Monarchy Can Be Abolished in Nepal, Constitutionally!

The Lead: Now parliament can remove the monarchy by a two third majority if it finds the 240 year old feudal institution meddling with the election of constitution assembly election. The parliament yesterday passed a bill that has amended the constitution and added the new provision on monarchy. The Maoist has been demanding that theContinue reading “Monarchy Can Be Abolished in Nepal, Constitutionally!”

Campaign For Democratic Republic Nepal Continues

Human Rights and Peace Society of Nepal organized a program in Jorpati, Kathmandu as part of the organization’s nationwide campaign for democratic republic. In 2006’s April Revolution that began today (or tomorrow by Nepali date), Jorpati had seen some of the intense demonstrations against the despotic royalist regime. Jhyamma..Jhyamma Ganatantra: In the democratic republic tuneContinue reading “Campaign For Democratic Republic Nepal Continues”

Remembering the April Revolution of Nepal

Exactly a year ago today yet another round of movement against king Gyanendra’s regression and coup had started, and fortunately, that turned out to be the final and decisive. Tired of not getting as much public support as they would have like to have, political parties had announced another phase of movement against regression fromContinue reading “Remembering the April Revolution of Nepal”

Spring Thunder in Nepal: Glorious but Inconclusive

By Govinda Neupane An Analysis. UWB received this article in email. The so-called national consensus on holding the election of the constituent assembly may not necessarily provide synergy only for forward movement. The situation is fluid and complex and it is natural that the Maoists will maintain their army and even they may expand andContinue reading “Spring Thunder in Nepal: Glorious but Inconclusive”

King Renounces, All Eyes on SPA

By Deepak Adhikari Midnight Celebrations: People in Anamnagar after the address Pic by Bijay Kumar Son When at the middle of the night, people started sloganeering in Ghattekulo area, I awoke, thinking that it was just another protest for democracy. But, lo and behold, it was a celebration of people’s power; they were enthralled byContinue reading “King Renounces, All Eyes on SPA”

People's Power

Addressing the nation on Monday night (24 April), King Gyanendra reinstated the House of Representative and called the Seven Party Alliance ‘to bear the responsibility of taking the nation on the path to national unity and prosperity, while ensuring permanent peace and safeguarding multiparty democracy’. The session of the parliament is called on April 28,Continue reading “People's Power”