Mohna Ansari

Ansari is a member of the National Human Rights Commission.


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A chance to clean up

It has been 12 years since the signing of the Comprehensive Peace Agreement, marking an appropriate moment for us all to sit down and reflect.

An unequal constitution

We finally framed a new constitution through a Constituent Assembly after four years of debate and discussion on the constitutional issues. Yet for all the toils, we could not do justice to women.

The politics of human rights

Although basic human rights were guaranteed under the International Human Rights Law many years before, it was only in the Constitution of the Kingdom of Nepal, 1990 that the provisions relating to human rights were incorporated for the first time.

Toothless commissions

The government has tabled bills in Parliament for the establishment of four constitutional commissions, namely the Madhesi, Janajati, Tharu and Muslim commissions.

Human wrongs

The national human rights institution is being criticised for raising the issues of human rights violations

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