KATHMANDU: Chairman of the Rastriya Prajatantra Party-Nepal (RPP-N) has welcomed the government’s decision to hold fresh Constituent Assembly elections but at the same time expressed strong disapproval of the top political actors’ lust for power, for the demise of the CA.
CA’s four-year term expired on Sunday automatically after it failed to promulgate the new constitution in the stipulated time.
“RPP-N deplores the grave crimes of the parties, who obligated the historic CA to die,” said RPP-N Chairman Kamal Thapa at a press meet organized at Baluwatar by the RPP- Nepal Central Office on Monday.
However, welcoming the government’s decision to hold fresh CA elections on November 22, Thapa called for impartial polls.
On the occasion, Thapa also said that the moral base and legality of the incumbent Baburam government has come to an end.
Thapa was of the view that a greater political consensus should be made between constitutional and political forces as a situation of constitutional vacuum has emerged.