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International Covenant On Civil And Political Rights: Consideration Of Reports Submitted By States Parties Under Article 40 Of The Covenant
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The Committee welcomes the initial report (CCPR/C/74/Add.2) and the core document (HRI/CORE/1/Add.42) of Nepal and expressed its appreciation to the State party for the opening of a constructive dialogue. The Committee regrets, however, that the information provided in the report was in many respects incomplete and did not follow the Committee’s guidelines for the preparation of initial reports (CCPR/C/5/Rev.1). The lack of information on factors and difficulties impeding the implementation of the Covenant prevented the Committee from gaining a clear idea of the real human rights situation in the country.
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Progress Report in English
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CIVIL RIGHTS, POLITICAL RIGHTS, ECONOMIC DEPRESSION, HUMAN RIGHTS MONITORING, HUMAN RIGHTS, HUMAN RIGHTS VIOLATIONS, CHILDREN, WAGES, EDUCATION, WOMEN, DEBT BONDAGE, LAW ENFORCEMENT
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 UN : International Peace and Security
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14.02.02  -  Human Rights
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