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OHCHR urges the Government to enforce the Court order on the Maina Sunuwar case and advance commitment to ending impunity
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On the occasion of the seventh anniversary of the alleged torture and killing of the fifteen year-old Maina Sunuwar, the Head of the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights in Nepal (OHCHR-Nepal), Jyoti Sanghera urges the Government to enforce the court order against the four accused Nepal Army personnel issued by the Kavre district court on 31 January 2008. all decisions from the judiciary, regarding those presumed responsible for serious human rights violations during and after conflict, are fully respected by all concerned institutional actors particularly by army and Nepal police.

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UNOHCHR ,   (2011 )
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Press Release in English
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HUMAN RIGHTS, RIGHT TO SECURITY OF PERSON, LEGAL AID, HUMAN SECURITY, CRIME, TORTURE VICTIMS, COURT DECISIONS, JUDGMENTS, JUDICIAL DECISIONS, LEGAL DECISIONS, CRIMINAL COURTS
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 UNOHCHR : UN High Commissioner for Human Rights
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14.04.02  -  Crime And Criminal Justice
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