Reflections on Nepal’s Peace Process, Chandra D. Bhatta

A new analysis piece on Nepal’s stalled peace process has been published by Chandra Bhatta and the Friedrich Ebert Stiftung . Whilst it discusses the broader process, it does make clear the implications for families of the Missing of the direction it is now taking:

The recent four-point agreement between the Maoists and the UDMF renders redundant some of the major commitments made in the CPA as it spells out to with­draw all cases involving human rights violations pending against Madhesi and Maoist cadres during insurgencies, creation of a separate Madhesi army of 10,000, foreign policy tilt to India, etc. This holds out little hope for the establishment of two commissions – Truth and Recon­ciliation and Disappeared Persons – aiming to provide transitional justice.

The document can be found at: http://www.swisspeace.ch/countries/nepal/resources.html#c3307

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