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Prez urges Congress to move in consensus, UML in discussion with BMF leaders

KATHMANDU: President Dr. Ram Baran Yadav has suggested Nepali Congress President Sushil Koirala, his deputy Ram Chandra Paudel and General Secretary K P Sitaula to move ahead by forging consensus with other political parties on disputed issues.
While urging Congress leaders to hold serious discussions in favor of Nepal and Nepalese people, the President had urged NC leaders to adopt the path of consensus while claiming that there was no alternative to it.
On the occasion, NC leaders cautioned the President from possible attempts of capturing state power from the Maoist amid uncertainty. They also informed that the Maoist and Madheshi Front were showing reluctance to forge consensus on disputed issues of constitution writing on the occasion.
Congress leadership had reached at the President’s place to discuss future political course, including the possibility of emergency in the nation, if parties failed to promulgate the constitution on May 27.
UML in discussion with Broader Madheshi Front leaders
Meanwhile UML leaders have engaged in discussion with leaders of Broader Madheshi Front. Along with the disputed issues in the constitution writing, the meeting, sources claimed, centered on bringing no-confidence motion against the Bhattarai led government.

Published Date: Saturday, May 26th, 2012 | 04:50 AM

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