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After reading the interview with RPP- Nepal Chairman Mr. Kamal Thapa, I can make the following observations:



1. RPP Nepal under Kamal Thapa is the only party with a consistent message. The other parties such as UCPN, UML, Congress party have different messages at different times and also the message changes from person to person within a party.

2. RPP Nepal is the only party which is championing for real democracy which can be achieved only by empowering [more]
  - Khagendra Thapa
It is very embarrasing that the politicians of Nepal are still struggling to run for election on the basis of such a cheap and stupid policy/agenda.

Me as a layman believe the election should be run on the basis of what you could do for the country in terms of peace, development and harmony.

I am pretty sure that Kamal Thapa is/will be paid in millions if he is able to win this election and no wonder they will buy votes from the people.

Such a shame. He is [more]
  - Eliza
Respected Readers !

I appreciate the very analytical interview by Kamal Thapa- the president of RPP-Nepal. He has exposed the necessity of Nepal´s monarchy and the Hindu Kingdom. Yes ! Nepal is standing on the verge of dismemberment in the last seven years. When the relationship between the king and the people have been detached one can easily imagine, Nepal can´t remain safe and unified if monarchy is actually abolished from the country. The permanent institution- &acu [more]
  - Dirgha raj Prasai
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