A circular issued to the members of the Non Resident Nepalis Association (NRNA) in Australia stated that it's time for the NRNs to act proactively not to let the country turn into a failed state.
The circular said a key factor behind the sorry state of affairs back home is the failure of the past governments to ensure rule of law and that Nepal is currently seeing growing impunity due to increasing political interference in bureaucratic and judicial functioning, lack of accountability and transparency.
A group formed to work on the issue has proposed ending all such interferences, making bureaucracy accountable for their decisions and actions, forming a consensus government at the earliest possible and writing constitution on time.
The group said its proposal will be tabled before the International Coordination Committee of the NRNA for further discussion and formation of a civil society group to stop Nepal from being a failed state. nepalnews.com