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TRRC works on parts of final report

Aug 5, 2020, 11:39 AM | Article By: Pa Modou Cham

The chairman of the Truth, Reconciliation and Reparation Commission (TRRC), Dr. Lamin J. Sise has indicated that with the increase of the Covid-19 cases, the commission has suspended its hearings and will continue working on putting together some aspects of the final report.

“This work has already started and will continue unabated. We are pleased to report that various mechanisms have been put in place and some modest progress is being made towards the compilation of the final report,” Dr. Sise said in a statement.

He further assured the public that the TRRC remains fully committed to delivering on all aspects of its mandate as humanely as possible.

Dr. Sise also highlighted that the TRRC encourages all members of the public to take all cautionary measures to keep themselves, their families, relatives, friends and communities safe from the Coronavirus.

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