"We are increasingly becoming gravely disturbed by reports out of
Zimbabwe on the intensification of hostile posturing and other
belligerent activities by pro-Mugabe paramilitary groups, on the one
side, and, on the other side, by the systemic crackdown on media
workers and associated civil society actors. This state of affairs
suggests that President Mugabe is intent on embarking on a wholesale
assault on the population while at the same time ensuring that this
does not become known to the international community", warned NSHR
executive director, Phil ya Nangoloh, in the Namibian capital,
Windhoek, this morning.
As envisaged in the 2005 World Summit Outcome Document of the United Nations, the international community has the prime responsibility to protect
populations from imminent and massive human rights abuses and other
humanitarian crises, such as genocide, war crimes, ethnic cleansing and
crimes against humanity. R2P
is a new international doctrine
obliging the international community to intervene in order to prevent
gross human rights abuses once a State fails in its duty to protect and
shield its own population from grave breaches of international law."http://www.responsibilitytoprotect.org/index.php/crises/150-the-crisis-in-zimbabwe/1609-zimbabwe-world-has-responsibility-to-protect
the responsibility to protect website has various articles about the Zimbabwe issue.
Look also if Robert Mugabe is condemned for war crimes, and etc.. Search if the power-sharing deal is working..