Tell the UN to STOP the VIOLENCE!
Stop Abductions, Torture, Murder, & Violence in Zimbabwe
Add your name and tell the UN to stop election violence in Zimbabwe.
The country of Zimbabwe has been facing a humanitarian crisis for nearly 40 years. It has gone largely unnoticed by international media and the United Nations.
STOP Election Violence in Zimbabwe!Read the petition
During presidential, elections people are arrested, abducted,tortured, and murdered for speaking out against the current regime. Those who are arrested often die shortly after being released from police custody.
The 2018 election stands to be no different.
We need your help to put an end to the election violence and abuse of a country held hostage.
Zimbabwe gained independence from British rule in 1980, only to be quickly trapped again under the dictatorship of Robert Mugabe and the ZANU-PF party.
Though elections are held every five years, Mugabe and his party have remained in power for nearly 4 decades through election rigging, stonewalling and unconscionable violence against their fellow Zimbabweans.
Join International business woman and 2018 Presidential candidate, Violet Mariyacha, to demand the United Nations intervene in the 2018 election.
“We all are free citizens and have the right to exercise our choices. Nobody, including the esteemed President himself or his party people have the right to influence or manipulate the polling. In the light of the abhorrent scenario in 2008, 2013, there is the urgent need for a higher, just and neutral authority to oversee the election process in the country. Thus, I have launched a petition requesting the revered U.N. to supervise and observe the coming elections in Zimbabwe. Your active support is much needed here to ensure a transparent and peaceful poll where each of us would have the right to vote for his/her chosen candidate.” –Violet Mariyacha, petition originator