The Peace Committee of Nepal on Wednesday prepared a draft of the Agreement on Cease-fire and Human Rights and Abidance of Humanitarian Laws, state-run Radio Nepal reported Thursday.
"The peace agreement is a component of the Cease-fire and Human Rights Agreement to be signed between the government and the guerrillas of Nepal," the radio quoted Ram Chandra Paudel, committee convener as saying.
The committee also prepared a draft of the Peace Council to be formed in the local level, Paudel revealed.
The draft mentioned that the cease-fire agreement will be signed after reaching a consensus by both sides to peacefully resolve the problems through talks so as to transform cease-fire into permanent peace by the government and the guerrillas, Paudel noted.
The cease-fire will be in force in the entire territory of Nepal.
The draft agreement mentions that both sides will be committed to the universal declaration of human rights, international humanitarian laws and basic principles and norms of human rights, and the understanding reached between the government and the guerrillas, he added.