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Interview :: Human Rights : International : Politics
Nationwide Uprising in Nepal: An Interview with a U.S. Ally
16 Apr 2006
Modified: 10:40:36 PM
Since the beginning of April, at least hundreds of thousands of people in the cities and countryside of Nepal have taken to the streets to demand democracy. This interview discusses what sparked it and the outcomes so far.
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Since the beginning of April, hundreds of thousands of people in Nepal have flooded streets and city centers demanding a democratic government and the dethroning of the king who seized power last year. This is an interview with Sage Radachowky, a U.S. activist who coordinates the International Nepal Solidarity Network web site ( Sage talks about the recent uprisings.

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