For the past four years the country remained under the seize of major three political parties, claimed Kamal Thapa of Rastriya Prajatantra Party-Nepal while talking to journalists in Khadbari of Sankhuwasabha district May 10, 2012.
“They are running the government through a structured syndicate”, he also claimed, and continued by stating “The malpractices of the political parties have pushed the country to the brink and even if the new constitution is drafted before May 28, it will merely be a document of ‘power sharing deal’ between the so-called big political parties.”
“Our party is in favor of the revival of constitutional monarchy and Hindu state. A constitution without clear provisions for a constitutional monarchy is not imaginable.”
“Since monarchy uprooted, Nepal has become like a parentless child”, he claimed and when asked about unity with parties of ex-panchas Thapa replied, “As long as they stand in favor of the republican order unity was impossible.”