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Deepak Joshi Pokhrel and Rajendra Senchurey

Pokhrel is a conflict analyst working with Go Go Foundation. Senchurey is a human rights activist currently working with Nepal Peacebuilding Initiative
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The arrogance of NCP will be costly

Published On: September 4, 2020 09:50 AM NPT By: Deepak Joshi Pokhrel and Rajendra Senchurey

Nepalis are used to with making and breaking of governments. The young democracy that Nepal introduced in 1950 was nabbed by King Mahendra only after a decade in 1960, imposing a party-less Panchayat system. People revolted and restored democracy after three decades in 1990. But another three decades of democracy after that spawned more than two dozen governments under different political parties.

Free the by-elections

Published On: October 16, 2019 01:30 AM NPT By: Deepak Joshi Pokhrel and Rajendra Senchurey

The gross violation of election code of conduct is a major threat to a free, fair and peaceful election. It could jeopardize integrity and eclipse the sanctity of democratic exercise

To forgive or not to forgive

Published On: September 12, 2019 01:00 AM NPT By: Deepak Joshi Pokhrel and Rajendra Senchurey

Failure of the government to adhere to the Supreme Court verdict in relation to amnesty could further agonize the victims, setting the ground for vengeance and violence

Justice in transition

Published On: August 14, 2019 01:30 AM NPT By: Deepak Joshi Pokhrel and Rajendra Senchurey

What about probable international intervention mandated by the United Nations Security Council? The Hague is not the pie in the sky for the justice seekers in Nepal