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Prachanda needs his deputy Chairperson Dr Bhattarai’s consent for consensus


KATHMANDU:
UCPN (Maoist) Chairperson Pushpa Kamal Dahal ‘Prachanda’ has said that he need prior consent from his deputy chairperson Babu Ram Bhattarai, who is also the Prime Minister, before reaching any agreement for the national consensus.

Saying that he and his party is open on the candidates for the national consensus government, Prachanda said, “Despite my seriousness in the capacity of the chairman of the single largest party, the opposition leaders have forgotten that agreement of prime minister and UCPN (Maoist) Vice-chairman was also needed for a consensus.”
Speaking at a program organized by the Joint Trade Union Committee in Kathmandu on Monday, Chairperson Prachanda made clear he wouldn’t be the candidate for the Prime Minister until new election is held. He also lamented upon the lack of seriousness in Congress for his request of PM’s candidate from them.

Prachanda informed that they need to find other alternatives since Congress and UML refused the offer they made for the opposition parties of Home, finance and other ministries if they join the Bhattari-led government.
He also revealed that a consensus had been reached to not give up arms against the authoritarianism even after the 12-point agreement saying that the People’s Movement-II was not totally peaceful.

Likewise, Accusing Prime Minister Dr Bhattarai of staging political coup by unilaterally dissolving the Constituent Assembly, Congress President Sushil Koriala urged Prachanda to play a leading role to end the deadlock in the capacity of the head of the largest political party.

Similarly, UML Chairman Jhalanath Khanal accused PM Dr Bhattarai of a major hurdle for the consensus.

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