Prime Minister Baburam has forwarded two alternatives to unlock the present political deadlock.
First, claimed Baburam, is to revive the constituent assembly on the grounds of the five point agreement reached between political parties and the second one is to hold fresh elections.
“I do not think that there lay any other alternatives under our sleeves.”
This means he wants to remain in seat for an indefinite period.
“CA revival for a week is enough to promulgate the constitution,” he said and continued, “The Unified Maoists party is ready to discuss this proposition.”
He proposed these solutions in Butwal of Rupandehi District, August 6, 2012.
Putting blames on the opposition parties, Nepali Congress and United Marxist Leninists. he said, “Sahamati Bhanda Satta pradhan bhayo” (Power has become more important than Consensus).
“They have to make it clear whether they want to forge consensus or a new government,” he said and added, “It is because of their indecisiveness the country is suffering.”
Baburam also claimed that the country is being run through ordinances because he has no other alternatives.
“I am not fond of running the country through ordinances but I have no other option than this”, he lamented.