INSEC urges for transitional management as per international law and SC verdict

  November 21, 2017 By: INSEC

The Informal Sector Service Center (INSEC) while releasing a press statement on November 21 on the occasion of completing 11 years on signing of Comprehensive Peace Accord (CPA) has demanded to follow ordinance issued by Supreme Court on 2 January 2014 along with the amendment as per the norms of international law.

” On this day of completing 11 years of signing of CPA we would like demand government and political parties to completely follow Peace Accord , relief to the victims and effective management of reparation  along with the following ordinance issued by the SC and following of international laws’, the statement issued and signed by INSEC chairperson Subodh Raj Pyakurel states.

The signing of comprehensive peace accord along with the formal end of decade long armed conflict completes 11 years today. During this period important work such as promulgation of constitution, holding of local level election and management of Maoist combatant were completed.

“But the essential issues raised by conflict victims remained in shadow during this period. The peace accord is taken as a point of progression for the progress and establishment of democracy with social justice,” the statement says.

“It took nine years to form transitional judicial mechanism as described in peace agreement. No one is seen to be keen on addressing the issues of conflict victims as the tenure of two justice mechanism is expiring soon.” The statement says.

The statement also cautioned the political parties to be alert about the international law.


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