“We wonder if there really was an investigation”

We wonder if there really was an investigation, because if there was an investigation, we should normally know at the end of which units the bullets that killed or injured people came from. There was no legal investigation as there was, apparently it was a kind of administrative investigation. Then, at the end, we learn that there have been arrangements. So it’s a way of saying we can not punish people legally. It is really as if we were guaranteeing impunity for parts of the foreign forces. It’s still very serious. We must at least know the truth, that people recognize what happened. And then we must do justice. So it’s not a legal process, it’s a conciliation process. We can not support a settlement process and it is really a big disappointment.

Moussa Tchangary, Secretary General of Alternative Citizen Space

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