Tutu Lambastes ANC Over Amnesty Issue

From Times Wire Reports

Nobel peace laureate Desmond Tutu tore into the ruling African National Congress, saying he will quit as chairman of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission unless the party's leaders admit to past atrocities. The former Anglican archbishop lambasted the ANC's chief legal advisor, Mathews Phosa, for saying that former ANC guerrillas do not need to ask for amnesty because their fight against apartheid was a "just struggle."

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