Maoist, Front ready to face no-confidence
KATHMANDU: Ruling coalition partner has decided to face the no-confidence motion if opposition parties tabled it, as being warned by some of them.
A meeting of both partners, called at a time when Congress and UML are escalating efforts to table the no-confidence motion, reached such a conclusion.
The meeting flayed the parties for being involved in the game, and claimed bringing no-confidence motion was an apparent effort to foil efforts to promulgate the new constitution within the time frame.
MJF-R acting Chairman Raj Kishore Yadav claimed that the motion will never materialize in its objective arguing that the opposition lacks majority to push it way through.
Published Date: Wednesday, May 2nd, 2012 | 02:17 AM