KATHMANDU: At a time when the alliance of 33-political parties has been denouncing the talks offer of the incumbent government saying the government was the brain-child of foreigners, the Mohan Baidya-led CPN-Maoist on Friday set three conditions for their accepting the government’s invitation for all-party talks on new Constituent Assembly (CA) elections.
Issuing a press statement on Friday the party demanded for scrapping of the 25-point deal reached on March 15 among the four major parties; quashing of the citizenship ordinance and annulment of recent controversial appointment of former chief secretary Lok Man Singh Karki as new chief of Commission for the investigation of Abuse of Authority.
“The talks will be meaningful and relevant only if these three conditions are met,” the statement reads. CPN-Maoist along with 32 other parties have been protesting new CA elections and have said they would not take part in the polls in the existing situation.
The statement hints that the Maoist and other members of the 33-parties softening their stance against the incumbent government. Earlier the parties said that they would only hold informal talks with the President to resolve the issue and ruled out possibility of talks with the government and four political parties. The alliance boycotted the meeting called by government for today to discuss the election related issues.
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