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Opposition alliance has habit of derailing constitution: Prachanda

23 October 2022  

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KATHMANDU: CPN Maoist Center Chairman Pushpa Kamal Dahal ‘Prachanda’ has said that the opposition alliance comprising CPN UML and other parties had a habit of derailing the constitution in one way or the other.

Stating that another alliance has also come into being in the country at present, he said, “This latest alliance has this culture, goal and tradition of derailing the constitution in one way or the other, reversing the republic and weakening the federalism.”

Addressing a joint province-level party gathering organized by the alliance at Dhangadhi today, he reiterated that the ruling alliance was formed to safeguard the constitution, democracy and changes achieved so far and drive the country on the path to development and prosperity.

He clarified the ruling alliance was formed in a specific situation through a big struggle.

The Maoist Centre chair said that although important political changes have been made in the nation since 2007 BS, a sense of despondency has increased among the people over the years and the change begins to peter out due to the failure to carry out accompanying works for economic change and establishment of good governance.

“The political change can be made sustainable by pushing ahead the economic development and prosperity campaign once the ruling coalition became victorious in the elections,” he reiterated.

Publish Date : 23 October 2022 21:50 PM

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