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Militants handed over to committee in Nepal

01-23-2011 08:48 BJT

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The People's Liberation Army hand-over ceremony has begun in Nepal. Leaders and diplomats from the international community are also participating in the event.

The Prime Minister, Madav Kumar Nepal, and the Unified Communist Party Chairman, Pushpa Kamal Dahal, signed an official declaration on Saturday.

The Nepalese government and opposition reached consensus last week, to remand the party's combatants and arms to the Special Committee for Supervision, Integration, and Rehabilitation.

The move comes after the UN Mission in Nepal left the country. That operation had been established to monitor the peace process. Its leaders held a flag-lowering ceremony to mark its conclusion on January 14th.




Editor:Zhang Pengfei |Source: CNTV.CN

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