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UCPN-Maoist spokesperson hopeful for Nov Polls; rules out revival of monarchy


KATHMANDU: UCPN-Maoist spokesperson Agni Prasad Sapkota has said that the nation has entered the election process and that the polls would not be disrupted just because some political parties or groups protest it.

Speaking at a regular press meet organized at the party headquarters on Saturday, spokesperson Sapkota said election was the need of the hour and an excellent opportunity to end the protracted political transition.

“Some political forces that like to call themselves revolutionary are talking about writing constitution without the Constituent Assembly. It is a way to reject the public mandate,” said Sapkota.

He added that the constitution would be written by the CA and urged the CPN-Maoist to not oppose the slated polls. He also termed that there was no meaning to oppose the election process as HLPC agreed to meet most of the demands of disgruntled parties.

In a different context, the former Minister said that talking about restoration of monarchy was no less than day dreaming. Dubbing the revival of monarchy as daydreaming, Sapkota said though they have questioned the political parties people do not fancy the monarchy anymore.

According to him, the people will not regress to the monarchy for they opt for progress and are in favour of the change. Sapkota urged the partners of comprehensive peace agreement to move ahead steadily to ensure the change, safeguard and institutionalize the republic and promulgate the new constitution.

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