BHAKTAPUR, Aug 2: Spokesperson for CPN-Maoist Pampha Bhusal on Thursday ruled out the formation of a national consensus government led by Nepali Congress (NC) or CPN-UML, saying that such is not possible under the five point agreement or any other past accords.
Speaking at an interaction organized by the Rafat Sanchar Club here in the district, Bhusal argued that a national consensus government cannot be formed by the political parties which have failed in the past on their mission of peace and constitution but it should rather be formed by reaching an agreement holding a round table conference.
Bhusal maintained that CPN-Maoist has long been representing the proletariat in the society and added that her party is ready to lead the future consensus government.
Underlining that national consensus government sans political outlet is impossible, she accused the incumbent government led by UCPN (Maoist) and its ally United Democratic Madhesi Front, of trying to prolong their stay in power.
Bhusal also criticized the main opposition parties NC and UML for ´being power hungry´ and described their ´power lust´ to be a reason behind the failure to give the country a political outlet.
She also slammed Prime Minister Baburam Bhattarai for trying to run the country through ordinances and pushing the country towards further uncertainty.