KATHMANDU: As the political parties have failed to find out consensus for holding the elections of the constituent assembly the pro-royalist Rastriya Prajatantra Party-Nepal (RPP-Nepal) has been expediting its campaign for restoring democracy.
Speaking at a program in Jhapa district, chairperson of the party Kamal Thapa has said that accommodative democracy with constitutional monarchy is the current need of the nation.
Thapa further claimed that the nation had to endure this transition because the political parties that were in higher positions in the former Constituent Assembly (CA) failed to understand the public sentiment.
Thapa said the nation has been heading towards a split due to the slogan of federalism. He further added that it was necessary to be free from lust for money to strengthen our religion, culture, and tradition.
RPP-N leaders, Rajendra Lingden, Bina Tamang and Ram Thapa, further stressed that a fresh mandate was needed to prevent people from going on the wrong track.
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