Apology and Reparations.

Chiefs’ Assembly sees Chiefs’ Forum sessions<br>as continued government’s intransigence

Chiefs’ Assembly sees Chiefs’ Forum sessions
as continued government’s intransigence

Staff Writer Ovaherero and Ovambanderu traditional leaders are not amused by the Namibian government’s continued clandestine intransigent activities surrounding the issue of Genocide, Apology and Reparations. Especially in view of the total rejection by a section of the affected communities last May of the Joint Declaration (JD) between it and its German counterpart. Some National Assembly members, particularly from the opposition benches, were also in unison in rejecting the JD during a 4-month debate from last September to December. The JD also received a broadside from international human rights organisations, like the European Centre for Human and Constitutional Rights (ECHCR),…
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