KATHMANDU: As the agitating political parties have rejected the call of the Interim Election Government to come for the elections of the constituent assembly, the High Level Political Committee (HLPC) has decided to hold talks with the parties to bring them to the electoral process.
The meeting asked the dissenting parties to join the election process and give up their anti-election campaign. The HLPC, the cross party task-force formed to assist the election government, has made the call after the 42 political parties including the CPN-Maoist, the Madhesi Janadhikar Forum-Nepal and the Federal Socialist Party (FSP) have threatened to obstruct the polls.
The parties have put forth conditions to joining the election process. However, the three parties have differing demands. The CPN-Maoist has demanded the dissolution of the government while the MJF-Nepal and the FSP want Regmi to resign as the chief justice, besides electing 60 percent CA members from the proportional representation system.
“The HLPC will hold talks with all the parties to address their demands,” said Nepali Congress leader Ram Chandra Poudel after the HLPC meeting.
The HLPC meeting welcomed Thursday’s Cabinet decision to hold the CA election on November 19. Friday’s HLPC meeting was the last convened by UML Chairman Jhala Nath Khanal as its rotational chair.
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