NRN expresses concern over CA dissolution
By N24 Correspondent
Tuesday, May 29th, 2012
KATHMANDU: The Non-Residents Nepali (NRN) Association has expressed serious concern over the Constituent Assembly (CA) dissolution sans drafting a new constitution.
Issuing a press statement today, the NRN has urged the political parties to forge national consensus stating that minimum agreement among the political parties could resolve the serious problems in the country.
According to the statement, people’s desire for writing a constitution by their representatives since 2007 has been once again shattered after the dissolution of the CA.
The NRN has also appealed all community people to maintain social harmony and move ahead in the days to come. RSS
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