NC decides to move ahead forging consensus

काठमाण्डु टुडे २०७० मंसिर २५ गते १८:०५ मा प्रकाशित

Kathmandu, Dec. 10: The parliamentary committee meeting of the Nepali Congress on Tuesday discussed the party’s talks and dialogue with the CPN-UML and the UCPN-Maoist and the strategies the party needs to adopt in the days ahead.

The meeting attended by the party president, the vice-president, and senior leader and the committee members focused on the beginning of the new Constituent Assembly, formation of the government and conditions set forth by the UCPN-Maoist.

General Secretary of the party, Krishna Prasad Sitaula, said the party reviewed its meetings with other parties after becoming the largest party following the CA elections.

He lauded the Election Commission, for it extended the time for the submission of the name list for the proportional candidates to be elected to the CA.

“Constitution will be written by bringing all- big and small parties- together based on the agreements made so far since the 12-point understanding. As the largest party, the NC will act responsibly to deliver constitution to the people,” he added.

He argued that the onus to deliver constitution through talks, discussion and consensus was on the NC.

Moreover, General Secretary Sitaula said that the high level political committee’s meetings in the past had not discussed anything about changing the president. RSS

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