CA Chair stresses on environment for talks among parties

KATHMANDU, March 17: Constituent Assembly (CA) Chairperson Subas Nembang has noted the urgency of enabling environment for dialogue among the political parties.

At a programme organised by Ministry of Law, Justice and Parliamentary Affairs here Monday to release a hand book on international humanitarian law, he said the political parties should responsively act to materialize constitution promulgation through CA for it has no alternative.

Stating that the CA process was deliberately stalled for indefinite period to facilitate consensus among the parties, Nembang expressed worry over the announcement of struggle shunning the path of dialogue for consensus.
He further said the handbook on humanitarian laws would be useful for the targeted group of parliamentarians and civilian authorities.
Minister for Law, Justice and Parliamentary Affairs Narahari Acharya said the government has placed due priority to the protection of humanitarian laws and is making efforts to manage the laws.
The Minister informed that the parliament has formed Truth and Reconciliation Commission and Commission on Enforced Disappearance to cure wounds caused by a decade long civil unrest.
Ministry Secretary Bhesh Raj Sharma said the public hand book would help hold stakeholders to account in respecting human rights laws.