This comprehensive peace agreement seeks to end the conflict between the Government of Nepal and the Communist Party of Nepal (Maoist). It comprises a ceasefire including the management of arms and armies of both the national army and the Moist group by the United Nations. It calls for political, economic and social change in the country and adherence to humanitarian law and human rights principles, including through the establishment of a National Human Rights Commission, a Truth and Reconciliation Commission and a National Peace and Rehabilitation Commission. The agreement calls for the election of a constituent assembly to end the transition period and calls on the UN to observe and assist the electoral process. The agreement also calls for the nationalization of all property belonging to the King and Queen and to decide by a simple majority in the first constitutional assembly meeting whether to retain the monarchy as an institution.