Kathmandu, 27 Oct 2014: The 22-party alliance led by the UCPN (Maoist) has concluded that the role of the CPN (UML) was not effective in taking initiatives for forging consensus on the disputed issues of the constitution writing.
Today’s meeting of the alliance held at Singha Durbar, objected to the activities of the UML, citing it forwarded its stance on the issue of the state restructuring against the previous agreement.
A leader, who participated in the meeting, said the meeting determined thatÂ although the Nepali Congress has present itself in order to forge consensus in constitution writing, the CPN (UML) has focused its attention to make the situation negative rather than forging consensus.
During the meeting, UCPN (Maoist) Chairman, Pushpa Kamal Dahal, informed the meeting about the progress made so far among the three major political parties.
UCPN (Maoist) Treasurer Haribol Gajurel said although the role of NC regarding state restructuring was seen positive, it was necessary to hold further discussions on the issues of form of governance and electoral process.
Similarly, the Alliance also discussed on the issues of preparation of mass meetings scheduled in Panchthar on November 4, Janakpur on November 8 and Dhangadhi on November 11.
The Alliance has hosted tea reception here today on the occasion of Dashain, Tihar, Nepal Sambat and Chhat festivals. The tea reception has begun just while ago.
Prime Minister Sushil Koirala, leaders of different political parties, chiefs of constitutional bodies, diplomatic missions, human rights activists and journalists, among others are invited in the tea reception.