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Ban Ki-moon worries about the political instability in Nepal


BY ELENI STAMATOUKOU:
United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon expressed his concerns about the continuing political deadlock in Nepal, according to his spokesperson. “He urges the country’s political parties to set aside differences in the interest of the nation and form a broad-based government without further delay. He also encourages the main stakeholders to create a conducive environment for the next elections” stated his spokesman in a statement on Friday night.

The South Asian country has failed over the past three weeks to nominate a prime ministerial candidate. Concretely, the country has been caught in political disputes since the civil war between Government forces and Maoists formally ended in 2007 and the monarchy was abolished. On 29 June 2012 the United Nations allocated 8 million dollars to help Nepal to its peace process and support all these people who have been affected by the continued conflict. The UN Resident and Humanitarian Coordinator in Nepal, Robert Piper stressed that the country has made a significant progress, including the completion of the discharge and integration process of the ex-Maoist army, the successful and largely peaceful elections in 2008, the removal of all minefields, and a smooth transition to a Republic.
Source: neurope

However, Nepal on 27 May Nepal failed to adopt a long-awaited constitution Mr. Ban’s spokesperson said that the Secretary-General calls on all actors in Nepal to “reaffirm their commitment to the Comprehensive Peace Agreements and to safeguard the achievements of the past several years in line with the aspirations of the Nepali people.”

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