Nepal Today

Thursday, September 17, 2009

Prachanda calls for constitution amendment for political outlet

By Bhola B Rana

Kathmandu, 17 Sept: Maoist Chairman Prachanda Thursday called for an amendment to the interim constitution to end a four-month political impasse.
He didn’t specify the amendments the party wanted in the interim constitution.
Maoists demanded an amendment in the interim constitution even as there was no progress on launching a basic law to replace la 1990 basic shred to pieces by present rules who drafted it with the help of two representatives of King Birendra.
The 1990 constitution was drafted by representatives of present rulers [certainly not donkeys].
Present rulers supported by foreign governments claim last constitution was imposed by the king.
The party has earlier demanded a discussion on a censure motion against thepresident who Maoists said acted unconstituti0onally to retain sacked Army Chief Gen Rukmangun Katawal..
Prachanda, on return from Hong Kong, confirmed he held discussions with Chinese officials without identifying them.

Indian police intercept large marijuana haul

Kathmandu, 17 Sept: Indian border police Wednesday intercepted a haul of
2230 kg marijuana from a tanker at the border town of Raxaul tanker.
The tanker with millions of rupees was heading for India from Nepal.
This is the biggest drug haul in recent years along theborder.


“The Unified Maoist-Leninists are in such disunion precisely because they are trying to out-red Maoists. The NepalI Congress should have been the beneficiary of the bloodletting. But it has too many people itching for the premiership.”

(Maila Baje, The People’s Review, 17 Sept.)


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