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Singh says parties to stick to the deal

KATHMANDU: General Secretary of the Nepali Congress, Prakash Man Singh, stressed on implementing the agreements signed by major political parties regarding the state-restructuring, forms of governance and other issues.

Addressing a programme here on Saturday, he said leaders of the political parties should not deliver any speech going against the agreement, adding there was no alternative to talks and consensus among the political parties as they need to promulgate the constitution in the slated timeframe of the Constituent Assembly.

General Secretary Singh said NC would lead the next consensus government which would promulgate the new constitution. He further said his party has joined the current national unity government to create the environment to promulgate the constitution in the slated timeframe.

Similarly, NC Kathmandu district President Bhimsen Das Pradhan said NC should lead the unity government to end the transitional politics and promulgate the new constitution.RSS

Published Date: Saturday, May 19th, 2012 | 03:01 AM

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