The Chair of Nepal’s Parliament Subash Chandra Nembang who had led a delegation to New Delhi to attend the 5th SAARC-level Speakers’ Conference returned home, July 13, 2011.
Upon return, Nembang told point-blank at the Tribhuwan International Airport talking to media persons that the international community would be adjudged victorious only if Nepal’s peace and constitutional processes are successfully completed.
Else, Nembang hinted sure shot failure of Nepali political parties to successfully complete- in all likelihood the “most expensive constitution drafting process ever” would tentatively mean the international community too had failed. Blaming others for your failures!
“There is absolutely no alternative to bringing peace and constitutional process to its desired end”, Nembang told Kantipur and added, “Its success is the victory of international community.”
Does that mean the international community is certain to fail in Nepal or is being made to fail?
However, Nembang providing some relief to the international community-that has more stakes in Nepal’s peace process (in financial terms only), said, “I am very much hopeful that much ahead of August 31, the preliminary draft of the constitution will be available and progress will be made in the peace process”.
During his India visit, Nembang also met with the Indian Prime Minister Man Mohan Singh and other leaders.
Must have gained “energy”.
“I found them quite positive. They were also of the view that Nepali leadership itself should sort problems internal to Nepal”, the speaker told media persons.
A bad carpenter quarells with his tools.