Desegregation, Penal Reform & Institutionalization – Remedying Caste Discrimination in a Full Democracy


As a supplement to the dissolution of the Parliament in 2002, the February 1st Royal Proclamation ruled out the possibility of an executive based on the elected legislature. The historical decision of the Supreme Court dissolving RCCC, one of the components of the present regime has indeed lifted the veil of the power ruling authority. Increasingly, the political activists have been house-arrested, imprisoned, abducted and even exiled. Local elections have been forced without the representation of the majority of the popular will. Human Rights defenders are being detained in huge numbers. The freedom of press is being infringed day-by-day. And, international communities watch aloof! 

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