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CA Chair upbeat on drafting constitution by May 27


KATHMANDU: Chairman of the Constituent Assembly (CA), Subas Nembang, has expressed the confidence that the new constitution would be promulgated within May 27 with the army integration, the major task of the peace process, taking momentum.

The CA chair stressed that now the political parties should focus their attention to constitution-writing as the existing differences among the political parties regarding proceeding ahead with the peace process and constitution-writing has ended with the army integration process moving forward.

Receiving a memorandum on peace and constitution submitted by the Reporters’ Club Nepal at his office today, CA chair Nembang suggested to the political parties to be focused on resolving the contentious issues on constitution-writing and work towards issuing the new constitution within the slated time.

He described the decision related to the army integration made by the political parties as an important move in the journey to peace.

“The work related to army integration has been accomplished thanks to the mutual understanding among the parties; the misunderstanding among the parties has fizzled out and a climate of trust has emerged, so the constitution writing process should be finalized by utilizing this opportunity,” he said.

He thanked UCPN (Maoist) chairman Pushpa Kamal Dahal and Prime Minister Baburam Bhattarai as well as the different political parties including the Nepali Congress, the CPN (UML) and the Madhesi Front who played major role in concluding the army integration process and suggested to the leaders to forge the same kind of understanding in drawing up the new constitution also.

Recalling that the political parties have expressed their commitment in the meeting of the CA’s Business Advisory Committee that they would settle out the thorny issues seen in constitution writing by April 17, the CA chairman said that there is no alternative for the parties other than to concentrate on this task with the army integration process coming to an end.

He also called on the parties to convene the meetings of the Constitutional Committee and the Dispute Resolution Committee and seek a compromise of the disputed issues of constitution-writing.

The CA chairman also called on the media to play the role of watchdogs making the leaders and parties alert and conscious of the urgency of promulgation of the new constitution within May 27. RSS

 

Nembang confident to resolve contentions in constitution writing by April 17

 

KATHMANDU: Chairman of the Constituent Assembly (CA), Subas Nembang, has expressed the confidence that the new constitution would be promulgated within May 27 with the army integration, the major task of the peace process, taking momentum.

           

            The CA chair stressed that now the political parties should focus their attention to constitution-writing as the existing differences among the political parties regarding proceeding ahead with the peace process and constitution-writing has ended with the army integration process moving forward.

           

            Receiving a memorandum on peace and constitution submitted by the Reporters’ Club Nepal at his office today, CA chair Nembang suggested to the political parties to be focused on resolving the contentious issues on constitution-writing and work towards issuing the new constitution within the slated time.

           

            He described the decision related to the army integration made by the political parties as an important move in the journey to peace.

           

            “The work related to army integration has been accomplished thanks to the mutual understanding among the parties; the misunderstanding among the parties has fizzled out and a climate of trust has emerged, so the constitution writing process should be finalized by utilizing this opportunity,” he said.

           

            He thanked UCPN (Maoist) chairman Pushpa Kamal Dahal and Prime Minister Baburam Bhattarai as well as the different political parties including the Nepali Congress, the CPN (UML) and the Madhesi Front who played major role in concluding the army integration process and suggested to the leaders to forge the same kind of understanding in drawing up the new constitution also.

           

            Recalling that the political parties have expressed their commitment in the meeting of the CA’s Business Advisory Committee that they would settle out the thorny issues seen in constitution writing by April 17, the CA chairman said that there is no alternative for the parties other than to concentrate on this task with the army integration process coming to an end.

           

            He also called on the parties to convene the meetings of the Constitutional Committee and the Dispute Resolution Committee and seek a compromise of the disputed issues of constitution-writing.

           

            The CA chairman also called on the media to play the role of watchdogs making the leaders and parties alert and conscious of the urgency of promulgation of the new constitution within May 27. RSS

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