their tuition fees. 5. Please provide information in relation to the 2008 elections, including the timing and outcomes. Please also provide information on the 2008 MDC candidates in the areas near Westgate, Harare, and Borrowdale, Harare. , 5 January 2011, ZWE37867, available at: http://www.refworld.org/docid/505b03d32.html [accessed 26 November 2014]
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