Mohan Baidya-led CPN-Maoist, the ultra-left faction that broke from the United CPN Maoist, wants us to boycott the second Constituent Assembly polls slated for 19 November 2013. Personally I don't agree with their call though I respect their right to not to take part in the electoral process. However, as an eager voter, I am against anyone who wants to disrupt elections. 12 Aug '13.

By a disgruntled graffiti artist?

Mohan Baidya-led CPN-Maoist, the ultra-left faction that broke from the United CPN Maoist, wants us to boycott the second Constituent Assembly polls slated for 19 November 2013. Personally I don't agree with their call though I respect their right to not to take part in the electoral process. However, as an eager voter, I am against anyone who wants to disrupt elections. 12 Aug '13.
Mohan Baidya-led CPN-Maoist, the ultra-left faction that split from the United CPN Maoist, wants us to boycott the second Constituent Assembly polls slated for 19 November 2013. Personally I don’t agree with their call though I respect their right to not to take part in the electoral process. However, as an eager voter, I am against anyone who wants to disrupt elections. 12 Aug ’13.

2 thoughts on “By a disgruntled graffiti artist?

  1. Its only person view to express over dissatisfaction by painting on wall. However, others may have different opinion. So, its not necessary to make issues for someones unwillingness to participate on election.Its their way to release their emotion.In-fact It is sign that upcoming government should take the responsibility for healing their emotions. Focusing on only on physical aspects and neglecting these suffering, pain becomes a great headache for country as a whole….

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    While the CPN-Maoist continues to engage in talks with the government and the alliance of parties that dictate the government, they have already started publicity campaign to boycott the elections scheduled for 19th November. We present here photos and this update:
    KATHMANDU, AUG 13 – The dialogue held between the government and the poll-opposing 33-party alliance ended inconclusively here in the Capital on Tuesday. The meeting ended without forging any agreement with the agitating political parties, including the CPN-Maoist, after the alliance proposed the government to defer the Constituent Assembly polls slated for November 19.

    This was the first official meeting between the government and the 33-party alliance which has been opposing the CA polls. During the meeting held at Hotel Himalaya in Lalitpur today, the 33-party alliance forwarded an 18-point charter of demands including the abrogation of 25-point presidential decree issued on March 14, dismissal of the current Khil Raj Regmi-led government and postponement of the CA polls slated for November 19.

    Home Minister Madhav Prasad Ghimire, Minister for Information and Communications Madhav Prasad Poudel and Health Minister Bidhyadhar Mallik represented the government side at the meeting.

    Likewise, CPN-Maoist leaders Dev Gurung, Hari Bhakta Kandel, and Chairman of the Nepal Communist Party-Revolutionary Mani Thapa, among other leaders, represented the agitating 33-party alliance . CPN-Maoist Chairman Mohan Baidya was, however, not present at the meeting.

    The alliance has also proposed to scrap the ongoing election preparations and start a new process of government formation and election process. “They proposed to start afresh by forging consensus on a party-led government and a new election process,” said government spokesperson Madhav Poudel. “We told them that the government is ready to hold talks on every other issue expect the deferral of slated CA polls,” he added.

    Minister Poudel said that the government was not in favour of deferring the November 19 CA polls. He added that the next round of talks with the 33-party alliance will take place in a day or two. (source: ekantipur)

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