While the deadline set by the President Dr Ram Baran Yadav for the fourth consecutive times to recommend the Prime Minister candidate of national consensus expired today, the parties have failed to forge much-hyped national consensus.
Though the leaders of the major political parties have claimed that they are close to a package deal to resolve the contentious issues, but at the end of the day the parties failed to strike a deal. The leaders had informed that they would sit for a joint meeting for a decisive talk later at the afternoon afternoon. However, the formal meeting couldn’t be held after the bilateral and informal talks couldn’t yield any results.
Earlier today, UCPN (Maoist) Chairperson Pushpa Kamal Dahal ‘Prachanda’ held talks with UML Senior Leader Madhav Kumar Nepal, Congress General Secretary Krishna Prashad Sitaula in a bid to forge consensus.
The leaders of the parties have sought an appointment with the President Dr Yadav for tomorrow morning. The leaders will request the President to extend the deadline for 3 more days claiming that the talks for the consensus is moving towards positive direction.
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