Stories Tagged 'Commission of investigation on enforced disappeared persons'
As many as 51 persons, including the retired high court judges, former government secretaries and a former member of the Commission of Investigation on Enforced Disappeared Persons, have applied for 10 posts in the two transitional justice bodies.full story »
The recommendation committee formed to select new office-bearers for the Truth and Reconciliation Commission and the Commission of Investigation on Enforced Disappeared Persons has called for applications from interested candidates.full story »
Now that the commissions are seeking to refresh their membership, the government must learn from the mistakes of the past. To ensure accountability for human rights abuses committed during the armed conflict, the commitment has to come from the government. full story »
The transitional justice process needs immediate review because it is taking foreverfull story »
Twelve years have passed since the historic Comprehensive Peace Agreement was signed between the government and Maoist rebels on November 6, 2006. full story »
Less than five months to the end of the extended tenure of the two transitional justice bodies, little or no progress has been made in investigating the war-era cases of human rights violation as the government continues to delay the release of funds necessary for the process.full story »