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Amnesty refutes allegations

Amnesty International (AI) on Tuesday refuted allegations by its own ex-members that it had stood for violence and against justice.


Amnesty International in trouble

Amnesty International Nepal faces a crisis after its eight executive members resigned over the CK Raut controversy.


Remembering Maina

A decade on, Maina’s mother, Devi Sunar, is still struggling for justice


TRC recommendations

Eight years after Comprehensive Peace Agreement (CPA), process to form Truth and Reconciliation Committee (TRC) has finally started.


HRW report criticizes Nepal

World Report 2015 by Human Rights Watch says Nepal’s political parties seem intent on ensuring ongoing impunity for war crimes.


New passport troubles

The Supreme Court has ordered the government to halt the process of outsourcing the printing of machine readable passports, in the wake of Prime Minister Madhav Kumar Nepal’s statement that he was forced to award the contract to India to please the coalition parties. Republica writes: Responding to a writ petition filed against the government´s […]


Army draws flak from OHCHR

The High Level Political Mechanism held its first meeting after the demise of its coordinator Girija Prasad Koirala on Friday, but was pretty inconsequential since the three parties are still arguing about who should lead the mechanism. Republica says the parties “agreed to appoint the new coordinator after holding broad discussions on the upcoming days.” […]



 

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