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Deuba sees no alternative to elections; RPP Nepal chair Thapa doubts November polls


POKHARA: Although the political parties do not agree on the disputed issues of the electoral legislation for holding the elections of the constituent assembly on time, leaders have not lost their hope that election is the only way-out to resolve current political stalemate of the country.

Addressing the 22th Annual General Meeting of the Nepal Lawyers’ Association in Pokhara, senior leader of Nepali Congress Sher Bahadur Deuba has said that he does not see any alternative to elections in order to drag the democracy on the right track.

Deuba also urged one and all to focus themselves on the new elections at a time when nationality and democracy are fragile. He also requested all leaders to concentrate on polls. He also added that the role of legal entrepreneurs is important for the elections of the constituent assembly.

He charged the UCPN-Maoist student wing—All Nepal National Federation Students Union-Revolutionary (ANNFSU-R) of being anti democratic referring to the college padlocking on the eve of the student union polls.

In another incident chairperson of Rastriya Prajatantra Party Nepal Kamal Thapa expressed his doubt that the new elections may not be held in November later this year.

Speaking at a program in Bhairahawa today, Thapa said the current government’s inability to announce the poll date till now has fueled a doubt about the conduction of new elections in the stated time.

Thapa was of the opinion that free and fair elections are not possible unless the domination of the four major political parties ends and said the four-party mechanism should be scrapped.

Thapa, who earlier supported the formation of CJ led government, has been critical to it as the government failed to act independently and acting just as a rubber stamp of four party syndicate.

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