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Angola: The Pandora Box of “Embracing and Forgiving”
Last month, the Angolan government reversed its “forgive and forget” policy on past atrocities committed during the civil war that ended eighteen years ago. It now has a reconciliation plan to honour the memory of victims. But the new policy may well trigger calls for more truth and accountability, say scholars Maarten van Munster and Joris van Wijk.
by Maarten van Munster and Joris van Wijk, for Justiceinfo.net
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