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Adding insult to injury: Continued impunity for wartime abuses

Human Rights Watch

  • Impunidad
  • Guerra
  • Responsabilidad del Estado
  • Violación a los derechos humanos
  • Nepal


As documented in our three previous reports, Waiting for Justice (2008), Still Waiting for Justice (2009), and Indifference to Duty (2010), many victims’ families have identified alleged perpetrators of extrajudicial killings and enforced disappearances, and provided evidence to the police. But time and again, the police have been derelict in their duties, and failed to conduct investigations, even in the face of Supreme Court orders. Politicians and other actors, including the Nepal Army (known as the Royal Nepal Army before 2006) and the former armed opposition group, the United Communist Party of Nepal-Maoist (UCPN-M), have colluded to prevent accountability. Consecutive governments havewithdrawn cases pending in the courts and tried to grant blanket amnesties, suggesting a lack of independence on the part of the prosecutor and the judiciary

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