UML decides to take to the streets against government
KATHMANDU: The Standing Committee meeting of the CPN-UML on Sunday decided to launch a struggle to topple the present government, reasoning it was an obstruction to national consensus.
Following the meeting, senior leader Madhav Kumar Nepal said the party decided to launch a struggle against the government after holding discussion with other political parties, including the Nepali Congress.
The meeting also discussed the internal activities of the party and party’s meeting with the President today.
Similarly, Secretary Bishnu Paudel said the party was of the view that the present government must be deposed and a consensus government formed for the next elections.
The elected representatives would initiate the work of constitution writing from the point it had stopped in the past and then serve as lawmakers in the new parliament, he added. RSS
Published Date: Sunday, August 5th, 2012 | 10:31 AM