[Source: SIBC News, 28 October 2010] - A victim of the ethnic tension, Enly Lifu, has spoken out against the proposed "Forgiveness Bill".
Testifying before the Truth and Reconciliation Commission in the Makira-Ulawa provincial capital, Kirakira, Mr Lifu said he disagrees with the bill.
He questioned how someone or any institution forgive perpetrators of the tension on behalf of the victims.
Mr Lifu said the process of truth and reconciliation is the way forward in healing victims of the recent tension throughout the country.
He said the Commission’s counseling process has enabled him to break free from his cage.
Mr Lifu said the experienced he went through was worse than tsunami or a cyclone.