President Dr Ram Baran Yadav has urged all political parties to end the current deadlock at the earliest, adding that the increase in rift among the political parties at this critical juncture would be detrimental to the well-being of the country.
During a meeting with top leaders of Nepali Congress - President Sushil Koirala, senior leader Sher Bahadur Deuba and Vice-President Ram Chandra Paudel - at Shital Niwas, the President's Office, today morning, President Yadav said that bringing budget, special laws and carrying out other important activities of the government through ordinance will only send a wrong signal.
"So the political parties should form new national government after forging consensus among themselves at the earliest," he said. At the meeting, the senior NC leaders had urged also the President to take appropriate initiative to end the political stalemate that exists in the country.
In response, President said that he is bound by the constitution not to directly interfere in the country's politics or breach the constitutional provisions, but will continue to play the role of a facilitator to bail the country out of the political impasse. nepalnews.com