KATHMANDU: The leaders of the ruling coalition, CPN-UML and CPN Maoist Centre, and Federal Socialist Forum-Nepal (FSF-N) will meet today at Singha Durbar to further discuss pact on amendment to the Constitution.
A written agreement with the left alliance, according to FSF-N, will ensure the party's participation in the government.
Earlier, there were reports doing rounds about the left alliance's unwillingness to sign anything in written about the deal on constitution amendment. Refuting the reports, FSF-N Chair Upendra Yadav's press coordinator Mahesh Chaurasiya said that the leaders of both parties have been persistently discussing the issue and such matters cannot be resolved within a few days' time.
"The leaders of the left alliance and FSF-N will sit down for another round of talks today at Singha Durbar and discuss amendment, the power sharing, among other issues that are yet to be finalised," Chaurasiya added.
Should FSF-N join the government, the ruling coalition will be guaranteed a two-thirds majority in the Federal Parliament.