By Buba Gagigo
The Truth, Reconciliation and Reparations Commission (TRRC) has submitted more copies of its final report to the government for onward distribution to stakeholders.
“The Secretariat of the Truth, Reconciliation and Reparations Commission (TRRC) has submitted an additional ten hard copies and fifteen soft copies on flash drives of its final report to the Ministry of Justice for onward distribution to stakeholders. These include the National Assembly, the United Nations Secretary General and other local, regional and international organisations,” TRRC said in a press release today.
The commission added that the submission of more copies of its final report to the government for onward distribution to stakeholders is in line with the TRRC Act.
“This is in line with Section 30, sub-section 1 and 2 of the TRRC Act which states that:
(1) Within thirty days of receiving the report, the President shall submit a copy to the-
(a) National Assembly;
(b) United Nations Secretary-General; and
(c) Such other regional and regional and International Organisations as the Ministry may determine.
(2) Upon the President submitting the report under sub-section (1), the Minister shall in consultation with the Executive Secretary, make copies or summaries of it widely available to the public,” the release added.
The TRRC final report was submitted to the President on 25th November; after postponement of two earlier slated dates.