The Minister of Mujahideen and People of Rights, Eid Rabeka, confirmed, Thursday, in the Ghanaian capital, Accra, that Algeria is working, under the leadership of the President of the Republic, Abdelmadjid Tebboune, to address memory files and the historical issues related to them, according to precise mechanisms that take into account all relevant aspects, according to what was stated in a statement by the ministry. .
In his intervention during the closing session of the international conference entitled “Building a united front to advance the cause of justice and paying compensation to Africans,” Rebeka explained that “Algeria is working under the leadership of the President of the Republic, Abdelmadjid Tebboune, according to precise and insightful mechanisms that take into account all aspects to address the issues of memory And the historical issues associated with it.”
In this regard, he appreciated the “important role” played by civil society and Algerian youth, “which adheres to its African depth in defending everything related to national memory,” the statement adds.
The Minister of Mujahideen also pointed out that Algeria, during the study of the file of recovering the skulls of the leaders of the popular resistance that were stored in the Museum of Humanity in Paris, by the competent Algerian committee, had discovered many skulls of African origin stored there, stressing that “no matter the approaches or methods… Compensation will not compensate for the magnitude of the tragedies and colonial crimes committed against the African peoples.”
Rebeka said in this regard: “We, as African peoples, share common, firm convictions about the right of generations to memory and their definite right to compensation for the crimes of genocide, slavery and apartheid,” continuing in the same context: “We must work within the framework of the collective African effort according to thoughtful and effective approaches to the file.” Reparations, and that we adhere to the issue of acknowledging crimes, acknowledging wrongdoing against the African peoples, apologizing for it, and then making reparation for the damage.”
In this regard, the Minister renewed Algeria’s support and support for all initiatives and efforts aimed at “formulating a unified African position on compensation for Africans,” the same source continues.
It is noteworthy that the work of the last day of this conference revolved around exploring the main issues related to compensation, including launching initiatives among the African diaspora across the world.
The discussion sessions addressed main topics related to “reparations as a catalyst for social change,” “women, youth, and civil society and their role in mobilizing support for reparations,” as well as “building a global advocacy movement and ensuring its sustainability.” For reference, the Minister of Mujahideen and People of Rights participated in this conference at the request of the President of the Republic, Abdelmadjid Tebboune.
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