Stories Tagged 'Comprehensive peace accord'
The trend has increased as Netra Bikram Chand-led outfit intensifies anti-government activitiesfull story »
The people are still haunted by the trauma of the civil war, and the only option forward is dialogue.full story »
Political developments in Nepal never cease to be interesting. The past decade saw the Second People’s Movement after King Gyanendra’s royal coup, which paved the way for the signing of a landmark Comprehensive Peace Accord that ended the decade-long Maoist insurgency. full story »
Divided civil society, differences in the modality of the transitional justice process within the victim community, and a lack of clarity on their position among the international community have all led indirectly to the delay.full story »
Eleven years have passed since the vaunted Comprehensive Peace Accord (CPA) was signed between the government and then Maoist rebels in November, 2006. full story »
Promulgation of the constitution through a Constituent Assembly, integration of Maoist combatants into the security forces, full story »