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Asian Tribune is published by World Institute For Asian Studies|Powered by WIAS Vol. 12 No. 2041

Maoist card to seven party alliance: parallel government

[b]Maoist card to seven party alliance: parallel government and parallel army[/b]

Raghu Bir Bista , Lecturer, Department of Economics, Tribhuvan University

Forward-looking Political activism of Maoist with clear political vision and goal in Kathmandu through daily newspaper that can be learned as proposal to Seven Party Alliance is parallel government and parallel army immediately after the interview of Comrade Prachanda, Chiarman of Maoist Party. On the interview, perspectives of different categorical people and political parties are naturally inconsistently different.

Those people who loves peace find it as hopes that Maoist are willing to come safe landing for peace deal in their conditions: Interim government, round table conference and constitutional assembly. They have pleaded about it. Seven Party Alliance are also suspiciously hopeful. The government couldn’t find it except inconsistencies, contradiction and shrine of new level of conflicts as well as like American Government’s official statement of Washington. Thus, the interview has been highly side effect dose of medicines.

Action is for reaction. Whatever reactionary comments on the different interview for different newspapers and electronic medias by Prachanda, Maoist has forwarded nice listen able proposal, parallel government and parallel army to Seven Party Alliances in the new context created by the verdict of Supreme Court of Nepal on a case of Royal Commission and former Prime minister Sher Bahadur Deuba and former Minister Prakash Man Singh that is sovereignty of Nepal in the people, misuse of 127 article of Nepal Constitution 1990 and scrap to Royal Commission. There are curiosities, what will happen and will Seven Party Alliances response it.

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