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IEC Chair Regmi discusses contemporary issues with President Dr. Yadav


KATHMANDU: Chairperson of the Interim Election Council Khil Raj Regmi has called on President Ram Baran Yadav Tuesday morning and discussed the issues of current political situation including the elections of the constituent assembly.

During the meeting the duo discussed latest political situation in the country, election process and the ongoing intra-party talks to bring the poll-opposing parties into election fray and create a conducive environment for November polls among others.

President Dr Yadav had put forth concern on the progress regarding the Constituent Assembly (CA) election, talks with the poll opposing political parties and other contemporary issues on the occasion. The IEC chair said that the High Level Political Committee, comprising four major political parties, and the government have been working seriously to create conducive environment for poll. President Yadav is learnt to have expressed delight toward the fact that the major parties have been successful in gradually creating an enabling atmosphere for election by their attempts to win over the poll-opposing parties by constantly holding talks with them.

The IEC chair is learnt to have made the President aware about the preparation for holding the election in a free and fair manner as well as ongoing talks and discussions with poll-opposing parties to make them participate in the polls, among other issues.

IEC Chairman Regmi briefed the journalists about the meeting, saying, “It is a regular meeting with the President and that discussions on different contemporary issues were held at the meeting.” With the election date approaching, the government has focused its attention toward making the election successful.

The meeting between President and Chairman Regmi comes in the wake of initiatives for talks and dialogue picking up momentum for creating election-friendly environment.

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