Do we need an Interim Constitution? Why do we need it? Can’t we move to Constituent Assembly without Interim Constitution? Is there any justification for the Interim Constitution?
By Surendra Bhandari
Lawyer, in Japan
In one or other ways, all of us should be thinking on these issues. I happened to think on these issues when one of the participants on UWB observed to my opinion that government is empowered by the people’s movement II and therefore capable to take any decision on political grounds and such political decisions are immune from any judicial test in the language of some of the political leaders and lawyers in the country. In my opinion these are completely wrong ideas and unhelpful for democratic transition in the country. Continue reading Does Nepal Need An Interim Constitution?