Recent discussions have spurred hopes: Khanal
KATHMANDU: Chairman of the CPN-UML, Jhala Nath Khanal has said that ongoing discussions among the parties of late have created an environment of forging consensus on disputable issues seen in peace process and constitution writing.
Receiving the memorandum at the Party Headquarters, Madannagar, submitted by the Nepal Jaycees under a campaign with an objective to pile pressure on leaders to conclude peace and constitution, Khanal said they are committed towards peace process and constitution and added the discussions held among political parties of late have given positive messages.
He expressed the confidence that the peace process and constitution writing will get pace as soon as the consensus is reached on rank harmonization for integration of combatants of the UCPN-Maoist.
Khanal added that they are ready to search a point of consensus at the earliest.
Chairman Khanal expressed the commitment that discussions among political parties will be forwarded speedily and added they will give continuity to meetings of Constitutional Committee and Dispute Resolution Sub-committee to forge consensus on disputable issues seen in constitution writing.
On the occasion, President of Nepal Jaycees Tej Shankar Bhatta said that they will give moral pressure to Chairmen and Presidents of all political parties by visiting them to complete peace process and constitution writing within the slated timeframe as per their Campaign.
The memo demanded to conclude peace process and constitution writing, political parties should be active to forge consensus on disputable issues seen in constitution writing, among others. RSS
Published Date: Wednesday, March 21st, 2012 | 06:08 PM