List of 14 leaders of Zimbabwe regime put forward to UN for further sanctions.

   1.            Mugabe,      Robert
(Member/Head of Government responsible for activities that seriously undermine democracy, repress human rights and disrespect the rule of law)


2.            Chiwenga,   Constantine
(Member of security forces who directed repressive state policy and has committed human rights abuses)
 
3.            Mnangagwa,     Emmerson
(Member of Government responsible for activities that seriously undermine democracy, repress human rights and disrespect the rule of law)
 
4.            Gono, Gideon
(Reserve Bank Governor who is responsible for funding repressive state policies)
 
5.            Chihuri,  Augustine
(Member of security forces who bears wide responsibility for serious violations of the freedom of peaceful assembly)
 
6.          Chinamasa, Patrick
(Member of Government responsible for activities that seriously undermine democracy, repress human rights and disrespect the rule of law)
 
7.            Shiri,       Perence
(Member of security forces complicit in forming or directing oppressive state policy)
 
8.            Parirenyatwa, David
(Member of Government responsible for activities that seriously undermine democracy, repress human rights and disrespect the rule of law)
 
9.            Mutasa,   Didymus
(Member of Government responsible for activities that seriously undermine democracy, repress human rights and disrespect the rule of law)
 
10.          Charamba,  George
(Member of Government complicit in forming or directing oppressive state policy)
 
11.         Zimondi, Paradzi
(Member of security forces complicit in forming oppressive state policy)
 
12.          Bonyongwe,  Happyton
(Member of security forces complicit in forming or directing oppressive state policy)
 
13. Sekeremayi, Sydney Tigere
(Member of Government complicit in forming or directing oppressive state policy)
 
14.  Made, Joseph Mtakwese
(Member of Government complicit in forming or directing oppressive state policy)

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