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NC-UML to confront Maoist-Madheshi jointly


N24 Correspondent, KATHMANDU: With the Maoist and Madheshi Morcha already teamed up on scores of issues related to federalism, forms of governance, Nepali Congress and CPN UML have also decided to confront them jointly.

Both parties have decided to make a common agenda on the outstanding issues related to constitution writing process and strike a joint bargain with their political contenders, informed UML Chairman Jhalnath Khanal.

Both parties reached such a decision during a joint meeting held after the three parties. Knowledgeable source informed that the both parties have neared consensus on batting to name federal provinces by adopting multiple ethnic identities or by reflecting common identity.

They have decided not to accept unitary-ethnic identity based federalism at any cost.

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