Speaking at a program in the Capital on Wednesday, NC President Koirala expressed his confidence that all political parties would finally embrace the Constituent Assembly election, as they would realize that deferral of the November 19 election was an invitation to bigger political crisis.
Koirala, who is currently leading the High Level Political Committee, the cross-party taskforce of major political parties formed to support the Chief Justice led election government, has said that it is not only difficult to postpone the scheduled elections but also doing so will be counterproductive.
For the stable democracy, all parties need to go for the election and write new constitution, he said, expressing hope that Maoist leader Mohan Baidya would not boycott election but become flexible to solve problems for holding the election.
He further said that his party has consistently been urging the agitating parties to come on board the election process. According to him, the CPN-Maoist-led by Mohan Baidhya will not boycott the forthcoming election.
Koirala informed that the HLPC has decided to hold decisive talks with the CPN-Maoist-led alliance on Thursday morning. Koirala stated that consensus among the parties is the need of the hour to make the country stable, peaceful and democratic.
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