Stories Tagged 'Conflict victims'
Just as the extended mandate of two transitional justice bodies is set to expire in a month, there seems to be little progress in achieving consensus among parties on various issues, which could delay the process of finalising amendment to the Transitional Justice Act, a lack of which would stall the entire transitional justice process.
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Taking serious exception to the 23-point charter issued by umbrella bodies of conflict victims last week, a section of civil society members knocked the door of United Nations resident coordinator to intervene in the matter.
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Conflict victims have demanded reforms in the two transitional justice commissions that have largely failed to achieve the desired progress.
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Nepal Army officials and conflict victims will accompany cross-party leaders on the Swiss-funded junket to Bangkok where they will discuss a possible course to conclude the transitional justice process that has been going on for more than a decade.
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Annoyed by and impatient at the delays by the transitional justice bodies and the federal government in finalising the reparation policy, conflict victims have started reaching out to the local governments for priority while formulating the local policy—one of the many reparation measures.
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Following delays by the government and the transitional justice bodies in providing justice to conflict victims, a group of human rights activists has started consultation with the political parties and conflict victims to form a common strategy for concluding the investigations.
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