SACCORD questions Police disruption of FDD meeting

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Edith Nawakwi
Edith Nawakwi

The Southern Africa Center for Constructive Resolution of Disputes (SACCORD) has questioned the Police%u2019s disruption of a Forum for Democracy and Development (FDD) indoor meeting in the name of enforcing the Public Order Act.
SACCORD Executive Director Boniface Cheembe questions how an indoor meeting addressed by FDD president Edith Nawakwi at the party’s offices could have breached peace in anyway.

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Mr Cheembe has told Qfm New in an interview that it is unfortunate that the administration of the public order Act by the Police has remained a source of concern.

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He says Police should not be seen to be harassing political players in the manner they implement the Public Order Act.

Mr Cheembe has also appealed to politicians to begin to create a long-lasting relationship with the Police.

Mr. Cheembe says there is need for the harassment of opposition leaders to come to an end.

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