Nepal: The search for justice
Impunity is a longstanding problem in Nepal where lack of political will to account for past and present actions of the politically well-connected is compounded by other obstacles to justice, especially for those who lack financial resources or social influence. This climate of impunity also poses dangers for Nepal’s human rights defenders. As this report shows, addressing Nepal’s impunity problem is a significant challenge, but it is essential to securing lasting peace and stability.
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