UN must act, Hoey tells Vigil

The Bristol Vigil, held on August 17 outside City Hall, was well attended with a good showing from UK politicians, including Kate Hoey, Labour MP, DUP's Sammy Wilson and Lisburn City councillor David Archer (born in
Bulawayo some 31 years ago with family still living there.)
The Vi

gil also attracted press attention from local newspapers and the BBC.
Many members of the public supported the campaign and were happy to sign the petition calling on the UK government to take action against the Mugabe regime.
Kate Hoey spoke out against the UN. “Zimbabwe has been completely decimated by a dictator who wants to cling onto power at any cost. Now things are getting even worse. Every night there are young people opposed to Mugabe
being picked up, taken off and being beaten up and sometimes killed. It’s time for the UN to recognise they have a duty to protect these people,” she said.

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