After his address to the nation, November 22, 2012 that has already been rubbished by the opposition parties, Prime Minister Baburam rushed towards the Presidential Secretariat wherein he urged President Ram Baran to provide him with 15 days time to forge consensus with the opposition parties.
Baburam’s aide Biswadip Pandey confirmed that both Prime Minister and President had held talks late evening on Thursday. Baburam had entered Ram Baran’s premises at around 8 PM. For Nepali people, evening time is the best time.
During the meeting Prime Minister briefed about his efforts to convince the opposition parties.
The Nagarik Online reports quoting unidentified sources that both would like to keep things secret until Friday.
“The President will nevertheless take decision on Friday,” reports Nagarik.
“I cannot exactly tell you what transpired between the two,” says Ram Baran’s press advisor Rajendra Dahal, “Things will move in the direction that the two have agreed upon.”
“On Friday the President could publicly appeal the parties to give shape to a national unity government. He will do so in accordance with the constitutional provision as stipulated by article 38(1),” adds report.