Addressing a program organised to mark the 14th anniversary of Reporters Club in the Capital on Friday, PM Bhattarai said, “Nepal should become a bridge not a barricade between the two countries. Then only our dream of developing country will come true.”
He remarked that the country would move towards the financial development after the conclusion of peace process and constitution drafting.
PM Bhattarai further claimed that the constitution would be completed within May 27. “The constitution would be promulgated within May 27. I do not see a reason to doubt it,” he claimed.
Saying that the new constitution would be drafted as demanded by a particular party, PM underscored that all the parties need to compromise for the sake of peace and constitution.
PM Bhattarai claimed that the decision of the bigwigs to form the Truth and Reconciliation Commission and the decision to vacate the Maoist cantonments within the fortnight has created a firm basis for concluding the peace process.
Similarly, Constituent Assembly Chairman Subash Chandra Nembang requested all the major three political parties to be serious at a time when the deadline to promulgate the constitution is getting closer.
Moreover, UCPN (Maoist) Chairman Pushpa Kamal Dahal further clarified that the constitution would not be drafted without federalism.
Furthermore, CPN-UML Senior leader Madhav Kumar Nepal claimed that the constitution would be drafted within the given deadline if the leaders work seriously for it.Ekantipur Report