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Three-Year Comprehensive Peace Accord (CPA) Summary Report 2006-2009
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The report has been published on the occasion of the completion of three
years period of the signing of Comprehensive Peace Accord(CPA) done between the Government of Nepal and Communist Party of Nepal(Maoist). The Accord intrusted the National Human Rights Commission for monitoring the level of respect for human rights by both the parties. The monitoring reports of the Commission shows that both the parties are found less successful in order to comply with the provisions of the Accord. During this period as well both the parties were found involved in various cases of human rights violation such as extra judicial killing, torture, enforced disappearance of human persons, illegal detention, displacement, rights of child and women, explosion of ammunition causing human death and injuries followed by violation of various
economic and social rights. In order to respond the issues of violation of
some of those rights the long awaited the Truth and Reconciliation
Commission has yet to be formed. The ineffective implementation of NHRC recommendations and inability to bring the perpetrators of crime and human rights violations to justice have contributed to increase the level of the impunity in the society. Likewise increased level of differences between the leaders of major political parties on the implementation of CPA has also been an obstacle on the implementation of the Accord.
Publisher:
NHRC/UNDP ,   (2009 )
Type / Script:
Progress Report in English
Keywords:
HUMAN RIGHTS, JUDICIAL KILLING, TORTURE, MATERIALIZED, VIOLATION OF RIGHTS, FUNDAMENTAL RIGHTS, DISPLACED PERSON, JUDICIAL ADMINISTRATION, HOSTAGE, POLICE CUSTODIES, RIGHT TO LIFE, RIGHT TO INDIVIDUAL, DIGNITY, FREEDOM, INDIGENOUS NATIONALITY, LAW ENFORCEMENT, CULTURE OF IMPUNITY, ENFORCED DISAPPEARANCE, AGREEMENT, RECONCILIATION COMMISSION, SOCIO ECONOMIC SECURITY, CIVIL AND POLITICAL FERRDOM, SOCIAL TRANSFORMATION, IMPLIMENTATION AND IMPROVEMENT, ARMED CONFLICT, COMPREHENSIVE PEACE ACCORD
Thematic Group:
 UNDP : Social and Institutional Developoment
Thesaurus:
01.03.00  -  Maintenance Of Peace And Security
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