Wednesday, November 14, 2007

Prachanda hints split in SPA

A day after the Nepali Congress decided to stand by its decision against implementing the decisions passed by the special session of the interim parliament, Maoist chairman hinted at further polarisation in the political circle.
Speaking at a programme organised by Maoist affiliated Revolutionary Journalists Association (RJA) in Ghorahi of Dang on Wednesday morning, Prachanda said the reluctance of the government to implement the decision would change the political scenario of the country leading to further polarization. He blamed Nepali Congress of not being serious towards the peace process.
He repeated his party's position that constituent assembly elections is of less priority over announcing republic. "Holding constituent assembly elections is impossible without announcing republic first," he said.

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