Stories Tagged 'Conflict victims'
Conflict victims, who have for long complained that they have been neglected, have warned that they will not accept the transitional justice process if the new leaderships in the Truth and Reconciliation Commission, and Commission of the Investigation of Enforced Disappeared Persons are selected without proper consultation.
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As the current leadership at two transitional justice commissions is set to retire in two weeks, conflict victims and human rights defenders have expressed concerns over security and confidentiality of the complaints filed at the two offices.
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As the terms of the officials of two transitional justice bodies near completion, conflict victims have demanded “a free and fair process” for appointing new chairpersons and members and called on the government not to re-appoint the incumbent officials.
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The state has always been apathetic towards individuals living with disabilities caused by the conflict.
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The government has started consultation with the conflict victims to find a solution to the ongoing deadlock in the investigation of war-era crimes.
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The Cabinet on Monday night decided to extend the terms of the two transitional justice bodies by at least one year--but not of the officials. The move may placate the conflict victims even as it lacks substance.
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