Print Edition - 2015-02-10 | Nation
‘Parties still have time for accord’
Feb 9, 2015-
Chairman of Constituent Assembly (CA) Subas Nembang said on Monday that the parties still have time to forge consensus on contentious issues of new constitution.
The chief of constitution drafting body said that accomplishment of task by Questionnaire Committee has paved the way for the parties to sit for negotiations. He said it would be better for the parties if they forge consensus on contents of the new constitution before Thursday’s CA meeting.
Nembang, however, said that the constitution drafting process will not be stopped if the parties fail to forge consensus on the disputed issues. The preparations of questions have
laid out the foundation of the drafting process, Nembang said.
“Parties have no alternatives to consensus and CA is an appropriate place for forging consensus.” (PR)
Published: 10-02-2015 07:00