The opposition parties have cancelled the mass meeting scheduled on November 30 and December 1 as part of their protest program demanding the Prime Minister Baburam Bhattarai to quit. They have reasoned that they will be engaged in dialogue and negotiation now instead of protest programs. The meeting of 16 opposition UML central office Balkhu on Sunday also concluded that President’s call has encouraged the political parties to seek a way out to the nation from the protracted political deadlock.
The opposition parties, who are upbeat after the President’s move, accused the government of misinterpreting the President’s call to form a national consensus government with an attempt to prolong its stay in power.
Talking to media persons following the meeting, UML leader Raghuji Pant said the President’s call is ‘very positive’ and as per the constitution and protesting against it was inappropriate and undemocratic.
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