German colonial forces killed thousands of Herero and Nama between 1904 과 1908, after the tribes rebelled against German rule of the colony, then named German South-West Africa.
Survivors were driven into the desert, where many ended up in concentration camps to be used as slave labour, some dying of cold, malnutrition and exhaustion.
“The agreement falls short … on meaningful apology and reparations … (과) contains no justice and only sharpens our pain,” Kavemuii Murangi, a descendant of one of the victims, 성명에서 말했다.
The German embassy in Windhoek was not immediately available to comment.
A pro-government faction of the Herero and Nama provisionally accepted Germany’s offer, one of its leaders, Gerson Katjirua, said at a news conference. The parliamentary vote, due later on Tuesday, was likely to pass.