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KATHMANDU: As the political parties have been blaming the Interim Election Council for not seriously working to conduct the election of the constituent assembly to cover their mistakes, a cabinet minister has warned that they would finalize the legislation at their own if the political parties do not reach into consensus at the earliest.

Speaking at an interaction in the Capital on Sunday, Minister Chabilal Panta informed that if political parties delay the process for reaching into consensus, the government will prepare an ordinance, which will be acceptable to all parties.

Stating that the main responsibility of the government is to hold elections, he informed that the government will declare the election soon.

Meanwhile speaking at the same program, Election Commissioner Ayodhi Prasad Yadav said that the commission has not been able to make necessary preparations for elections due to delay in enactment of necessary laws. The election commission has been demanding at least 90-days for the preparation of election once the government issues all the legislation related with election. The four political parties have mandated the incumbent government to announce the election date by November this year. As the parties are adamant to their stances and have been indulging in petty issues rather than concentration on polls.

Similarly, speaking at the same program, Nepali Congress leader Narayan Khadka informed that the government should create favorable environment for elections. “If the government fails to do so, Congress will demand that the government chief resign.”

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