Ready to make sacrifices for stability: Nembang
Nov 7, 2014-
A group of Constitution Assembly (CA) members have expressed their commitment to be united for the peace process of Nepal.
During the inaugural assembly of Parliamentary Peace Council (PPC) in Kathmandu on Friday, the lawmakers said they would adopt freedom, justice, equality and unity. Inaugurating the programme, CA chairman Subas Nembang requested the lawmakers to maintain unity saying that, without peace, stability and development of the country would be impossible.
Nembang expressed his readiness to make any sacrifices for the sake of peace and stability in country.
The Bharatiya Janta Party (BJP) leader Udit Raj, who was present in the programme, said Nepal’s peace process is an example for the world. He expressed his hopes that Nepal’s democracy would be institutionalised after the completion of constitution drafting.
Other speakers, during the inaugural assembly were, Professor Robert S. Kittel of University of Bridgeport (UB), USA, Chairman of UPF Asia Chong Sik Yong, CPN-UML lawmaker Rabindra Adhikari, UCPN (Maoist) lawmaker Haribol Gajurel, Nepali Congress lawmaker Dhanraj Gurung.
According to Chairman and lawmaker Ek Nath Dhakal of Nepal Pariwar Dal, who brought the concept of PPC, there are 47 lawmakers from all the political parties in the PPC.
Published: 07-11-2014 19:51
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