12 Point Agreement Meaning

Satchit Shumsher Rana, former chief of staff of the Royal Nepalese Army and a member of the Standing Committee of Raj Parishad, said the parties should be considered complicit in terrorism for forming an alliance with terrorists and should be treated in accordance with the law of the country. The agreement between the terrorists and the parties could be the result of their meeting in Delhi, but it would not lead to a successful outcome. People were discouraged to see the points of the agreements in which the terrorists imposed themselves against the parties. There was no discussion of arms management, ceasefires or any other issue that would make people`s lives easier. The unholy alliance between the two groups – one was rejected by the people, while the other chose to live in the jungle, focused only on the politics of power. The king would go for a constituent assembly, if the people demanded it, not at the call of a section or a group. He accused the parties of not leaving the king on the democratic track and said that it was the parties that accepted the king`s repeated calls to join the government. The parties called the king an autocratician. If the king were to make an autocratic remedy, he would not have declared the elections. [11] 2. The seven-member alliance, engaged in the movement against regression, is fully engaged in the fact that sovereignty and state power could be fully transferred to the people, and the conflict could be put to an end by the establishment of an absolute democracy in the country by holding elections for a constituent assembly on the basis of talks and agreement with the Maoists and they are also determined to restore Parliament by the popular power movement. then form an all-party government on the basis of its decision.

The CPN (Maoist) has the faith and commitment to achieve the goal of organizing a national political convention of all democratic forces participating in the movement against hindsight and to form a transitional government on the basis of its decision, and then to go to a Constituent Assembly. We all agree that the Alliance of Seven and the CPN (Maoist) will continue the dialogue in order to reach consensus on procedural issues. There is an understanding among us that the power of the popular movement is the only alternative to achieve this goal. In its official response to the 12-point agreement between the seven parties and the Maoists, the government rejected the call for a constituent assembly, but insisted on holding municipal elections in February 2006. In a statement to the press on Thursday, 24 November 2005, the then Minister of Information and Communications and government spokesman Tanka Dhakal said that the government was in the process of restoring peace in the country.

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