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EHRC calls for inclusion of needs of affected communities in National Transitional Justice Policy

Ethiopian Human Rights Commission
Ethiopian Human Rights Commission

By Staff Reporter

ADDIS ABABA – (BORKENA) –Ethiopian Human Rights Commission (EHRC) urged that the needs of affected communities should adequately be included in the formulation and implementation process of the National Transitional Justice Policy.

The Ethiopian Human Rights Commission and the Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights released today a 90-page report on the findings of their consultations with victims and affected communities, according to a news report released by Ahadu FM 94.3 Radio.

The Ethiopian Human Rights Commission has thus recommended that the needs of the communities should be considered if fruitful transitional justice is needed to be realised.

It is important to respond appropriately to past violations and foster national unity, with a strong focus on victims’ needs and priorities… to implement a real, comprehensive and complete transitional justice process, Ahadu FM 94.3 said.

The Commission urges policy makers to take the findings of this report seriously so that the voices of victims are heard, addressed and the needs of affected communities are adequately included in the process of national transitional justice policy formulation, pending the important public consultations conducted by the Transitional Justice Working Group, Ahadu FM 94.3 Radio reported.

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  1. Subject: “EHRC calls for inclusion of needs of affected communities in National Transitional Justice Policy”,January 4, 2024

    Humble. Commentary, 4 Jan 2024

    a). Why is it that Africans are entangled in their own Continent among themselves and completely oblivious of what the
    “ancient colonial powers”. are doing behind the curtain (so to say).

    b). One can’t help concluding that the ancient colonial powers have everything to do with all the problems in our black
    Africa for time immemorial.

    c). One can’t help concluding that the RICH CONTINENT of BLACK AFRICA. will NEVER, NEVER, NEVER be left in peace for development of Black Africans. NEVER !!!

    d). Dear AFRICAN. Readers: Just be conscious of your AGE and ask yourself: “when was it that Black Africa Continent was FREE to develop by itself, for the benefit of itself in accordance with its own desire? I say: NEVER.

    e). Hence, what will be our own conclusion? WE must be honest to ourselves; looking ourselves at the MIRROR.

    f). Dear Black Africans: Be honest and helpful to yourself.

    g). Let us ask ourselves:
    1). FOR HOW LONG ARE WE SUPPOSED TO BE SUBSERVIENT of COLONIZERS?

    2). What did we achieve from the so called modern -Western Education System ?

    3). Finally, what did we achieve from the so-called Education System of the Western World?

    4). Dear Individual Black Africans: BE HONEST TO YOUR SELVES >>>>> WHAT DID WE CONTRIBUTE TO THE
    DEVELOPMENT OF OUR OWN BLACK AFRICA, BY OUR OWN EFFORT , FOR OUR OWN CONTENT ????

    5. It is my honest opinion: we only wound-up being trying to be imitators with artificial pride !!!

    6. Consequently, we wound-up becoming subservient of the “master colonizer”, in our own Rich Black Africa
    under the custody of the colonizers !?!?!?!?!?!. >>>> “Hoolet Mot” so goes the Ethiopian saying.

    7. AT LAST, WE LOST OUR DIGNITY WITH THE HIGHEST DOCTOR OF PHILOSOPHY DEGREE PAPER AT HAND !

    THE. END

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