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Title   Annual Survey of Violations of Trade Union Rights 2001
Author International Confederation of Free Trade Unions
Edition PDF
Published Brussels: ICTFU
Year 2001-10-01
Pages 2
Abstract Respect for trade union rights and civil liberties deteriorated further. The wave of violence which hit the country during the first few months of the year claimed several victims. Altogether, more than thirty persons ó political opponents, trade unionist, teachers and human rights activists ó were assassinated and hundreds of others were seriously wounded in what is rapidly turning out to be a broadly laid on terrorist campaign orchestrated by ZANU, the party in power under President Mugabe.

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