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Local Initiative Of Peace Building In Nepal

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Context of the Study
With the signing of the Comprehensive Peace Accord (CPA) on 22nd November 2006, a decade long Maoist conflict ended with the aim to end the peace process by accomplishing the tasks of management of arms and armies, and promulgation of a new constitution through a Constituent Assembly (GON, 2007). Since then the Communist Party Nepal (Maoist) insurgent group, agreed to start peaceful politics to which the management of arms and armies stood as a major task of the peace process. To manage the arms and armies, the Interim Constitution (2007) incorporated a provision of the Special Committee (SC) in the Article 146. Pursuant to this Article, the SC established by the ...view middle of the document...

In order to fulfill the existing vacuüm, SC took over a challenging task of monitoring of cantoned arms and armies along with the responsibilities assigned by the council of ministers in its Term of References[3]. Amidst all the speculations and generalizations, an agreement was signed between the Government of Nepal and Unified Communist Party Nepal (Maoist) on 15th January 2011 toestablish a new monitoring mechanism under the structure of the SC and its secretariat[4].

As local initiative, Special Committee including 2 members from four major political parties; United Communist Party Nepal (Maoist), Nepali Congress, Communist Party of Nepal and Technical Committee (Secretariat) constituted in 2008. In view of the fact that the formation of the Special Committee, various agreements signed among and between the major political parties to bring to a close the task of integration and rehabilitation of Maoist Army Combatants (MACs). A number of alternatives and modalities of integration and rehabilitation were discussed at political level and wide ranges...

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