Zimbabwe Institute For Free Expression (ZIFFE) Team

Freedom of expression and opinion is under threat in Zimbabwe. The Government passed draconian laws such as POSA and AIPPA to silence critics.POSA (Public Security Order Act ) became law on 22 January 2002.POSA is being used to ban any form of protest.It imposes severe restrictions on civil liberties and criminalizes activities associated with the freedoms of expression, assembly ,association and action. It doesn’t allow activists to speak against the president.It also requires that police be notified in advance of any public gathering of more than two people, and prohibits those which police believe could cause public disorder. The Broadcasting law, Broadcasting Services Act (BSA)

Freedom of expression and opinion is under threat in Zimbabwe. The Government passed draconian laws such as POSA and AIPPA to silence critics.POSA (Public Security Order Act ) became law on 22 January 2002.POSA is being used to ban any form of protest.It imposes severe restrictions on civil liberties and criminalizes activities associated with the freedoms of expression, assembly ,association and action. It doesn’t allow activists to speak against the president.It also requires that police be notified in advance of any public gathering of more than two people, and prohibits those which police believe could cause public disorder. The Broadcasting law, Broadcasting Services Act (BSA)

Freedom of expression and opinion is under threat in Zimbabwe. The Government passed draconian laws such as POSA and AIPPA to silence critics.POSA (Public Security Order Act ) became law on 22 January 2002.POSA is being used to ban any form of protest.It imposes severe restrictions on civil liberties and criminalizes activities associated with the freedoms of expression, assembly ,association and action. It doesn’t allow activists to speak against the president.It also requires that police be notified in advance of any public gathering of more than two people, and prohibits those which police believe could cause public disorder. The Broadcasting law, Broadcasting Services Act (BSA)

Freedom of expression and opinion is under threat in Zimbabwe. The Government passed draconian laws such as POSA and AIPPA to silence critics.POSA (Public Security Order Act ) became law on 22 January 2002.POSA is being used to ban any form of protest.It imposes severe restrictions on civil liberties and criminalizes activities associated with the freedoms of expression, assembly ,association and action. It doesn’t allow activists to speak against the president.It also requires that police be notified in advance of any public gathering of more than two people, and prohibits those which police believe could cause public disorder. The Broadcasting law, Broadcasting Services Act (BSA)

Freedom of expression and opinion is under threat in Zimbabwe. The Government passed draconian laws such as POSA and AIPPA to silence critics.POSA (Public Security Order Act ) became law on 22 January 2002.POSA is being used to ban any form of protest.It imposes severe restrictions on civil liberties and criminalizes activities associated with the freedoms of expression, assembly ,association and action. It doesn’t allow activists to speak against the president.It also requires that police be notified in advance of any public gathering of more than two people, and prohibits those which police believe could cause public disorder. The Broadcasting law, Broadcasting Services Act (BSA)

Freedom of expression and opinion is under threat in Zimbabwe. The Government passed draconian laws such as POSA and AIPPA to silence critics.POSA (Public Security Order Act ) became law on 22 January 2002.POSA is being used to ban any form of protest.It imposes severe restrictions on civil liberties and criminalizes activities associated with the freedoms of expression, assembly ,association and action. It doesn’t allow activists to speak against the president.It also requires that police be notified in advance of any public gathering of more than two people, and prohibits those which police believe could cause public disorder. The Broadcasting law, Broadcasting Services Act (BSA)

Freedom of expression and opinion is under threat in Zimbabwe. The Government passed draconian laws such as POSA and AIPPA to silence critics.POSA (Public Security Order Act ) became law on 22 January 2002.POSA is being used to ban any form of protest.It imposes severe restrictions on civil liberties and criminalizes activities associated with the freedoms of expression, assembly ,association and action. It doesn’t allow activists to speak against the president.It also requires that police be notified in advance of any public gathering of more than two people, and prohibits those which police believe could cause public disorder. The Broadcasting law, Broadcasting Services Act (BSA)

Freedom of expression and opinion is under threat in Zimbabwe. The Government passed draconian laws such as POSA and AIPPA to silence critics.POSA (Public Security Order Act ) became law on 22 January 2002.POSA is being used to ban any form of protest.It imposes severe restrictions on civil liberties and criminalizes activities associated with the freedoms of expression, assembly ,association and action. It doesn’t allow activists to speak against the president.It also requires that police be notified in advance of any public gathering of more than two people, and prohibits those which police believe could cause public disorder. The Broadcasting law, Broadcasting Services Act (BSA)

Freedom of expression and opinion is under threat in Zimbabwe. The Government passed draconian laws such as POSA and AIPPA to silence critics.POSA (Public Security Order Act ) became law on 22 January 2002.POSA is being used to ban any form of protest.It imposes severe restrictions on civil liberties and criminalizes activities associated with the freedoms of expression, assembly ,association and action. It doesn’t allow activists to speak against the president.It also requires that police be notified in advance of any public gathering of more than two people, and prohibits those which police believe could cause public disorder. The Broadcasting law, Broadcasting Services Act (BSA)

Freedom of expression and opinion is under threat in Zimbabwe. The Government passed draconian laws such as POSA and AIPPA to silence critics.POSA (Public Security Order Act ) became law on 22 January 2002.POSA is being used to ban any form of protest.It imposes severe restrictions on civil liberties and criminalizes activities associated with the freedoms of expression, assembly ,association and action. It doesn’t allow activists to speak against the president.It also requires that police be notified in advance of any public gathering of more than two people, and prohibits those which police believe could cause public disorder. The Broadcasting law, Broadcasting Services Act (BSA)

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