KATHMANDU: Few days after he returned from the United States after taking part in the 31st conference of the Association of Nepalese in America (ANA), the US Ambassador to Nepal Peter W. Bodde started political consultations about the ongoing political situation of the country.
On Thursday the US envoy called on CPN-UML chairperson Jhala Nath Khanal at the latter’s residence in Dallu and discussed the current political situation of the country. The discussion mainly dwelt on the upcoming elections of the constituent assembly.
Explaining about the efforts to convince the dissident parties to join the election process, Khanal told the ambassador that the major parties have now agreed to organize a round-table as demanded by the CPN-Maoist, said a statement issued by international department of CPN-UML.
“They will be represented in the high level political committee and their representative will also be included in the cabinet,” Khanal said. Ambassador Bodde on his part emphasized that Nepal needs elections, as the country cannot achieve political and economic stability without them.
While addressing the 31st Conference of ANA in the United States, Bodde expressed his confidence that new elections of the constituent assembly would lead the country towards peace and stability. The CA poll seems impossible with the alliance of 33-political parties opposing the electoral process started by the Chief Justice led election government. The agitating parties have been demanding to form the partisan government for holding the elections of the constituent assembly.
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