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Memorandum handed over to Prime minister demanding to ratify Rome Statute

July 17, 2018 By INSEC

A memorandum has been handed over to the Prime Minister from Gandaki Province and some of the districts from the province five through District Administration Office demanding for the ratification of Rome Statue of International Criminal Court.

According to the Palpa District representative Yagya Murti Timilsina, a memorandum has been handed over to the prime minister jointly bu INSEC Palpa and Human Rights Watch group of the district on July 17 for the ratification of Rome statute.

The memorandum was handed over to the Prime minister through Palpa CDO Krishna Prasad Pantha.

Until now 139 countries have already signed the Rome statute and 124 have already ratified it.

While accepting the memorandum, CDO Pantha committed to send the letter to the prime minister’s office.

According to the Gorkha District Representative Hari Ram Uprety, INSEC Gorkha has handed over the memorandum to prime minister through CDO Narayan Prasad Bhattrai demanding for the ratification of Rome Statue.

While receiving the memorandum, CDO Bhattarai committed to forward the letter to the prime minister’s office.

Prakash Chandra Bhattarai of Tanahu District said that on July 17, a memorandum has been handed over to the prime minister through the District Administration Office on the occasion of international justice day demanding for the ratification of Rome statute. The memorandum has also reminded the then foreign minister Upendra Yadav of presenting the agenda of Rome statue in the cabinet.

Similarly in Myagdi, Parbat, Lamjung, Baglung, Nawal Parasi and Syangja, memorandum has been handed over by INSEC demanding for the ratification of Rome statute of International Criminal Court.

 


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