The BHRC Expresses Concern at the Arrest and Continued Detention of Lawyer Beatrice Mtetwa in Zimbabwe

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The Bar Human Rights Committee of England and Wales (BHRC) joins the international community in expressing grave concern over the recent arrest of prominent human rights lawyer and former President of the Law Society of Zimbabwe, Beatrice Mtetwa, in Zimbabwe.

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