Nembang urges political parties to be serious to end pol. transition
KATHMANDU, Nov 9: Former Chairman of the Constituent Assembly Subas Nembang said the nation would face severe crisis if the political parties were not serious to end the present political transition.
He said, "Political transition has been deepening. The political parties, which were the partners in the Janaandolan, could not be serious and it added political crisis."
Addressing a programme organized by the Ban Landmine Campaign on Friday, former Chairman of the CA said the political crisis has been intensifying as the major forces of the Janaandolan turned their heads to three different directions.
Nembang urged the political parties to forge political consensus to save the achievements received from various movements whether by reinstating the CA or going to the fresh elections.
Unified CPN (Maoist) leader Pralhad Budhathoki said the solution to the present political transition could be made if the parties forge consensus for the CA reinstatement, and informed that the political talks among the parties were held to end the present political stalemate.
Coordinator of the organizing committee, Purna Shova Chitrakar, said the public desire immediate peace, therefore, the political parties should quickly work to end the condition of fear and terror.