NAIROBI: The Truth, Justice and Reconciliation Commission will submit its Final Report and recommendations to the President on Thursday May 2nd 2013.
TJRC whose mandate is to lead the inquiry into gross human rights violations and other historical injustices in Kenya between 12 December 1963 and 28 February 2008, is finalising its report.
It is made up of 4 volumes documenting information gathered from statements, memoranda, individual and thematic hearings.
The report is divided into chapters based on key violations including those relating to land, massacres, torture, economic crimes, economic marginalization and ethnic tensions violence.
The TJRC report will outline findings and make recommendations aimed at contributing towards lasting peace, national unity, dignity healing and reconciliation among the people of Kenya.
The report shall further outline an implementation mechanism as required by the TJR Act that ensures execution of the Commission’s recommendations within stipulated time frames.
Following the Final Report’s submission to the President, an abridged version will be published in 3 national newspapers; a popular version distributed widely and the complete report posted on its website.