Restrictions to WEF leave many unanswered questions
THE proximity of Mlimani City Conference Centre, the venue of the 20th World Economic Forum (WEF) on Africa held in Dar es Salaam last week was cordoned off to civil society activists and the public in general. The Dar es Salaam Police Special Zone Commander, Suleiman Kova, declared that only invited guests were being allowed to the conference and its environs, and that police had denied all requests for demonstrations to ensure non-interference with security arrangements that were in place...
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