RPP for directly elected head of executive
KATHMANDU: The Rastriya Prajatantra Party has expressed its support for a directly elected Prime Minister and restoration of constitutional monarchy in the country.
The party spokesperson Bhuwan Pathak shared that the party's election manifesto that promises to mark Paush 27 (birth day of Prithi Narayan Shah) as the national unification day and restore Hindu state.
The manifesto further states to develop a democratic system that fits with national originality.
Similarly, the manifesto has promised to run various developmental projects including Kathmandu-Tarai fast track and Mechi-Kali bullet train.
The party has picked up five candidates to the election of House of Representatives and 20 for the State Assemblies by forging an election tie-up with the democratic alliance.