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संयुक्त राष्ट्रसंघीय मानवअधिकार उच्चायुक्तको कार्यालय, नेपाल प्रेस विज्ञप्ति - २०६७ वैशाख १६ संयुक्त राष्ट्रसंघद्वारा आगामी विरोध कार्यक्रमहरुका क्रममा संयम अपनाउन आह्वान एकीकृत नेपाल कम्युनिष्ट पार्टी (माओबादी)द्वारा घोषित विरोध कार्यक्रमहरुका सन्दर्भमा संयुक्त राष्ट्रसंघीय मानवअधिकार उच्चायुक्तको नेपालस्थित कार्यालय (उच्चायुक्तको कार्यालय - नेपाल) सबै पात्रहरु - एनेकपा (माओबादी), सरकार र सुरक्षाफौज - लाई तनावपूर्ण र...
UNOHCHR, (2010)
Statement by Richard Bennett Representative of the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights in Nepal Delivered at an Interaction Programme on Democracy, Dignity and Peace Regarding Dalit Emancipation in Nepal 5 December 2007, Kathmandu Dignity is, of course, not one of the human rights laid out in the Declaration, nor in the human rights instruments that have come into force in the past 60 years. However, it is difficult to imagine living a life of dignity without that life includi...
UNOHCHR, (2007)
Statement attributable to the Spokesman for the Secretary-General on Nepal New York, 23 December 2004 The conflict is undermining democracy and human rights and seriously hindering development activities. Reports that human rights defenders in Nepal face grave threats to their safety and security are very disturbing. The safety and ability of the Nat...
UN, (2004)
Representative of the Secretary-General in Nepal Karin Landgren’s Remarks (At the Farewell Reception Organized by UCPN-Maoist ) The 2008 election changed many things for Nepal. It confirmed the true and permanent entry of UCPN-M into democratic multiparty competitive politics. It confirmed the aspirations of the people of Nepal for change. And for a very few others, it confir...
UNMIN, (2011)
Ian Martin Special Representative of the Secretary-General in Nepal Press Conference at the Reporter’s Club, Kathmandu (28 May 2008) I congratulate the people of Nepal on the achievement of convening the historic Constituent Assembly. The United Nations is proud to have assisted in the election of the most inclusive body Nepal has yet known. Its democratically-elected representati...
UNMIN, (2008)
Press Briefing of the Representative of the Secretary-General in Nepal, Ms.Karin Landgren, Delivered at the Press Conference (31 July 2009) The political developments that have delayed the peace process are described in the Secretary-General’s report (S/2009/351). The circumstances surrounding the dismissal of the Chief of Army Staff by the previous Maoist-led Government, the countermand...
UNMIN, (2009)
Ian Martin Special Representative of the Secretary-General in Nepal There are a number of peace processes where there is implementation machinery defined which the United Nations participates in or supports. Indeed here in Nepal we were asked to be members of a broader advisory committee around the Peace Ministry. ...
UNMIN, (2007)
Statement to the Press: Ian Martin Special Representative of the United Nations Secretary-General (1 May 2007) UNMIN’s central purpose in Nepal is to contribute to the success of a Constituent Assembly election which in turn will contribute to lasting peace. We would have been delighted if it had proved possible to hold such an election before this year’s mon...
UNMIN, (2007)
Report of the Secretary-General on the Protection of Civilians in Armed Conflict The present fifth report on the protection of civilians in armed conflict is submitted pursuant to the request of the President of the Security Council containedin his statement of 14 December 2004 (S/PRST/2004/46). 2. Five years ago, in April 2000,...
UN, (2005)
(unofficial) Agreement between the Political Parties to Amend the Constitution and take Forward the Peace Process Agreement has been reached on the following points, which has been achieved through the incorporation of the spirit of all of the understandings, agreements and decisions made in the past, including the Comprehensive Peace Accord. The aim here is to...
UNMIN, (2006)
12-Point Understanding Reached Between the Seven Political Parties and Nepal Communist Party (Maoists) The struggle between absolute monarchy and democracy running for a long time in Nepal has now been reached in a very grave and new turn. It has become the need of today to establish peace by resolving the 10-year old armed conflict through a forward ...
UNMIN, (2005)
Agreement Between the Government of Nepal and the Madhesi People’s Right Forum, Nepal As a continuation and realisation of the feelings of the historic people’s movement of 2006/2007, and in order to end all aspects of discrimination against Madhesis, indigenous peoples/janajatis, dalits, women, backward classes and minorities, includ...
UNMIN, (2007)
Agreement Between the Government Talks Team comprising the Seven Parties and the Federal Republic National Front, Nepal In keeping with the spirit of the movements of the Limbuwan, Khambuwan, Tamangsaling, Tharuhat and Dalit women; ending all forms of discrimination that evolved over a period of 239 years, because of the centralized feudal state, against the aspiratio...
UNMIN, (2008)
Agreement on the Management of Arms and Armies In Keeping with letters to the United Nation (UN) Secretary -General of 9 August and the comprehensive peace accord of 21 November 2006.Guaranteeing the fundamental rights of the Nepali people to take part in the constituent assembly election in a fr...
UNMIN, (2006)
At the Meeting of the Top Leaders Held Today at the Prime Minister’s Residence in Baluwatar The Constituent Assembly election will be held on 10 April 2008 (2064 Chait 28). This election will bring epochal change to Nepal and will make the people sovereign in a real sense. The election will prove to be a great achievement of the Nepali peop...
UNMIN, (2008)
Constituent Assembly Rules of Procedure Preamble: These rules have been formulated in order to implement the rights provided by Article 78 of the Interim Constitution of Nepal, 2063, regarding the operation of the Constituent Assembly; maintaining the order of the meeting; defining the com...
UNMIN, (2008)
Fifth Amendment to the Interim Constitution of Nepal, 2006 (BS 2063) Preamble: Because it has become necessary to amend the Interim Constitution of Nepal, 2006, the Constituent Assembly has issued this amendment, pursuant to Sub-article (1) of Article 83 of the Interim Constitution of Nepal, 2006. Nepapli Version: ...
GoN, (2008)
The Code of Conduct for Ceasefire Agreed Between the Government of Nepal and the CPN (Maoist) on 25 May 2006 at Gokarna Respecting the popular mandate expressed through the historic people’s movement in favor of full democracy, progress and peace; Remaining committed towards the Universal Declaration of Human Rights 1948, and the basic principles and norms concerning ...
UNMIN, (2006)
Unofficial Translation of the Comprehensive Peace Agreement Concluded Between the Government of Nepal and the Communist Party of Nepal (Maoist) (November 21, 2006) Reaffirming total commitment to the 12-point understanding and the 8-point agreement concluded between the Seven Political Parties and the CPN (Maoist) and the 25-point codes of conduct agreed between the Government of Nepal and the CPN (Maoist), all...
GoN, (2006)
Karin Landgren, Representative of the Secretary-General in Nepal (29 March 2009) The best overview of where things stand is probably Ian Martin’s last statement to the Security Council in January. It not only gives where things stand, but looks back at the beginning of the (peace) process. I was in New York at the beginning of th...
UNMIN, (2009)
Remarks at the Opening of the Nepal Peace Process Photo Exhibit (6 August 2008) Through a decade of conflict, Nepal was the subject of great concern at the United Nation. But as the images in this exhibition illustrate, remarkable changes are now underway. From the people’s movement of 2006 to the historic Constituent Assembly e...
UN, (2008)
Security Council There have been discussions among the major parties, including between the Communist Party of Nepal (Maoist) — which has now been renamed the Unified Communist Party of Nepal (Maoist) following its merger with a smaller communist party, although I sh...
UN, (2009)
Statement Attributable to the Spokesman for the Secretary-General on Nepal The Secretary-General welcomes the news that the Communist Party of Nepal (Maoist) has decided to extend by one month the unilateral ceasefire that it had declared in September. It That the Secretary-General had recently called for an extension and ...
UN, (2005)
Statement Attributable to the Spokesman for the Secretary-General on Nepal The Secretary-General welcomes the Government of Nepal's decision to lift the state of emergency over the weekend and to free in the last few weeks several political party leaders and activists. These were measures the Secretary-General had urged dur...
UN, (2005)
Statement by Representative of the Secretary-General Karin Landgren The United Nations Mission in Nepal (UNMIN) congratulates Mr. Madhav Kumar Nepal on his election as Prime Minister of the Federal Democratic Republic of Nepal.UNMIN calls on all parties to cooperate in order to carry forward Nepal’s peace process, in...
UNMIN, (2009)
Statement Attributable to the Spokesman for the Secretary General on Nepal The Secretary ­General congratulates the Government of Nepal and the Communist Party of Nepal (Maoist) on the signing yesterday of a Comprehensive Peace Agreement. Through ending the armed conflict, the people of Nepal now have the opportunity to bu...
UN, (2006)
Presidential Statement by the Security Council “The Security Council expresses its concern about the current political crisis in Nepal, and underscores the urgent need for the Government of Nepal and all political parties to continue to work together in the spirit of compromise. The Council notes...
UN, (2009)
Resolution 1825 (2008) - Adopted by the Security Council at its 5941st meeting, on 23 July 2008 Reaffirming the sovereignty, territorial integrity and political independence of Nepal and its ownership of the implementation of the Comprehensive Peace Agreement and subsequent agreements, Recalling the signing on 21 November 2006 by the Government...
UN, (2008)
Security Council Extends Mandate of United Nations Mission in Nepal The Security Council today extended the mandate of the United Nations Mission in Nepal (UNMIN), which was to expire today, for a further six months on the request of Nepal’s Government. Unanimously adopting resolution 1864 (2009), the Council endorse...
UN, (2009)
The Secretary-General - Address to the Constituent Assembly Of Nepal (1 November 2008) It is a great honor to be the first United Nations Secretary-General to address this Constituent Assembly. I offer sincere congratulation sonth historic transformation your country has undergone and in which you have played such a key role. Let me al...
UN, (2008)