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Govt. renews call to poll opposing parties to take part in elections


KATHMANDU: Although the government and the High Level Political Committee, the cross-party task force of major political parties, have been preparing for the elections of the constituent assembly slated for November 19, the government has urged the poll-opposing 33 parties led by CPN-Maoist to join the Constituent Assembly (CA) election process.

The Cabinet meeting on Friday concluded that constitution drafting through the CA was imperative to end the current political transition in the country and urged the 33-party alliance to come onboard the election process.

The talks between the poll opposing parties and the HLPC failed after the poll opposing parties demanded resignation of the Chief Justice led government and deferral of the November election, which the latter rejected.

The 33-party alliance has said that they would take part in the election process only if their demand of deferring November election was addressed. The parties have also called for resignation of Khil Raj Regmi from the post of Chief Justice.

The meeting also conveyed to the 33-party alliance the government’s commitment to bring the poll-opposing parties on board the election process at any cost.

The government and the HLPC have been moving ahead with the preparation of the poll to hold the CA election on the stipulated time.

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