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KATHMANDU, Jan 28: A meeting between the Nepali Congress, CPN-UML and UCPN (Maoist) held at the Peace Fund Secretariat, Babarmahal ended this evening.

The three major parties decided that the second Constituent Assembly will reiterate the historic declarations made by the first meeting of the previous CA, including adopting the federal democratic republican system.

According to leaders, leaders of the major parties also held talks on power-sharing while forming a consensus government. The meeting between the three parties comes two days after President Dr Ram Baran Yadav called to political parties to form a new government through consensus.
 
During an all-party meeting this afternoon the NC formally proposed the political parties represented in the Constituent Assembly (CA) to form a consensus government under its leadership . The largest party in the CA, NC has expedited talks to form a consensus government under its leadership.

 
Published on 2014-01-28 18:46:46
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