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Current government to see its fall soon, says Maoist Chairman

Posted by Ramesh Khati on September 24, 2009

Kathmandu, 24 September, (Asiantribune.com):
Chairman of Communist Party of Nepal (Maoist) on Wednesday said that his party would file ‘no confidence’ motion against the current government if there was agreement to correct the move of President Dr Ram Baran Yadav.
Chairman of the largest party in the Constituent Assembly (CA) said that his party would try its level best to reach an understanding with two major ruling parties –Nepali Congress and Communist Party of Nepal (Unified Marxist Leninist)—till October 7. “We will file no confidence motion against the current government if there is no understanding,” he added.
The former prime minister said that the government is bound to collapse soon as his party will not lift House obstruction to pass the budget unless their demands are met. “Failure to reach an understanding will not only lead to the collapse of the government it will also invite constitutional crisis,” he added.
Maoist Chairman Dahal also claimed that his party would get comfortable majority in the House as Madhesi parties have expressed their words to support his government.
Dahal stepped down from the government on May 4 after President Dr Yadav blocked his move to dismiss then army chief Rookmangud Katawal. The Maoists have termed the president’s move ‘unconstitutional.’
The Maoists have been launching protests both in the House and in the streets demanding that a resolution motion filed against President Dr Yadav be debated in the House to ensure ‘civilian supremacy’ in the country. However, the UML and Nepali Congress have rejected the demand, arguing that president should not be dragged into the parliamentary debate.
Senior UML leader Madhav Kumar Nepal-led government came in power in May 23 at the backing of 22 of the 24 political parties in the country.

Kathmandu, 24 September, (Asiantribune.com): Chairman of Communist Party of Nepal (Maoist) on Wednesday said that his party would file ‘no confidence’ motion against the current government if there was agreement to correct the move of President Dr Ram Baran Yadav.

Chairman of the largest party in the Constituent Assembly (CA) said that his party would try its level best to reach an understanding with two major ruling parties –Nepali Congress and Communist Party of Nepal (Unified Marxist Leninist)—till October 7. “We will file no confidence motion against the current government if there is no understanding,” he added.

The former prime minister said that the government is bound to collapse soon as his party will not lift House obstruction to pass the budget unless their demands are met. “Failure to reach an understanding will not only lead to the collapse of the government it will also invite constitutional crisis,” he added.

Maoist Chairman Dahal also claimed that his party would get comfortable majority in the House as Madhesi parties have expressed their words to support his government.

Dahal stepped down from the government on May 4 after President Dr Yadav blocked his move to dismiss then army chief Rookmangud Katawal. The Maoists have termed the president’s move ‘unconstitutional.’

The Maoists have been launching protests both in the House and in the streets demanding that a resolution motion filed against President Dr Yadav be debated in the House to ensure ‘civilian supremacy’ in the country. However, the UML and Nepali Congress have rejected the demand, arguing that president should not be dragged into the parliamentary debate.

Senior UML leader Madhav Kumar Nepal-led government came in power in May 23 at the backing of 22 of the 24 political parties in the country.

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