Ready to be flexible if election assured, says ruling alliance
The meeting of the main ruling forces UCPN (Maoist) and United Madhesi Democratic Front (UDMF) has concluded to remain open on the discussion for the formation of the national consensus government if election by mid-April is ensured. The meeting held at Prime Minister’s official residence this morning also decided to intensify the talks with the opposition parties to forge national consensus.
Leader and government’s spokesperson Raj Kishor Yadav informed that various alternatives were discussed in the meeting for forging much-anticipated national consensus and the ruling parties have decided to hold dialogues with the opposition parties towards that end. “We will be flexible on the formation of national unity government if election is ensured by April/May,” Yadav said.
Hinting to quit the government for the sake of consensus if election is assured, he said that the ruling parties have decided to approach the opposition parties with various alternatives to forge consensus at a time while the latter are accusing the government as an obstacle for the consensus.
He, however, didn’t disclose such alternatives that the ruling parties would provide to the opposition parties.
Published Date: Monday, January 14th, 2013 | 12:12 AM