काठमाण्डु टुडे २०७० कार्तिक १३ गते १०:१४ मा प्रकाशित

Kathmandu,Oct. 30: CPN (UML) senior leader and the Constituent Assembly election candidate from the Kathmandu constituency No 2  Madhav Kumar Nepal has said the form of governance system with directly elected executive president may give a birth to a  dictator in the country.

Addressing a corner meeting at Koteshwor-35 in course of an election door-to-door programme toady, leader Nepal argued the form of governance system with  directly elected Prime Minister and the  president representing diversity of Nepal would be better for the balance of power.

The model of federalism proposed by the UCPN (Maoist) will split the nation by motivating the people to fight each others, he said, adding that multiple identity-based   federalism  that included all the indigenous nationalities, Madhesis, minorities, marginalized, suppressed and backward classes is the  current need of the country.

The former Prime Minister further claimed crisis in the country would further deepen and nation will suffer calamities if the UCPN (M) which is already failed to lead the country, became the largest party again by the November 19 Constituent Assembly ( CA) election.

The UCPN (M) which has still the hang of war misappropriated million of rupees from the sate coffer in the name of cantonments and combatants and now intends at splitting the nation in the name of ethnic federalism.  He announced 50 per cent women’s participation in the local bodies, guarantee of social security and increment of single women, elder citizens and disabled allowance if the party wins the election. RSS

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