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Consensus attainable is unlikely within five days: Oli

While the leaders of the political parties have been claiming that they would forge much-anticipated consensus within five days, CPN (UML) leader KP Sharma Oli has said chance of getting political consensus in the five-day deadline set again by the President was also very slim.
At a program organized to release a book ‘Nationality, Identity and Social Transformation’ penned by leader Pradip Gyawali on Wednesday, leader Oli said UCPN-Maoist needs to be more responsible to forge consensus within deadline.
He further said political transition was prolonging because of the authoritarian thoughts of the UCPN-Maoist.
“Transition does not end in five days, and it would not invite big crisis too,” he said, adding that nationalism was essential to protect country from the ultra leftism and ultra rightist.

Published Date: Wednesday, December 19th, 2012 | 06:52 PM

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