HIMALAYAN NEWS SERVICE
KATHMANDU: A meeting of 11 parties, including CPN-Maoist and Madhesi Janaadhikar Forum-Nepal, today claimed that they would oppose the decision of the ‘four-party syndicate’.
“Who gave the four-party syndicate the authority to amend constitution?” wondered Upendra Yadav, chairman of MJF-N, following the meeting of the 11 parties at the CPN-M headquarters in Buddhanagar.
CPN-M Chairman Mohan Baidhya said they would never accept the decisions of the ‘four-party syndicate’ taken by ignoring other parties. “Any decision of national importance must be taken through national consensus, including all the parties and sections of the society,” he said.
Yadav said the parties, who led the nation towards multiple crises, have been portraying their decision as national consensus. “There are several other parties as well. For national consensus there must be an agreement at a broader level,” he said.
Chairman of Nepal Nagarik Party Rajkumar Lekhi also said they would never accept the decision of the parties who had proved to be a failure. The meeting was also attended by RPP-Nepal and RJP.