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Oppn Calls For Dialogue Through ‘show Of Strength’
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Stop majority process or face consequence: Dahal
KATHMANDU, March 1:
The 30-party alliance led by the UCPN-Maoist organized a mass gathering in the capital Friday with thousands of leaders and cadres accumulating here from various parts of the country.

Addressing the gathering held at the open theatre, alliance coordinator and UCPN-Maoist Chairman Pushpa Kamal Dahal warned that the ruling parties would have to bear ´serious consequences´ if the process of consensus was not initiated through a dialogue.
Parties Failed In Mission: Former Chair Regmi
MyREPUBLICA
RUPANDEHI, Feb 28: Former Chairman of Council of Ministers Khilaraj Regmi has said the political parties had fallen short of the constitution-drafting although the country had witnessed successful completion of the second Constituent Assembly (CA) election.

Opening the national conference of Nepal Tractors´ Federation at Mangalapur, Rupandehi Saturday, Regmi argued that political parties failed in their mission as they missed the deadline for drafting the new constitution. It is really sad to see that the political parties, who were not barred by anything for forging an agreement on political appointments, had failed to reach to a consensus regarding the constitution-drafting.
Solution Through Dialogue: PM Koirala
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KATHMANDU, March 1: Prime Minister Sushil Koirala on Saturday said that constitution making and all other political problems racking the country would be resolved through dialogue.

PM Koirala made the statement after inaugurating the ´BP´s Historic Photo Exhibition Journey´ at his official residence in Baluwatar being organized Antaral Samuha based in Nepalgunj.
30-party Alliance Holds Mass Meet At Khulamanch
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KATHAMNDU, Feb 28: The 30-party alliance organised a mass meeting at the open air theater Tundikhel Saturday. Security at the event venue was tightened to avoid any untoward incidents and following the presence of UCPN (Maoist) Chairman and mass meeting coordinator Puspa Kamal Dahal there and other leaders from the alliance there.

A large number of people including cadres of the 30 parties associated with the alliance thronged the site to attend the mass meeting and listen to political leaders including Dahal who delivered the key speech on the occasion. The event kicked off with the playing of national anthem and cultural demonstrations. Journalists were given front line seats followed by cadres of 30 parties in the gathering.
Make Trustworthy Environment For Dialogue : Prachanda
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KATHMANDU, Feb 28 : UCPN-Maoist Chairman Pushpa Kamal Dahal has urged the ruling parties to make the consensual environment for the enactment of the new constitution.

Addressing a mass gathering of the 30-party led alliance at Khulamancha on Saturday, Dahal said that his party-led alliance was always ready to come to the negotiating table if the ruling parties come to the point of implementing past agreements reached between the political parties for new constitution.
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