Kathmandu, 7th February, 2015 : The Professionals’ Alliance for Peace and Democracy (PAPAD) has said there was no alternative to institutionalizing the agendas as democracy, federalism, and inclusiveness to take the peace process to a logical end.
Releasing a press statement today, the PAPAD assured to exert positive pressure to the political parties for promulgating the new constitution in time.
The statement reads, “We are stunned at the senior leaders’ criticisms which breach the democratic etiquette. It is time to concentrate all efforts on writing the new constitution and promulgating it from the Constituent Assembly (CA). We strongly suggest them to make self compunction for failing to promulgate the constitution on the slated date of January 22 as per their commitment.”
The statement stressed on the need of building understanding and coordinating with the partners of the 12-point understandingÂ People’s Movement II and the Comprehensive Peace Accord to ensure the inclusive new constitution of the Federal Democratic Republic of Nepal which would acceptable to all.
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