In a highly divisive environment, if you do something that invites criticism from all conflicting parties, it means you must have done something right.
This is the case with the Truth for Reconciliation Commission (TRC). Its fact-finding report which was unveiled to the public on Monday has attracted criticism from all parties involved in the conflict that led to the military crackdown in 2010.
The report found the military guilty of using excessive force. It also criticised the Democrat government for failing to strictly monitor ground operations to prevent abuse of power.
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