Prime Minister Sushil Koirala has once again made it clear to his detractors, mostly in his own party that he will not step down until the country gets the new constitution. Long Live the Prime Minister! But when a State sponsored free trip to US? “I am not fond of power and post. However, I will resign after I complete the duties I have been assigned to,” said Koirala who also heads the Nepali Congress party.
“Protest is a compulsion not an passion,” clarified further Baburam. Under no circumstances are we going to accept a constitution drafted through majority, he also warned. He suggested that the parties in government and opposition need to find a middle way to resolve their disputes.
“We have properly analyzed the situation prevailing in the country. The country is in need of a strong nationalist and democratic force. This is where the core lay of the integration process.” “The bottom-line is to give shape of a nationalist democratic party,” adds Bohara further. “If both the parties continue with their rigid stands then the ongoing talks between the two parties will be immediately disrupted.”
Chairman Mohan Baidya Kiran of Nepal Communist Party-Maoist believes that unity between the fractured Maoists’ parties is the only way to liberate the country and the countrymen. Thus, he claims the ongoing movement to reunify the Maoists’ parties is going to be historical. Birds of same feather flock together.
“Having failed to promulgate the constitution within the one year deadline instead of formulating new schedule to complete the constitution drafting task, Nembang in an unashamed manner claims that he is still waiting for the parties to resolve their disputes.”
In the absence of party Chairman Pushpa Kamal, the Unified Maoists Party Baburam is busy holding talks with the leaders of the ruling parties. Accompanied by Party general secretary Krishna Bahadur Mahara, Pushpa Kamal and his consort Sita Dahal are presently in Kunmin of Yunan province at the invitation of the Communist Party of China.
The Unified Maoists Party leader Baburam Bhattarai met with Chairman KP Sharma Oli of United Marxist Leninist at the latter’s private residence in Balkot, Bhaktapur, Wednesday, March 25, 2015. Sources claim that the two leaders discussed possibility of consensus between the major parties over contentious issues of constitution drafting.
“Personal matters are accorded top priority. We have been serving foreigners. We have become selfish,” said the Nepali Congress leader in his exclusive write up for the Kantipur Daily dated March 25, 2015. “The prevailing trend is adding to the already complex situation. We have failed to make self judgement.” “If we shun this trend observed among ourselves, the crisis could be resolved,” he says.
The party unity is not possible now under the leadership of Chairman Prachanda.
The seeds of yet another conflict are for sure to be sown which
For Madhesh the party has been carrying the agenda of the Madhesh based
This is not that I have told. I am speaking to what the
It is now a question more to be studied by Chairman Prachanda himself.
As regards your tagged question, the prime question is whether we need it
Is it that if and when India says then only the opposition should
Now the constitution draft shall go by the process. There is no need
The UML is a party equipped having capable leaders. And when you have
The CA body will not remain in a silent mood even if any
So said Ram Chandra Poudel of Nepali Congress talking exclusively with Kantipur Daily,
So said chairman of Rastriya Jan Shakti Party, Mr Surya Bahadur Thapa today
“We will be forced to re-grab weapons”, he declared at a press interaction
China’s aggressive economic investment in Nepal, worry for India