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Zimbabwe's reelected president says there's democracy. But beating and torture allegations emerge

  • In Zimbabwe, there are growing concerns of brutal oppression against the opposition party, including arrests and violence, despite President Mnangagwa's claims of peace and tolerance.
  • The recent violent incident involved a newly elected opposition councilor and a relative, who were shot with a stun gun, handcuffed, and later dumped naked near a river. The opposition party faced intimidation and arrests following disputed national elections.
  • The ongoing repression and lack of reform in Zimbabwe indicate a persistence of governance issues, with opposition figures facing abduction, torture, and arrest post-election.
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