Committee on genocide and repatriations wants 29 May recognised as Genocide Remembrance Day

Committee on genocide and repatriations wants 29 May recognised as Genocide Remembrance Day

Namibia wants Germany to apologise in the National Assembly on 29 May any year, for atrocities committed against the Ovaherero, Ovambanderu, and Nama communities in 1904-1908.
The committee on genocide and reparations says 29 May should henceforth serve as a Genocide Remembrance Day.
The 29 May 1907 is the day on which concentration camps in Namibia, were closed.