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Tigray Region says  impartiality of Transitional Justice System is under question

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A destroyed tank in Humera, Amhara region (AP Photo/Ben Curtis, File)

By Staff Reporter

ADDIS ABABA – (BORKENA) – The Interim Administration of Tigray Region announced that it has questions on the Transitional Justice System that is planned to be implemented in Ethiopia, sources said. 

Head of the Regional Interim Administration Office, Amanuel Aseffa,  said in an interview he had with Voice of America that, “the current institutions of the country have a problem of impartiality while accomplishing their operations”.

The head said that the transitional justice system to be implemented in Ethiopia will not have the authority to see the human rights violations which have been inflicted by foreign forces in the Tigray Region. Amanuel said that the human right violation that cannot be investigated by the domestic transitional justice system should be looked into by international institutions. The local institutions cannot replace their role, according to Amanuel.

Amanuel further said that Tigray Region did not involve from the beginning in the formulation of the transitional justice policy when it should have.

Efforts made by VoA to get comments from the Ministry of Justice and the Transitional Justice Policy Development Group were unsuccessful, VoA said. 

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3 COMMENTS

  1. Subject: ” Tigray Region says impartiality of Transitional Justice System is under question” October 6, 2023

    Humble Commentary, 7 Oct 2023
    a. In all honesty, Tigray is self-anointed free, independent, proud country, trying to elevate to the highest level , all by
    its own master dictate.
    b) Why not ?!?!?! Look at Dear Europeans — they control any country of their choice around the Globe.
    c) Why not Tigray, for heaven’s sake??? !!!!
    d) If you call me stupid, you are entitled to be so ferocious
    e) But, in all honestly I do not understand what Tigray wants .
    f) Does Tigray TRUELY wants an independent State. surrounded by Eritrea on the North and by Gondar and Gojjam on g) the South etc, and the Good Lord Up in Heaven!!!!. …..what else???
    h) Finally One can’t help wondering if our dear treasure, the BLACK AFRICA , is not capable of maintaining PEACEFUL
    LIFE
    i) I sincerely wonder !?!?!?!!!!
    j) As for Tigray, let its unique legendary characteristic be its guide to safety. It can also be its own enemy !!!!!!
    k) Anyway, PEACE to our battered DEAR AFRICA.
    l) WE PAID ENORMOUSLY that NEVER was paid by other States.
    m) For how long will we maintain our negative posture and sneerings by the rest of the world?!?!?!?
    n) Let each Black African wake up and face our reality; opposed to negative attitude pasted upon us by ‘colonial
    forces
    ———WHEN WILL THAT BE THE END ??? —————

  2. Ayele Wolde,

    The TPLF is not known for a constructive mindset when dealing with others, like focusing on collaborative solutions that involve domestic issues unless condoned by it suitors. Its self-isolation, unreliability and dubiousness is its brand.

    There are reports that show an in-depth discussion held with the leaders and scholars of the Interim Administration of the Tigray Region with the Federal government experts where the TPLF clearly stated its support for the process and in the formulation of the transitional justice policy.

    TPLF’s mistrust and uncertainty can persist, hindering the effectiveness of the transitional justice policy.

    We have to remain hopeful the TPLF loses its infantilism and continue working towards a transparent and effective transitional justice system that can foster reconciliation, justice, and stability in the country.

    • QUOTE: ” We have to remain hopeful the TPLF loses its infantilism and continue working towards a transparent and effective
      transitional justice system that can foster reconciliation, justice, and stability in the country, by Ayele Woide”
      UNQUOTE

      Indeed, SANITY WILL SURVIVE like for all the past Heroes (in ALPHABETICAL order, please). >>> Haile Sellassie, Menelike, Tedros, Yohannes [of Tigray]. ……………………………… do I need to continue?!?!?!

      BUT IN THE SAME OLD FREE WORLD, ANY ONE IS ENTITLED TO INDIVIDUAL SELF – SATISFACTION; HENCE, THE DISINTEGRATION OF AN ANCIENT COUNTRY INTO PIECES COMES TO BE A NORM !!!!!!!!!!
      WHAT A FREE WORL!!!

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