12 Point Peace Agreement Nepal

The search for integration paths for peace has become, in recent years, one of the cornerstones of the international peace-building agenda. While there is growing consensus that the inclusion of different constituencies and interests in conflict resolution processes is a determining factor in the establishment of lasting peace, there remains great confusion and differences of opinion as to the timing and succession of the integration of several factors into the organization of the peace process in order to find legitimate, just and lasting solutions to complex long-term armed conflicts. This report contributes to this debate by conducting a comparative assessment of «incremental integration» approaches for armed groups and non-signatory civil society actors during the negotiation and implementation of four peace/ceasefire agreements. 1.3.Both parties provide all agencies under their control with the necessary guidance for the immediate implementation of this agreement, compliance with this agreement and its implementation. 6.2. Decisions taken at the 8 November 2006 meeting of the leaders of the seven parties and the NPC (Maoist) would be the main political basis for long-term peace. 4.6. In accordance with the commitment expressed in the letter to the United Nations, the Nepalese army is locked up in the barracks. Guarantee that weapons will not be used for or against any party. The Nepalese army will store the same amount of weapons, according to that of the Maoists, and seal them with one and give the key to the affected party.

If there is a need to investigate the weapons stored, the United Nations would do so in the presence of the party concerned. Prepare the details of the technology, including the surveillance camera in accordance with the agreement between the Government of Nepal, the Maoists and the United Nations. 5.2.3. Both parties also agree to publish, within 60 days of the signing of the agreement, the names, castes and addresses of persons «disappeared» or killed during the conflict, as well as to inform family members. 7.7.1. both parties agree with freedom of opinion and freedom of expression; the freedom to assemble peacefully and unarmed; Free movement; to practice or practice a profession, industry or business without freedom; press and publishing rights; The freedom to participate in peaceful political activities; The right to equality before the law; and implement and implement a tolerable legal system.