The National Assembly was a divided House on Tuesday when Prime Minister Saara Kuugongelwa-Amadhila tabled the widely contested genocide deal brokered between the German and Namibian governments for ratification. The Namibia press agency reports that the prime minister noted that the genocide issue was a sensitive one. She also conceded that the protracted negotiations did not yield the desired outcomes and that the genocide reparations were insufficient. She however maintained that government had the best interest of the affected communities at heart.