MYAGDI: Despite the opponent political parties have been denying the option to revive the dissolved CA, one of the senior leader of the Nepal’s Maoist party has once again said that the party would engage in parleys for the resurrection of the CA if election was not held by June.
UCPN (Maoist) leader Amik Shrechan said political consensus should be forged within a week to hold the elections by June and the fresh date should be fixed on the basis of consensus among the parties.
However, the opposition political parties have decided to take to the streets to topple the Bhattarai-led government ruling out any kind of political consensus until this government remains in power.
Political consensus was elusive due to opponent parties’ politics of prohibition, Shrechan said at the press meet organized by the Revolutionary Journalists’ Association in Myagdi today.
He also reiterated the Maoist’s stance of promulgating the new constitution by incorporating the agreed issues in the dissolved constitute assembly.