|The ZIMBABWE Situation||Our
thoughts and prayers are with Zimbabwe |
- may peace, truth and justice prevail.
But Zimbabweans of the diaspora are not willing to meekly accept this blatant theft by the Zimbabwean dictator. Most of them were forced to leave their homeland through political repression and the years of ZANU-PF misrule that have destroyed the economy. They are not about to suffer this further injustice without protest.
The result from the mock election was:
A landslide victory for MDC with 93,6 per cent of the vote !!!
Other sample polls and protest vigils are
expected to take place across the diaspora in the course of the next few days.
But let those who believe in freedom and democracy take heart from this, the
first clear indication of the will of the Zimbabwean people.
LET THE WILL OF THE PEOPLE PREVAIL !
THE DICTATOR IS ON HIS WAY OUT !
Further details of the United Kingdom vote and how to participate:
Date: Wednesday 30 March 2005 – all night vigil from 20h00
Date: Thursday 31 March 2005 – mock ballot from 05h00 to 17h00
Venue: Outside the Zimbabwean Embassy on the Strand in London
Documents required: Nil
Note: Only Zimbabwean nationals may participate and each is entitled to only one vote.
Further details of the German (Munich) protest rally and how to participate:Date: Thursday 31 March 2005 – protest rally
Time: 18h00 to 20h00
Venue: Marienplatz, Munich, Germany
Zimbabweans living abroad, take this opportunity to show what you think of a regime that denies you the right to vote in your home country.
SOKWANELE, ENOUGH IS ENOUGH, ZVAKWANA