Makone, who is also the MDC-T’s women’s assembly chairperson, was addressing a rally in Chitungwiza.
“I am embarrassed that police have not arrested anyone after they disrupted business of the country’s highest law-making body,” she said. “I will never remain silent over that issue until the law catches up with them.”
Police officers watched as the Zanu PF supporters, who were against a public hearing on the Human Rights Bill, forced themselves into Parliament Building and disrupted proceedings.
Makone lamented what she termed the intimidation of junior police officers by their seniors, who order them not to attend to cases reported by MDC-T supporters.