Wednesday, February 24, 2021

When will the Court/TRRC tussle end?

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No one had ever thought that the tussle would arise requiring a threat to arrest a sitting executive secretary of a Commission. The TRRC is established to deliver evidence that would facilitate justice and reparation to ensure reconciliation. It should be an independent institution that would safeguard victims/ survivors by injecting a sense of hope in them.
Any court case that involves the members of the TRRC would not add value to confidence building among the victims/ survivors. The prosecution may be interested in reviewing whether continuing certain prosecutions would have impact on the operations of the TRRC. Foroyaa is closely following the developments in the courts and would do an impact assessment of court actions against members of the TRRC.

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