LALITPUR: CPN-UML senior leader Madhav Kumar Nepal has said the latest progress on the peace process has created trustworthy environment for the promulgation of new constitution.
Inaugurating the 8th general convention of Nepal Intellectuals' Council, Lalitpur chapter here on Saturday, leader Nepal said the making of new constitution would come true as the army integration, which had remained as an obstacle to constitution-framing, has come to rallying point.
The political parties are holding parleys to explore a meeting point on the contentious issues of the constitution making, he said, claiming that it would get settled within a couple of days.
In another note, former Prime Minister Nepal said the system electing Prime Minister directly through people's vote would be the best form of governance in Nepal.
Speaking on the occasion, CPN-UML politburo member Raghuji Panta, political analyst Mumaram Khanal, advocate Chandrakanta Gyawali, Tikaram Bhattarai, among others, shed light on the contemporary situation of framing new constitution.
At the programme, senior communist leaders Siddi Lal Singh and Sneha Lata Shrestha were felicitated for their special contribution to the communist movement of Nepal.