Stories Tagged 'Transitional justice'
Nepal will make its case for the country’s transitional justice process at the 40th session of the Human Rights Council in Geneva, where it is expected to assuage the concerns of the international community on the completion of the remaining tasks of the homegrown peace process.
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Suspending rules, the National Assembly on Sunday endorsed the amendment bill relating to the inquiry into the Enforced Disappeared Persons, Truth and Reconciliation Act-2014.
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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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As less than two weeks remains for the terms of the two transitional justice bodies to expire, any breakthrough on the larger course of the process is unlikely anytime soon even if both the victims’ associations are ready for dialogue.
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Conflict Victims National Network, a newly formed association of dissident conflict victims, has ruled out the possibility of participating in any form of mechanism that deals with the transitional justice process.
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With just two weeks remaining for the mandates of two transitional justice bodies to expire, confusion looms over Nepal’s transitional justice process, which has dragged on for more than a decade since the end of the civil war. 
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