KATHMANDU: In a bid to convince disgruntled parties for the elections of the constituent assembly, the High Level Political Committee (HLPC) held discussion with the Ashok Rai-led Federal Socialist Party (FSP) on Thursday.
The Party floated their demand s before the HLPC for their participation in the November 19 Constituency Assembly (CA) polls. The meeting ended inconclusively after the party put forward their demand s including retaining previous seats under the proportional representation category, resignation by Interim Election Council Chairman Khil Raj Regmi from chief justice post, constituency delimitation on the basis of population, scrapping of the 11-point agreement and the 25-point Presidential decree issued on March 14, among others.
According to UML leader Raghuji Panta, the meeting ended inconclusively as it did not bear any fruits, adding that both the parties, however, have agreed to sit for talks again after holding discussions in their respective parties. Various top leaders from the major parties were present during the talks.
The HLPC has said that it was ready to exhibit maximum flexibility only if the party guarantees their participation in the Nov polls. The HLPC has summoned next round of meeting with the poll-opposing Friday.
On Tuesday, the HLPC held talks with CPN-Maoist-led 33-party alliance and the Madhesi Janadhikar Forum Nepal (MJF-Nepal)-led 8-party alliance (Federal Democratic Alliance) and received a long list of ‘tough demand s’ ranging from halting the election process and dissolution of the government to increasing the number of Constituent Assembly seats and dissolution of the HLPC .
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