Stories Tagged 'Comprehensive peace agreement'
The imminent departure of the key people in charge of investigating and recommending punitive action for crimes committed during the 10-year-long insurgency that pitted Maoist rebels against the country’s security forces has not only thrown the timeline for completion of the transitional justice process into uncertainty but also raised serious doubts about whether the government, which the Maoists are a significant part of, and the political structure are committed to delivering justice to the conflict victims.
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It has been 12 years since the signing of the Comprehensive Peace Agreement, marking an appropriate moment for us all to sit down and reflect.
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Justice is overdue

Nov 21 2018

Twelve years have passed since the historic Comprehensive Peace Agreement was signed between the government and Maoist rebels on November 6, 2006.
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Without explicit educational and empowerment functions, the state-building process cannot succeed
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UCPN (M) Headquarters
The delay in formation of Truth and Reconciliation Commission (TRC), a transitional justice mechanism, is likely to emerge as a roadblock in constitution-writing.
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