Acharya flays interim statute draft

Dhading, September 3 :

Senior political analyst Nilambar Acharya today said the draft of the interim constitution, made public by the Interim Constitution Drafting Committee, was not an interim constitution but a “document of disagreement.”

Speaking at a press conference organised by the Press Chautari, Dhading, Acharya said, “The

recently presented draft of an interim constitution is not an interim constitution but a document of disagreement.”

The draft has identified the disagreements and has further widened the gap between the political parties, said Acharya.

“An agreement between the seven-party alliance and the Maoists is a must to resolve major problems and there is a need to reach an agreement on the fundamental mechanism to end the war and insure political culture in the country,” said Acharya.