Yet another victory for elections. But talks are not for all. Force should also be considered.
After satisfying the demands of Madhesi Janaadhikar Forum (MPRF), the government has struck a deal with another agitating faction in the plains that’s opposed to MPRF. Government of Nepal and the agitating Chure Bhawar Ekta Samaj Nepal (CBES-N) reached a nine-point agreement today evening. Chure Samaj has announced that it has withdrawn all of its protest programmes. With this agreement, yet another obstruction to the election of the Constituent Assembly has vanished from the road to the democratic exercise. This agreement come on the day when security agencies stated that no other organizations than the Maoist Youth Communist League are posing security threats in the mid-western region of the country. (At the regional level conference on security arrangement for the CA elections held in Nepalgunj today, they said that except for the activities of the Maoist-aligned Young Communist League (YCL), a political vacuum pervades the countryside.) Today is also the day when Maoists suspended their so called “roundtable conference” citing “lack of homework” on their part. The reality is that organizations that were supposed to take part in the “conference” pulled out at the eleventh hour blaming the Maoists that they were not serious to the issues. Continue reading Another Victory to CA Elections: Chure Bhawar Solved