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RPP-N chairman Thapa demands election government to be led by ex Chief Justice

June 09,2012 Kathmandu – Nepal’s Political parties are throwing anger against current government and demanding different leaderships to hold new election to draft much awaited New federal constitution of Nepal.
Today, Rastriya Prajatantra Party- Nepal (RPP-Nepal) chairman Kamal Thapa said there was no alternative to fresh election after the Constituent Assembly (CA) was dissolved without promulgating new constitution.

According to Thapa, an election government should be formed under the leadership of a former Chief Justice to hold polls in a free and fair manner.

Addressing a mass meeting organized by the party at Khula Manch in Kahmandu, Thapa claimed that his party was confident about establishing its monarchist agenda by winning the trust of the people.

“We are ready to go to the people to establish our agendas,” Thapa said, “We will not remain silent if people are deprived of their rights to vote. We will restore monarchy by wining the trust of people.”

The pro-monarch leader also blamed four major political forces- UCPN (Maoist), Nepali Congress, CPN-UML and Madhesi Front – for the dissolution of the CA.

“New nationalistic force has emerged from today’s mass meeting due to the failure of the major political parties,” he added.

Thapa also said reinstatement of the CA would not be acceptable for his party. He also claimed that move of the CA to declare republic and abolish monarchy was automatically invalided after the CA’s demise without completing its mandate.

RPP-Nepal organized the “show of strength” bringing in thousands of people, a day after 22 political parties’ anti-government mass meeting at the same place.

RPP Nepal believes and promoting former King has already restored as current constitution has ended its tenure as failed to draft new constitution by the assembly.

Source: Nepalnews

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