The ruling coalition Federal Democratic Republican Alliance (FDRA) has once again floated the proposal of resurrecting the dissolved Constituent Assembly if consensus isn’t forged until January 9.
Concluding that the election was not possible if consensus wasn’t forged until January 9, the meeting of the FDRA held today at Prime Minister’s official residence Baluwatar has decided to create a conducive environment for the CA revival.
FDRA’s Spokesperson Prem Bahadur Singh informed that the meeting decided to propose for the CA revival if the national consensus government couldn’t be formed by January 9. He, however, said that the FDRA has proposed three options for the national consensus government.
According to him, the first option is changing present government to the national consensus one, while the second is picking any leader from the FDRA as next prime minister, and the third is- the FDRA can consider the leadership of the consensus government even from outside the coalition if the package deal was struck on the issues passed by the dissolved Constituent Assembly and hold elections to the next Constituent Assembly.
“If the consensus couldn’t not be forged within all these three alternative by January 9, FDRA would opt for CA resurrection option,” Singh added.
Though the ruling coalition has once again floated the proposal to revive the CA, the main opposition party has flatly rejected the idea already terming it an ‘retrograded’ proposal. Speaking with the journalists at his own residence Maharajgung yesterday Congress President has said: The issue of CA revival has already been settled. Congress would not accept such delusional proposal.
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