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Maoist leader Mahara says consensus govt not necessary

KATHMANDU: Standing Committee member of the UCPN-Maoist, Krishna Bahadur Mahara, has said that there was need of a national consensus government only after the drafting of a new constitution.

Mahara made this remark at a press meet organized by Revolutionary Journalists’ Association in Ghorahi today.

He said that discussions were underway among the parties to forge a consensus on the remaining issues of the constitution writing at first and then the formation of a national consensus government.

On the occasion, Maoist leader Mahara said that the Constituent Assembly (CA) could be reinstated and added that there was risk that the country could be pushed into conflict if the CA was not reinstated.

He said that the party would continue efforts to keep unity with the Baiddya faction though they had spilt from the party.  RSS

Published Date: Tuesday, July 3rd, 2012 | 02:02 AM

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