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1. I know many people will think it doesn't matter,not with all the serious things facing #Jamaica at this time.But I get a very uncomfortable feeling when I can see in real time the Office of the Prime Minister creating a false record on its website.#AccessToInformation #COVID19
2. The Office of the Prime Minister has been falsifying the dates on which it has been posting the Gazetted copies of the Disaster Risk Management Orders.Why is the OPM invested in creating a false record on this official government website? #AccessToInformation #COVID19 #Jamaica
3. The Office of the Prime Minister's website says Order No. 4 was posted on April 21. That is not accurate. The final draft of the Order was still being discussed in Parliament late at night on April 21. #AccessToInformation #COVID19 #Jamaica
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Gearing up for the hearing on the Constitutionality of #HudumaNamba this morning.

So many issues raised in this case. #Dataprotection #RighttoDignity #Publicparticipation #Publicprocurement #Seperationofpowers #AccesstoInformation
@Bomu sworn in as the first expert witness in the #HudumaNamba case.
@Bomu @Bomu: there is no information in the public domain on NIIMS. All we know is what is in the amendment to the Registration of Persons Act.

#HudumaNamba case.
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Another reporter assaulted for filming police operations

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#accesstoinformation #MediaFreedom

@InfoMinZW⁩ ⁦@nickmangwana⁩ ⁦@OSISA⁩ ⁦@263Chat⁩ ⁦⁦@UKinZimbabwe⁩ ⁦@usembassyharare⁩ ⁦@euinzim⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦⁦⁦@mailandguardian⁩ ⁦@CPJAfrica
@InfoMinZW @nickmangwana @OSISA @263Chat @UKinZimbabwe @usembassyharare @euinzim @mailandguardian @CPJAfrica A plainclothes police officer assaulted Panashe Makufa a local journalist with online publication Mail & Telegraph on 18 October 2018 in Harare after asking why he was filming a police blitz against illegal foreign currency dealers.

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#MediaFreedom
@InfoMinZW @nickmangwana @OSISA @263Chat @UKinZimbabwe @usembassyharare @euinzim @mailandguardian @CPJAfrica Makufa was passing through the Road Port regional bus terminus when he noticed police officers arresting illegal money dealers.

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#accesstoinformation #MediaFreedom
#Zimbabwe
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