Foreign Minister accuses UML for exaggerating constitution amendment bill
Chitwan, Dec 14: Minister for Foreign Affairs Dr Prakash Sharan Mahat has blamed the major opposition CPN-UML for exaggerating the constitution amendment bill by capitalizing on the internal political affairs for the party’s interest.
Talking to media persons in Chitwan today, Minister Mahat clarified that his party -Nepali Congress (NC) had endorsed the Bill despite some disapproval in the some issues just to give an outlet to the country.
Mahat explained, “The constitution amendment bill was forwarded to address the demands of Madhes.”
Stating that the implementation of the constitution was a major challenge of the hour, the Minister mentioned that revising the national statute was intended to bring all the political parties on board.
He admitted that although deliberations were held in principle among the NC office bearers and central committee for the revision of new national statute, they did not dwell on it point-wise.
On a different note, Minister Mahat argued that although India is said to have shown excessive interest in the internal affairs of Nepal, the international communities, including European Union, the USA,UN among others, had also expressed their interest and voiced their concern over Nepal.
Saying the government would hold election even if in the old structure to implement the constitution, he said that it would forge consensus among political parties and representatives elected in the local bodies would help in delineation.
When it comes to the implementation of the trade agreement inked with China during the previous government, Minister assured that the incumbent government was effortful to implement bring the agreements. RSS
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