Nepal Today

Tuesday, June 11, 2013

DEUBA FLYING FOR DEHRA DUN Kathmandu,, 12 June: Former Prime Minister and NC leader Sher Bahadur Deuba Wednesday flies to Uttarkhanda Wednesday on the fourth day of his India visit Wednesday on Indian government invitation. He spends Wednesday night at Dehra Dun. He held discussions with Sonia Gandhi and Prime Minister Manmohan Singh. In meetings with leaders and officials, India told Deuba New Delhi pushed ‘multi-party loktantra’’ as communists dominate Nepali politics in a declared republic that has to be institutionalized in a constitution. India assuredhelp for constituent assembly elections in talks with Deuba. New Delhi is bypassing the government of retired top civil servants and talking issues with party leaders to conduct its relations with Nepal. MORE . CPN MAOIST ASKS CADRES TO PREPARE FOR ASSEMBLY POLLS Kathmandu, 12 June: Chairman of the Unified CPN (Maoist) Pushpakamal Dahal has directed the party cadres and leaders to go to the villages in preparation for the upcoming election to the Constituent Assembly (CA), RSS reports from Ilam.. Chairman Dahal gave this instruction in a meeting with the party cadres from the district at local Kanyam on Wednesday morning. On the occasion, he reiterated that federalism with identity and constitution with federalism was the key agenda of the party. The UCPN (Maoist) chairman directed the party cadres to help create environment conducive to the election wherein all the people could wholeheartedly participate in the election process as this election would be significant in terms of institutionalizing the federal democratic republic. He also said that the government would announce the date for the election within a few days. Chairman Dahal further said that the government has been assigned all the responsibilities regarding the election after the High Level Political Committee failed to reach consensus on contentious issues. He also stressed that all should accept the decision of the government in this regard. Dahal said that the country could not get a new constitution from the dissolved Constituent Assembly due to the differences among the parties on key issues of the constitution such as state restructuring, forms of governance and the election system. nnnn


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