Archbishop Desmond Tutu (centre) and fellow commissioners listen to testimony during the South African Truth and Reconciliation Commission in London in April 1996. Picture: AFP Archbishop Desmond Tutu (centre) and fellow commissioners listen to testimony during the South African Truth and Reconciliation Commission in London in April 1996. Picture: AFP
Archbishop Desmond Tutu (centre) and fellow commissioners listen to testimony during the South African Truth and Reconciliation Commission in London in April 1996. Picture: AFP
Jason Wordie
Opinion

Opinion

Then & Now by Jason Wordie

Imagine it’s 2035 – what excuses might Hong Kong’s current leaders offer for their past actions?

  • When the day of reckoning arrives, will those in charge simply claim that they were just following orders?

Archbishop Desmond Tutu (centre) and fellow commissioners listen to testimony during the South African Truth and Reconciliation Commission in London in April 1996. Picture: AFP Archbishop Desmond Tutu (centre) and fellow commissioners listen to testimony during the South African Truth and Reconciliation Commission in London in April 1996. Picture: AFP
Archbishop Desmond Tutu (centre) and fellow commissioners listen to testimony during the South African Truth and Reconciliation Commission in London in April 1996. Picture: AFP
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