KATHMANDU: Minister for Peace Top Bahadur Rayamajhi said the Nepali Congress and the CPN-UML had no programmes what they do after forming a new government. Until they come up with concrete agenda to give political outlet to the country, the government won't step down, he stressed.
At a programme organised by Constitutional Centre for Development of Youth in the capital on Sunday, Minister Rayamajhi, however, said his party was ready to step down once the consensus was built on the issues to give way out to current crisis.
Former speaker Daman Dath Dhungana said the dissolution of the Constituent Assembly has served the interest of those who are reluctant to bring constitution.
Similarly, he said the President cannot sack government nor appoint new prime minister.
He further said announcement of election by the Prime Minister was the evidence that even the communist party believes in democracy.