PRESS RELEASE BY THE FOUNDATION FOR EQUALITY BEFORE THE LAW
22 May 2015
FREEDOM PARK'S REFUSAL TO PLACE THE NAMES OF AIR FORCE PERSONNEL WHO DIED DURING THE 1983 CAR-BOMB EXPLOSION ON A MEMORIAL WALL AT FREEDOM PARK MAKES A MOCKERY OF OUR CONSTITUTION
“...The adoption of this Constitution lays the secure foundation for the people of South Africa to transcend the divisions and strife of the past, which generated gross violations of human rights, the transgression of humanitarian principles in violent conflicts and a legacy of hatred, fear guilt and revenge.
These can now be addressed on the basis that there is a need for understanding but not for vengeance, a need for reparation but not for retaliation, a need for ubuntu but not for victimization...”