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Human rights organizations urge Speaker Sapkota not to participate in the IPU program


N24 Correspondent, KATHMANDU:- Various organizations working in the field of human rights have requested the organizers not to allow Nepal’s Speaker Agni Prasad Sapkota to attend the meeting of the Inter-Legislative Association (IPU) to be held in Madrid, Spain.

Speaker Sapkota is also invited to the 143rd meeting of the Inter-Legislative Union (IPU) to be held in Madrid, Spain from November 26 to 30. However, the organization, including the Accountability Monitoring Group, has demanded the organizers to withdraw the invitation given to Sapkota.

Stating that police investigations into Speaker Sapkota’s murder during the armed conflict were underway, the Accountability Monitoring Group called on the Spanish government to ban Sapkota from entering the country and to launch an investigation into the international jurisdiction of international crime.

Speaker Sapkota is accused of killing Arjun Bahadur Lama of Kavre in April 2005. Charan Prasai, the coordinator of the Accountability Monitoring Committee, has also written a letter to the President of the Inter-Legislative Association, the Foreign Minister of Spain, and the Spanish Embassy in Delhi overseeing Nepal.

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