Falebas (Parbat), Oct 12: Human Rights activists here have pointed out that the second Constituent Assembly too may fail to produce a new constitution if due process was not followed to settle the contentious issues of the constitution.
Speaking at the 13th annual general assembly of Human Rights and Peace Society, Parbat chapter here today, they said given the developments so far the new constitution was unlikely without following the due process as specified in the CA rules of procedure.
The human rights activists as well as civil society leaders said the major parties still differ on major issues of federalism, forms of governance and restructuring of the state so a consensus on the same was not likely. So the new constitution should be promulgated by forging a two-third majority.
Expressing their views on the occasion were among others Central Vice-chair of Human Rights and Peace Society Gangadhar Adhikari, Vice-chair of Amnesty International Pratap Poudel, FNJ Parbat President Durga Prasad Sharma and also representatives of political parties.