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CPN-UML leader confident for November poll; TMDP demands 50% representation in constituency


PARSA: It almost seems that the election of the constituent assembly would not take part on November as there are many issues yet to be settled for the elections related issues, leader of the CPN-UML and Liaison Department Chief, Pradeep Gyawali, has said that the Constituent Assembly (CA) election would be held in November 19 at any cost.

Speaking at a program in Parsa, he said the election was a must in democracy and that the political parties should not make it a matter of compromise. “The only alternative for bringing back the country in right and legal track is holding CA election and that it cannot be pushed ahead by anyone’s power,” he added.

He however does not let the chance go to claim that there were enough basis that UML could be the first and strong political force from the upcoming CA election, adding that those who are afraid of the UML and did not want to institutionalize democracy are tempted to disturb the election process.

Meanwhile, addressing a press conference on Friday the Tarai Madhesh Democratic Party (TMDP) Chairperson, Mahanth Thakur has reiterated party´s stance on the constituency delineation in Madhes should be based on population.

Thakur claimed that, “Constituency delineation in Madhesh should be based on the Clause 3 (a) of Article 63 of the Interim Constitution of Nepal.” He further said that they need 50% representation as more than 50 percent of the total population is living in Tarai. Thakur claimed that less representation would further sideline the marginalized communities.

He also added that his party decided to expedite process for unification with other Madhesi parties with an aim to prepare conducive environment for a meaningful Constituent Assembly (CA) poll and to set up agendas for the poll, and to work for overall election process.

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