Kathmandu, April 6: Different constituent parties, federations and organizations of the Indigenous Nationalities Joint Struggle Committee (INJSC)-2012 have demanded bringing new constitution with federalism within May 27.
Organizing a press meet here today, the Struggle Committee put forth different demands including promulgating federal democratic republican secular constitution and formulating a fully proportional electoral system, among others.
Coordinator of the Secretariat of the Committee, Parshuram Tamang said that the previous agreement signed with the government should be implemented for ensuring the right of self-determination of the Indigenous Nationalities.
Tamang demanded that there should be guarantee of proportional and inclusive representation in all bodies and levels of the state.
Different 58 constituent parties, federations and organizations of Indigenous communities are associated to the Struggle Committee. RSS
Comment here !
KATHMANDU:- Prime Minister of India, Narendra Modi, is arriving on an official visit to Nepal on Monday, May 16. He
KATHMANDU:- All preparations for the May 13 local election have been completed, according to the Election Commission. The EC has
KATHMANDU:- The silence period for the local level election commences from midnight today. The country is going to the local
By Narayan Dhungana, KATHMANDU:- People residing temporarily in Kathmandu Valley due to various reasons are returning their home to cast